Haunted Trail

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Haunted Trail
Board from Mario Party 10
Appears in Mario Party 10
Availability Default
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Haunted Trail is one of the five boards in Mario Party 10. The board is set in a haunted forest, similar to the sub-section of Soda Jungle from New Super Mario Bros. U, with a small town at the start of the board, and also passes through a graveyard and over a poisonous swamp. Many Boos and Swoops can also be seen around the board. The mini boss for this board is a Sledge Bro, with King Boo as the boss fought at the end of the board. Along with Airship Central, it is the only board that cannot be played on in Bowser Party mode.

This board also has a unique gimmick, where a Boo will haunt the captain when a certain area on the board is passed, and will lick them every turn, stealing five Mini Stars. The board has three of these spots, but two of them are on separate routes, so only two Boos can haunt the vehicle during the game. The Boo can be passed onto another player if they land on a Boo Space, or it can be scared away by passing under a Streetlight.


The playable characters on a Lucky Space.

Haunted Trail begins in the center of a small town, before heading past some Mini Stars to the first fork in the road. Both routes are equal length, however the left has five Mini Stars and the right has eight. The path then turns left and goes up a wall, to the first Boo spot where the path levels out, then takes another left turn to a Toad House. The trail continues through the graveyard to a right turn and another fork in the road. Here, the left path has eight Mini Stars, while the right has three Mini Ztars. The path continues up another wall to the first streetlight and the mid boss fort. After the fort, the path splits again, with the left route leading almost immediately to another Boo. This route then goes up another wall to another fork, with eight Mini Stars to the left and five Mini Ztars to the right. These two paths then re-join, and meet up with the right path again. The right path is one space longer than the left and has a different arrangement of spaces, but is otherwise the same, except for the Boo being positioned later on the path and the Mini Stars and Ztars switching sides. Immediately after the paths meet, the players reach the Homestretch, and travel up another wall to another streetlight, onto the final road to the castle where the main boss is fought.


Type of Space Number of Spaces
Green Space from Mario Party 10
Green Spaces
Special Dice Block Space from Mario Party 10
Special Dice Block Spaces
25 (24 if Bowser is released)
Dash Space from Mario Party 10
Dash Spaces
Back Space from Mario Party 10
Back Spaces
Change Space from Mario Party 10
Change Spaces
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Steal Spaces
Lucky Space from Mario Party 10
Lucky Spaces
Unlucky Space from Mario Party 10
Unlucky Spaces
Bowser Jr. Space from Mario Party 10
Bowser Jr. Spaces
6 (0 if Bowser is released)
Bowser Space from Mario Party 10
Bowser Spaces
0 (5 if Bowser is released)
Minigame Space from Mario Party 10
Minigame Spaces
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Boo Spaces
Boss Battle Space / Gate Space from Mario Party 10
Boss Battle Spaces
Total 101


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヒヤヒヤウッド
Hiyahiya Uddo
Frightening Woods

Dutch Spookjesbos
Ghost Woods
French (NOA) Chemin hanté
Haunted Road
French (NOE) Sentier hanté
Haunted Trail
German Spukpfad
Haunted Path
Italian Sentiero stregato
Bewitched Trail
Portuguese Trilho Assombrado
Haunted Track
Russian Дорожка привидений
Doroshka privideniy
Ghost Pathwalk

Spanish (NOA) Ruta tenebrosa
Dark Route
Spanish (NOE) Sendero encantado
Enchanted Trail

Magical Sleigh[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マジカルカーゴ
Majikaru Kāgo
Magical Cargo

Lovely Sleigh[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese エンジェルカーゴ
Enjeru Kāgo
Angel Cargo

King Boo Sleigh[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キングテレサカーゴ
Kingu Teresa Kāgo
King Boo Cargo