Mushroom Peaks

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Mushroom Peaks
Creator: MrBean35000vr, Chadderz
Designer: MrBean35000vr
Version: RC5
Date of latest version: 2012-09-07
Editors used: Paint, SZS Modifier
WBZ files:


Mushroom Peaks is a custom track created by MrBean35000vr and Chadderz. Despite its high level of popularity, this track has received high criticism in the past about its bouncy mushroom placements being too hard – however, requests for the change of their location have been rejected as it would remove much of the challenge that allowed the track to become so popular in the first place. This track would later be remade by Ferv in 2019, known as Mushroom Mountain.

Quote from the RC1 release video


RC5 VS Race
RC1 Online Race

Version History

Version Date of release Information
RC1 2009-12-22 First release
RC2 2009-12-23 Fixed KCL bugs that caused people to fall through the track.
RC3 2009-12-?? Added KCL grid to reduce Slow Motion Bug.
RC4 2010-02-28 Fixed a bug that prevented bouncy mushrooms to appear in Multiplayer mode.
RC5 2012-09-07
  • Added more objects.
  • New item routes.
  • Fixed respawn points.
RC5.ctgp 2014-01-12 Improved checkpoints.

Custom Track Distributions

This track is part of the following Custom Track Distributions:

Names in Other Languages

Dutch: Paddenstoelentoppen
French: Pics Champignon
German: Pilz-Gipfel
Italian: Vette Fungo
Japanese: キノコピークス
Korean: 버섯 봉우리
Portuguese: Picos Cogumelo
Russian: Грибные вершины
Spanish: Picos Champiñón
Greek: Μανιταροκορφές
Polish: Grzybowe Szczyty
Finnish: Sienihuiput
Swedish: Svamptopparna
Czech: Houbové Vrchy
Danish: Svamptoppene


  • Although Mushroom Peaks was the fourth released custom track, it was the first one to not be based upon another track from a previous Mario Kart game. The first three released tracks were SNES Rainbow Road, GBA Rainbow Road, and GBA Cheep-Cheep Island.
    • Of these, Mushroom Peaks was the third to be released by MrBean35000vr.
  • A Bullet Bill is a very powerful item in this track because, once a player has passed the first bouncy mushroom on the fast mushroom route, activating the Bullet Bill will take them the rest of the way – guaranteeing them a safe landing.
  • On December 31, 2009, MrBean35000vr uploaded a video of Mushroom Peaks in a live view with every observed player in the room also using the track. This made Mushroom Peaks the first Mario Kart Wii custom track to be seen in a functioning live view across the Internet.