Rock Rock Mountain
From the Super Mario Wiki
The first part of the track takes place on a mountainous cliff with steep drops on the left side, and in a cave with Swoops. The second part of the track takes place in a mountainous forest, with huge gliding sections aplenty. The final section of the track takes place on a mountainside with rolling rocks falling down serving as obstacles. There are many boost panels in this section that lie in the boulders' path.
The track starts on a curvy cliff road on the side of a mountain. The road leads to a cave in the mountain with Swoopers flying and columns blocking the way. After exiting the cave there is a sharp downhill bridge into a glider ramp. The ramp opens up the glider, and there are pipes that must be dodged while gliding down into a valley. One of the pipes blows air in the second lap. Racers land in the forest, driving through trees and felled trunks before hitting a second, but smaller, gliding section. The road then turns to the right, and into a steep uphill climb up the mountain past rolling rocks and boost pads. At the top of the mountain is a glider ramp, leading in to the finish line.
After the second glider it is possible to cut through the grass only with one mushroom, and the first turn is cuttable with the Peach Parasol or the Flower Glider, as they can rise higher in the air. On time trials it is also possible to use a mushroom in the air to skip the windy cliffs at the start.
When racing online, only one of the pipes blow air on the third lap, and the second coin ring in the air is removed.
Mario Kart Tour
Rock Rock Mountain reappears in Mario Kart Tour.
New York Tour
In the New York Tour, Rock Rock Mountain appears as the third course in the Donkey Kong Cup, the third course in the Baby Mario Cup, the location of the challenge in the Diddy Kong Cup, and the location of the challenge in the Dry Bowser Cup. It also has a Reverse variant which appears as the third course in the Koopa Troopa Cup, and a Trick variant which appears as the third course in the Dry Bones Cup.
In the Tokyo Tour, Rock Rock Mountain appears as the first course in the [[[Wendy Cup]], and the second course in the Daisy Cup. It also has a Reverse variant which appears as the third course in the Dry Bowser Cup, and a Trick variant which appears as the first course in the Larry Cup.
Mario Kart 7
Mario Kart Tour
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