It's time for Part 2 of my Disney So-Cal ticket adventure!!
Disney California Adventure Park is Disney-more-tailored-for-adults-because-you-can-buy-alcohol-and-drink-it-in-the-park. I didn't actually drink alcohol at the park, but it's nice to have options.
In between my trips to the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, I passed the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail. This probably isn't new, but it's the first time I noticed it existed. It was tailored for little kids, but I went in anyway.
There's a netted area in the center of the trail, which was really fun to walk on (and not as easy as you would think).
I may have gotten passed up by some small children, but they were wearing shoes and I only had flip flops on. I didn't want my feet to fall through the net…
I didn't neon it up like I did on Ticket Day 1; outfit details are below if you're interested.
:-: Cami: Topshop
:-: Shorts: Zara
:-: The most comfortable flip flops EVER (they make my feet so happy!): Sanuk
:-: Belt Bag (yes, it's a glorified fanny pack. and i love it.): Gucci
:-: Aviator Sunglasses (a good fit if you have a smaller framed face): Ted Baker
Thanks for reading!