I don't really smell lift hills, but the BKF station at SFO definately has the best smell for a station. I can't describe it, but it faded some as the season went on (maybe some kind of wood or something they used). Anywho that smell pry won't be around this season. --------- "God gave me a wake up call," RelientK-"Wake Up Call"
I agree with the first one. Ghostrider all the way! I have only been there once, but will never forget that smell. For those who don't know, Ghostrider's lift is right next to Mrs. Knott's famous chicken diner restaurant. (What's the real name of that place?)
On a side note: I smelled that on Ghostrider, and it enticed me to eat there. I never ate so much in my life! Between the boysenberry jelly, pie, juice, and all that other boysenberry stuff, I thought I'd be peeing purple for a week!
The one and only time I've been to Hershey, this September, it didn't smell. Can you smell chocolate from the coasters sometime? -Peabody
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I would have to say Ghostrider. If only the lift was slower. I am drewling over here just thinking about that smell. Nice topic by the way. What's next? Best Tasting Lift Hill. The Lift Hill that is less filling but will never let you down.
For me is was the Legend. Opening weeked the fresh smell of wood filled the air. Flying through the tunnels at top speed with the sweet smell of fresh wood was great. I guess the same can be said of any new woody.