Hong Kong Disneyland started life as a striking reflection of Disneyland California, but it didn't quite have everything. Main Street, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, and Adventureland were the only lands when Asia's second Disney park opened over a decade ago. Things changed when the park expanded with three additional lands a few years later. One of them was a Western-themed area, but rather than provide another Frontierland, Hong Kong Disneyland got a place called Grizzly Gulch, an old mining down with a distinctly ursine motif. It's not quite as big as Frontierland across the other parks, but it's still quaint. And on a sunny day, it's a nice town to saunter on through!
|The entrance to Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Train.|
|Grizzly Gulch has a few storefront facades.|
|The Lucky Nugget Saloon is a quick serve here, not a dine-in entertainment venue.|
|Some geysers bubble around Grizzly Gulch.|
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