Yeti: Terror of the Yukon Announced for Halloween Horror Nights Orlando 2019

This morning, the Universal Orlando Resort announced that Yeti: Terror of the Yukon would be coming to this years Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Orlando. Travel deep into the tundra of the Yukon where loggers seek refuge from the grip of an artic blizzard. The snow and ice isn’t the most dangerous thing as in the icy darkness lurks a terrifying creature.

As guests enter a destroyed logging camp where bones and gore are splattered over the floors and walls, they spot frozen screams from those who have fled the horrendous creatures but couldn’t survive the brutal artic weather. A trail of blood leads travelers to caves that none have lived to venture in. Upon entering the caves you’ll hear screams from those who were not able to escape these creatures.

If the travelers are able to survive through the dangerous caves they will come across the remains of those who experienced the opposite fate. The travelers now find themselves in Yeti territory where the monsters will stop at nothing for a taste of their blood if they survive the dangerous artic weather.

This year at Universal Studios Orlando, fans can experience 10 different mazes and 5 terrifying scare zones during Halloween Horror Nights. The event kicks off on September 6th and will run until November 6th. If interested in purchasing tickets and experiencing Yeti: Terror of the Yukon, visit https://www.halloweenhorrornights.com !

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