Haunted Woods

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Diddy Kong Racing Track
Haunted Woods
Location Dragon Forest
Balloon(s) required 22 (race)
37 (challenge)
Transportation Car, Hovercraft
Meet T.T (N64) 1:22.00
Beat T.T. 1:09.51
Notes Ghostly Wizpig heads appear in the woods.
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Haunted Woods is the fourth course of Dragon Forest and the final prior to Future Fun Land. It appears in Diddy Kong Racing and its Nintendo DS remake, Diddy Kong Racing DS.

The player must have at least 22 Golden Balloons to race on Haunted Woods, and 37 for its Silver Coin Challenge. The stage's default vehicle is Cars, but racers can use Hovercrafts after completing the course twice or via Time Trials.


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The course immediately has a right turn that leads into a medieval village, and a fountain. There are two paths around the fountain, but they both intersect with one another quickly. The track then leads into a long passageway and a castle gate, before heading into the woods. As the driver enters the woods, they are confronted with ghostly Wizpig heads, but the track soon loops around to a bridge leading back into the castle and then the finish line.

Silver Coin locations[edit]

Like the other levels of Diddy Kong Racing and Diddy Kong Racing DS, Boulder Canyon is filled with eight coins, scattered all around the area. However, the coins only appear once the player has beaten the world's boss at least once.

  • The first coin is in the center of the road, before it branches off into two paths.
  • The second coin is on the left path after branching off.
  • The third coin is on the right path after branching off.
  • The fourth coin is in the passageway, on the right side by the wall.
  • The fifth coin is in the middle of the road, just before the track goes into the forest.
  • The sixth coin is on the inside part of the long looping corner.
  • The seventh coin is just after the sixth coin, on the same part of the road.
  • The eighth coin is just in front of the bridge, leading back into the village.

Name in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴーストウッズ
Gōsuto Uzzu
Ghost Woods
Spanish Bosque Encantado Enchanted Forest
French Bois Possede Possessed Woods
German Zauberwald (N64)
Spukwald (DS)
Magic Forest
Spooky Forest
Italian Boschi Stregati Haunted Woods
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