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New York Minute, one of the new tracks in Mario Kart Tour

Complete list of all Mario Kart Tour tracks (2023)

Courses have up to four unique variations

With hundreds of playable characters and ever-changing content blocks known as tours, the mobile game Mario Kart Tour diverts from the traditional formula of Mario Kart games in many ways. The same can be said of the playable race tracks in Mario Kart Tour.

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Like other Mario Kart games, this one has a mix of new and returning courses. However, this game stands out by adding a number of special variants for its courses. Here’s a complete list of all of the Mario Kart Tour tracks as of the Winter Tour (2023).

New tracks in Mario Kart Tour

Daisy and Luigi race on one of the Bangkok rush stages
Daisy (Thai Dress), Luigi (Vacation) and Mario (Hakama) drive on a new track during the Winter Tour (2023). | Provided by YouTube via Nintendo Mobile

With every new tour, the developers introduce additional race tracks into Mario Kart Tour. There are more than 100 courses in total, although several of them take place in the same environment. Many of the new tracks are based on real-world locations.

Here are all of the city courses that draw their inspiration from the real world:

  • New York Minute
  • New York Minute 2
  • New York Minute 3
  • New York Minute 4
  • Tokyo Blur
  • Tokyo Blur 2
  • Tokyo Blur 3
  • Tokyo Blur 4
  • Paris Promenade
  • Paris Promenade 2
  • Paris Promenade 3
  • London Loop
  • London Loop 2
  • London Loop 3
  • Vancouver Velocity
  • Vancouver Velocity 2
  • Vancouver Velocity 3
  • Los Angeles Laps
  • Los Angeles Laps 2
  • Los Angeles Laps 3
  • Berlin Byways
  • Berlin Byways 2
  • Berlin Byways 3
  • Sydney Sprint
  • Sydney Sprint 2
  • Sydney Sprint 3
  • Singapore Speedway
  • Singapore Speedway 2
  • Singapore Speedway 3
  • Amsterdam Drift
  • Amsterdam Drift 2
  • Amsterdam Drift 3
  • Bangkok Rush
  • Bangkok Rush 2
  • Bangkok Rush 3

Mario Kart Tour also introduced a handful of remix courses, which share elements with old-school tracks but have their own unique layouts and stage hazards. Here’s an overview of the new remix courses:

  • RMX Mario Circuit 1
  • RMX Choco Island 1
  • RMX Choco Island 2
  • RMX Rainbow Road 1
  • RMX Rainbow Road 2
  • RMX Vanilla Lake 1
  • RMX Ghost Valley 1
  • RMX Bowser’s Castle 1
  • RMX Donut Plains 1

Finally, there are a handful of completely original courses in Mario Kart Tour that are not city courses. These include Ninja Highway and Merry Mountain. Sky-High Sundae is also labeled as a new track, although it technically debuted in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe shortly before it made its way to Mario Kart Tour. Meanwhile, there is only a single new battle course in the game: New York Minute B.

Returning Mario Kart courses

Mario and Luigi on Sky Garden, one of the returning tracks in Mario Kart Tour
Builder Mario and Builder Luigi race on Sky Garden. | Provided by YouTube via Nintendo Mobile

Meanwhile, like traditional Mario Kart games, Mario Kart Tour features several returning tracks from past games. In fact, more than half of the courses in this game originated in a previous Mario Kart title.

Notably, new and returning tracks alike can have up to three different variants alongside their standard versions. As a result, the total number of unique track layouts in the game is actually closer to 400.

All courses have a Reverse variation, where racers must drive around the track backward. They also have a Trick variation, which adds new obstacles like ramps and Kanaami Roads to each map. Finally, there are Reverse/Trick variations which add together the elements of the above two variations.

Here are all of the returning tracks in Mario Kart Tour:

  • SNES
    • Mario Circuit 1
    • Mario Circuit 2
    • Mario Circuit 3
    • Donut Plains 1
    • Donut Plains 2
    • Donut Plains 3
    • Ghost Valley 1
    • Ghost Valley 2
    • Choco Island 1
    • Choco Island 2
    • Vanilla Lake 1
    • Vanilla Lake 2
    • Koopa Troopa Beach 2
    • Rainbow Road
  • N64
    • Luigi Raceway
    • Koopa Troopa Beach
    • Kalimari Desert
    • Kalimari Desert 2
    • Frappe Snowland
    • Choco Mountain
    • Royal Raceway
    • Yoshi Valley
  • GBA
    • Riverside Park
    • Bowser’s Castle 1
    • Bowser’s Castle 2
    • Bowser’s Castle 3
    • Boo Lake
    • Sky Garden
    • Cheep-Cheep Island
    • Sunset Wilds
    • Snow Land
  • GCN
    • Baby Park
    • Daisy Cruiser
    • Yoshi Circuit
    • DK Mountain
    • Dino Dino Jungle
  • DS
    • Luigi’s Mansion
    • Waluigi Pinball
    • DK Pass
    • Airship Fortress
    • Peach Gardens
  • Wii
    • Mushroom Gorge
    • Coconut Mall
    • DK Summit
    • Koopa Cape
    • Maple Treeway
    • Rainbow Road
  • 3DS
    • Toad Circuit
    • Daisy Hills
    • Cheep Cheep Lagoon
    • Shy Guy Bazaar
    • Mario Circuit
    • Rock Rock Mountain
    • Piranha Plant Slide
    • Wario Shipyard
    • Neo Bowser City
    • Rosalina’s Ice World
    • Bowser’s Castle
    • Rainbow Road

As far as battle courses go, there are a couple more returning tracks than there are new. When playing in battle mode, players can take on their opponents at GBA Battle Course 1, CGN Cookie Land, or DS Twilight House.

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