We all know what it’s like to plan a trip to Disneyland. You map your route through the park, which rides to get fast-passes for, and which rides to exploit the most due to short lines. It’s an entire process to visit just one park. But one avid Disneygoer has gone above and beyond to fully enjoy the Disney experience. Nathan Firesheets achieved theme park fame by visiting ALL TWELVE DISNEY PARKS. Over 12 days.
On March 8th, Firesheets announced his journey, coined The Global Disney Ride Challenge, documenting his trip on Twitter. The challenge was to ride every single ride in every single park, across the world. He started in Disneyland Paris, and proceeded to travel to all 12 international parks, ending his two-week challenge in Walt Disney World‘s Magic Kingdom in Florida.
It takes a committed person to ride every single ride in every single park, each on a different day. That may sound simple on paper, but that’s roughly 216 rides. Considering Firesheets then had to fly to his next park in order to experience it that day. That takes commitment, for sure. Not to mention a decently-sized wallet. The parks certainly aren’t cheap.
According to KTLA, Firesheets wasn’t willing to disclose how much this challenge cost him, either. He *did* say it touring every park on his own cost a fraction of what Disney charges for their own luxury private jet tours of the same nature. But Firesheets is a Disneyphile for sure. Huntington Beach resident visited the Anaheim parks every day for eight years until Disneyland shut down due to Covid.
We think it’s safe to say, he would have continued to do so if he’d been permitted. Check out his 12 day Disney Global Ride Challenge below: