This course is an adaptation of the Sky Garden, and shares similar features, such as taking place in the sky and a giant beanstalk. It also features Bowser's airships similar to that of Airship Fortress. Furthermore, the course's name is also Sky Garden in the Japanese version.
The course's music are a Disney-like orchestral arrangement and even contains parts of the Gusty Garden Galaxy music from Super Mario Galaxy.
The race starts a giant beanstalk, shortly after there is a ramp with some Item Boxes on it, there is a Bowser Balloon that characters can bounce on, similar to the mushrooms in Mushroom Gorge from Mario Kart Wii. The racers will then continue racing on a cloud. Later, they come onto an airship, where the player encounters two paths, both of which meet up right before a cannon, which launches the player to a anti-gravity metal track inside a storm cloud.
On the track, there are many boost panels, but once in a while, lightning will strike them, which the racers have to avoid or else they will get knocked out. This section then ends to start a gliding section, which touches down on a giant stone ? Block. There is just one more right turn before the finish line.
- Players can bounce on the second Bowser Balloon without using a Mushroom.
- Near the end of the lap, players can jump off two big leaves, cutting off the final corner.
Mario Kart Trivia
- This course is considered to be the "aerial" equivalent to the Rainbow Road.
- The ? Block platform at the end of the anti-gravity section is a reference to how Beanstalks grow out of ? Blocks in Mario games.
- This is one of the only three courses in Special Cup that have boost pads turn off under certain matter.
- This is one of the four nitro tracks in Mario Kart 8 to only have an alternate music of their track. The others are Water Park, Shy Guy Falls, and Dolphin Shoals. Coincidentally, they all appear separately in each nitro cup.
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