| Wario's Gold Mine
Wario's Gold Mine as it appears in Mario Kart Wii
|Series||Mario Kart series|
|First game||Mario Kart Wii|
|Soundtrack(s)|| Asuka Ohta (MKWii)|
Kenta Nagata (MK8)
Wario's Gold Mine (known as Wario Mine in Japan) is a course in Mario Kart Wii. It is the final course in the Flower Cup and thus the eighth track in the entire game. It takes place in a busy mine bustling with gold carts and fluttering bats. Players drive on a small platform surrounded by railroads, with many swerves. There is also a shaft that you can go on without any boosts, but the gold carts head to the shortcut, so only go when the coast is clear.
Mario Kart Wii
In the first parts of the racetrack, players start on a dusty road which turns right into some railroads. Shortly after that, players turn left and travel down a very steep slope, which many fall off of. Following, you must turn left onto a dusty patch of road, and then right into some more railroad. Then, drive into a cave and avoid some restless bats and drive into giant cavern. After following the steep slopes and sharp turns, don't hit any of the gold carts and move forward on a bump road. Head down a final slope, through a tunnel and into a dusty patch. Follow the remaining railroad and finish.
Mario Kart 8
In the first DLC pack for Mario Kart 8, this is one of the 8 courses included.
- Many express this road a very frustrating race because of the many unguarded turns and slopes, especially for bring only in Flower Cup. Many fall off into the abyss in their beginning of this race, though the fall-off penalties are not so great, because of this.
- Some say that the music that plays on this track is very similar to a Mario Kart 64 racetrack, Moo Moo Farm.