Maka Wuhu

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This article is about the second course based on Wuhu Island in Mario Kart 7. For information about other uses of "Wuhu", see here.
Maka Wuhu
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An overview of the Maka Wuhu course.
Information
Appearance(s) Mario Kart 7
Cup(s) it Appears in Star Cup
Based Upon Wuhu Island
Staff Ghost Ret★Reed (1:50.607)
Expert Staff Ghost Nin★Chucky (1:39.361)
Wi-Fi Available
Music
Wuhu island.ogg
Course Map
Wuhu Island 2.png

Maka Wuhu (known as Wuhu Mountain Loop in Europe and Australia) is the final race track in the Star Cup of Mario Kart 7, which takes place on Wuhu Island from Wii Sports Resort. Like Wuhu Loop, the course's music is a remix of the title screen music of Wii Sports Resort.

Description[edit]

Unlike most other courses, Maka Wuhu has no laps, but a start and end point (which are in different areas, a trait specific to this track) and is divided in three sections. The race starts at the base of the island near the bridge, and crosses the Wuhu Loop track. After some twists and turns, the track heads into the caves on the mountain. Upon emerging from the cave the track loops around the side of the mountain and pass the island's castle before continuing to ascend the mountain, dodging rolling boulders as they go. At the top of the mountain, players will then drive over a boost pad and glide down to the ocean and the finish line.

Course layout[edit]

The race begins on the beach of Maka Wuhu, where several trick ramps and dirt piles are found in the road. After this, the road forks in half until coming across a bridge, which opens to a large mud-filled turn that leads to the first checkpoint of the race. On the start of the second section, the player is led into a cave with several pits and trick ramps. After exiting the cave, the road will curve along a cliff side. After a boost panel the road turns to the right and the player will cross another bridge. At the next turn there is another trick ramp and the second checkpoint. The third section begins with a right turn on the side of a cliff. At this point, there is a straight path where rocks will fall onto the center of the narrow track. After the rock section, the road slopes downhill to a trick ramp. After another left turn, a hang gliding section begins. Once this begins the road will fork again. On the left side with a platform suspended by balloons with a boost pad, while the right side has a ramp and is located at a much lower altitude. After the hang gliding section, the player will be located on the beach again, directly behind where they began the race. After a short path with a couple sand piles the player can do tricks on, the race ends.

Shortcuts[edit]

Maka Wuhu has two shortcuts. The first one is a hidden path in the lake in front of Summerstone Castle near the end of the second section, while the second one is through Summerstone Castle.

The course also has a rather infamous glitch shortcut, activated by colliding into the walls near the water, or by jumping into the water on the right of the course, right after the second section begins, and teleporting the player to the bottom of the hill before the third section begins. This shortcut can save at least 20 seconds. As of version 1.1, the glitch has been removed from Online Multiplayer, but it still exists in the Single Player and Local Multiplayer modes. The glitch can still be accessed during Time Trials mode.

Also, the shortcut resembles the shortcut, saving loads of time.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウーフー アイランド 2
Ūfū Airando 2
Wuhu Island 2
Spanish (NOA) Monte Maka Wuhu Mount Maka Wuhu
Spanish (NOE) Montaña Wuhu Wuhu Mountain
French (NOA) Maka Wuhu Maka Wuhu
French (NOE) Pic Wuhu Wuhu Peak
Dutch Wuhu-eiland 2 Wuhu Island 2
German Wuhu-Bergland Wuhu Highlands
Italian Monte Wuhu Mount Wuhu
Portuguese Montanha Wuhu Wuhu Mountain
Russian Гора Вуху
Gora Vukhu
Mount Wuhu
Korean 우후 아일랜드 2
Uhu Aillaendeu 2
Wuhu Island 2