3DS Daisy Hills

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Daisy Hills
Daisy Hills
Appears in Mario Kart 7 (2011)
Mario Kart Tour (2019)
Cup(s) Mushroom Cup (7)
Staff Ghost 2:06.351 by Nin★Terui♪
(Daisy with the Birthday Girl, Roller tires, and Peach Parasol)
Expert Staff Ghost 1:51.111 by Nin★SASAKI
(Daisy with the Birthday Girl, Sponge tires, and Super Glider)
Online play Available (3DS)
Music sample
Mario Kart 7 / Mario Kart Tour

Mario Kart 7 (frontrunning)

Course map
Mario Kart 7
Daisy Hills bottom screen mapDaisy Hills
Mario Kart Tour
Map of 3DS Daisy Hills from Mario Kart Tour.

Daisy Hills is the second course of the Mushroom Cup in Mario Kart 7. While the course's name alludes to Princess Daisy, it also refers to the course's numerous flowers decorating the grassy areas. The course itself is located in a village surrounded by green hills, mountains and fields with flowers, and goats appear as obstacles in some parts of the course. It strongly resembles an Austrian landscape.

Daisy Hills reappears in Mario Kart Tour starting with the New York Tour.

Mario Kart 7[edit]

Course layout[edit]

Peach, gliding to land in the village

The race starts in the village. There are Miis cheering on the racers and some houses, then there is a turn to the left and the road leaves the village. There is a wooden bridge connected to a small island, then another bridge that rises and goes onto another island. This one has some trick ramps made of trunks, some goats and a trick ramp in the middle of the grass. Then there is another bridge and another turn, which is the tallest part of the track. Then the road continues on a bridge with two Dash Panels and a Glide Ramp. There is a lake with several hot-air balloons over it. When the player lands, there are some stairs, and then a small fountain in the middle of the plaza that the character is able to do tricks off of. Racers can also land on the rooftops to the right, with several ramps leading back to the main route, as well as Dash Panels to keep the route length more in line with the main one. Then there is a left turn, and after a few more sets of stairs (now leading down), the player passes through the finish line, starting the next lap.


  • On the first turn, the player can use a Mushroom to cut through the grass.
  • After the first two bridges, there is a left turn with a ramp in the grass which the player can use a Mushroom to cross.
  • After the third bridge, there is a big patch of grass to the left which the player can cut across with a Mushroom (though it may take more than one). This leads to a small, narrow, downwards hill which leads to a Glide Ramp. However, this alternate path is generally slower than the normal route.
  • The player can glide in between the windmills and over the grass to the left of the main landing point. This shortcut is useful when combined with taking the hill to the alternate Glide Ramp.
  • It is possible to land on the rooftops to the left, but this is difficult to do and unintended and so there are no Dash Panels or ramps, unlike the right route.
  • A strange glitch can be performed by swooping down with the Glider, flying back up and hitting the back of a hot air balloon. This will cause the player to be boosted forward for no apparent reason, saving a couple of seconds or so. Therefore, in competitive Time Trials, player’s times are often divided between BB (balloon boost) and nBB times (non-balloon boost).

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

The course in Mario Kart Tour

Daisy Hills reappears in Mario Kart Tour, starting with the New York Tour. A few changes have been made to the course: the roofs of the windmills are less steep, and the flags with Daisy's emblem were redesigned. The Miis near the start were removed and the hot air balloons now have clearer patterns on them. Beside Daisy Hills, the New York Tour introduced a reverse version and trick version of the course called Daisy Hills R and Daisy Hills T respectively, with the 2019 Winter Tour subsequently adding a reverse/trick version, Daisy Hills R/T. A Glide Ramp is also added in the shortcut between the windmills in the reverse variants, which leads to the secret hill. This course is a favorite of Daisy, Pink Yoshi, Black Yoshi, Dixie Kong, Mario (Musician), Yoshi (Egg Hunt), Toadette (Explorer), Daisy (Yukata), Luigi (Golf), Daisy (Farmer), and the Bronze Mii Racing Suit. It is also a favorite of Baby Rosalina (Detective) and Peach (Wedding) if they reach level 3, and Dr. Peach if she reaches level 6.

Prior to the 2019 Halloween Tour, no glider had Daisy Hills R listed as a favorite course. Instead, its appearance in the New York Tour’s Baby Peach Cup relied on the spotlight bonus to raise the Peach Parasol up one level.

For this course's tour appearances, see List of 3DS Daisy Hills tour appearances in Mario Kart Tour.


Mario Kart 7[edit]

Mario Kart Tour[edit]


Mario Kart 7[edit]

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Course Icons[edit]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese デイジーヒルズ
Deijī Hiruzu
Daisy Hills
Chinese (Simplified) 菊花公主丘陵
Júhuāgōngzhǔ Qiūlíng
Princess Daisy Hills
Chinese (Traditional) 黛西公主丘陵
Dàixīgōngzhǔ Qiūlíng
黛西丘陵 (Mario Kart 7)
Dàixī Qiūlíng
Princess Daisy Hills

Daisy Hills
Dutch Daisy's Bergdorp Daisy's Mountain Village
French Vallée Daisy Daisy Valley
German Daisyhausen From "Daisy" and "hausen", a German suffix that can only be found in place names
Italian Villaggio di Daisy Daisy's Village
Korean 데이지 힐즈
Deiji Hiljeu
Daisy Hills
Portuguese (NOA) Colinas Daisy Daisy Hills
Portuguese (NOE) Vila da Daisy Daisy's Village
Russian Холмы Дэйзи
Kholmy Deyzi
Daisy Hills
Spanish Colinas Daisy Daisy Hills