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  • Mushroom Gorge
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  • The Staff Ghost and Expert Staff Ghost are Nin★Murak (2:16.110) and Nin★Miki (2:01.011), respectively. Both of them use Toadette.
  • Mushroom Gorge is the third course of the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart Wii and the third course of the Shell Cup in Mario Kart 7.
  • Mushroom Gorge (Known as Kinoko Canyon in Japan) is a course in Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 7. It is the third course in the Mushroom Cup and thus the third track in the entire game. It takes place in a mountainous region and, as the name implies, features plenty of towering mushrooms. In one portion of the race, racers will be allowed to bounce on them.
  • Mushroom Gorge is the third course of the Mushroom Cup from Mario Kart Wii. The course is located on a mountainous zone with Trampoline Mushrooms rising over cloudy abysses, where racers have to use some of them as platforms to pass certain gorges. Characters mainly travel the course on land. However, in the middle of the route, they enter a cave where they find an abyss full of Trampoline Mushrooms. Players can drive two different ways over these mushrooms to cross the cave. Some Goombas appear serving as obstacles on the track.
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Games
  • Mario Kart Wii
  • Mario Kart 7
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Name
  • Mushroom Gorge
App
  • Mario Kart Wii
  • Mario Kart 7
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  • Location
Caption
  • A screenshot of Mushroom Gorge with Trampoline Mushrooms.
  • An overview of the first jump in Mario Kart Wii.
  • Mushroom Gorge as it appears in Mario Kart Wii.
First
  • Mario Kart Wii
FirstApp
  • Mario Kart Wii
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  • Mario Kart 7
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  • C
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  • Mario Kart Wii
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  • Mushroom Gorge (Known as Kinoko Canyon in Japan) is a course in Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 7. It is the third course in the Mushroom Cup and thus the third track in the entire game. It takes place in a mountainous region and, as the name implies, features plenty of towering mushrooms. In one portion of the race, racers will be allowed to bounce on them. The first portion of the track makes players curve around a winding course without any guard rails. Large mushrooms can be seen beside the track. After you head over the bridge the player will go on a boost pad and then bounce across a single Mushroom. Or, the player can take a left turn, which is about the same distance. After a series of bouncy mushrooms the player will go through a cave in the mountain which features crystals and the largest set of bouncy mushrooms in the entire course. Near the finish line, there is a curve with Goombas walking side to side.
  • Mushroom Gorge is the third course of the Mushroom Cup from Mario Kart Wii. The course is located on a mountainous zone with Trampoline Mushrooms rising over cloudy abysses, where racers have to use some of them as platforms to pass certain gorges. Characters mainly travel the course on land. However, in the middle of the route, they enter a cave where they find an abyss full of Trampoline Mushrooms. Players can drive two different ways over these mushrooms to cross the cave. Some Goombas appear serving as obstacles on the track. This course reappears as a retro course in Mario Kart 7. It is the third course in Shell Cup. While the overall layout is unchanged, in the mushroom cave, two of the mushrooms on the left path have been removed and replaced with a glider segment.
  • The Staff Ghost and Expert Staff Ghost are Nin★Murak (2:16.110) and Nin★Miki (2:01.011), respectively. Both of them use Toadette.
  • Mushroom Gorge is the third course of the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart Wii and the third course of the Shell Cup in Mario Kart 7.
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