Take a break from all of the thrilling waterslides at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park and experience total relaxation on an inner tube as you meander along Cross Country Creek, a 0.5-mile-long, lazy river adventure that winds around the entire water park (and through an “ice cave” that runs underneath Mount Gushmore – complete with melting icicles!). Cross Country Creek also serves as an effective method of transportation from one Blizzard Beach attraction to the next.

A complete journey around Blizzard Beach along Cross Country Creek takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes. The main entrance to Cross Country Creek lies in front of Melt Away Bay.

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