Twin Bridges

From the Super Mario Wiki, the Mario encyclopedia
Twin Bridges
SMW Twin Bridges map.png
Bird's-eye view of Twin Bridges
Appearance Super Mario World (1990)
Levels 6
<< List of worlds >>
Mario running from a Chainsaw in Twin Bridges
Yoshi's Island (place)Donut PlainsVanilla DomeTwin BridgesForest of IllusionChocolate IslandValley of BowserStar World
Click an area to open the relevant article.

The Twin Bridges[1][2], also known as the Cookie Mountain[2] region, largely consists of a pair of parallel bridges found in Dinosaur Land in the game Super Mario World. It comprises the Butter Bridge and the Cheese Bridge. The Twin Bridges, combined with Cookie Mountain, make up the fourth world of Super Mario World, which is a sky based world. The Cheese Bridge is the smaller bridge and only has one level between the mountainsides. The Butter Bridge is the larger bridge and has two levels connecting each mountaintop, and is accessed by a secret path in the Vanilla Dome. Before reaching this area, only the Cheese Bridge stands to connect Vanilla Dome with Cookie Mountain. Only by accessing the aforementioned secret exit, the Butter Bridge will appear. By reaching the secret exit of the Cheese Bridge, Mario gains access to Soda Lake, which in turn leads to the third Star Road. Both bridges lead to #4 Ludwig's Castle.


Levels that are marked with an asterisk (*) feature another exit.


Butter Bridge 1
Butter Bridge 2
Cheese Bridge Area
Cookie Mountain
#4 Ludwig's Castle
Soda Lake

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 二本橋 (Nintendo Official Guidebook of Super Mario World)
Ni Hon Hashi
ツインブリッジ (Encyclopedia Super Mario Bros.)
Tsuin Burijji
Two Main Bridges

Twin Bridges
Spanish Puentes Gemelos Twin Bridges
French Ponts Jumeaux Twin Bridges
German Zwillingsbrücken Twin Bridges
Portuguese Área das Pontes Gêmeas Twin Bridges Area


  1. ^ Nintendo Mario Mania Player's Guide. Pages 38-39, 94-101, 105, 151.
  2. ^ a b Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 official website (Wayback Archive). Retrieved January 28, 2020.