(Not to be confused with the N64 version of Sherbet Land.)
Shy Guys use this track as their skating rink, disregarding the racers and spinning them out should they come into contact. Near the end of the course, Freezies slide across the track, freezing any drivers who run into them.
Sherbet Land returns in Mario Kart 8 as a retro track. The course receives upgraded visuals as well as implementations of the new features. The skating rink area's pond can be driven inside via the underwater features, and a tunnel leads back to the main course by usage of anti-gravity.
In addition, after the tunnel, a hidden ramp can allow players to glide over the area with Freezies as well as another underwater tunnel to avoid the Freezies. However, unlike the Freezies in Double Dash!!, these ones don't freeze you. Hitting one of them causes them to break and for you to spin out like you've hit a banana. This course used to be playable as a battle stage, but was removed in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
- There are a lot of areas filled with difficult to move through snow. Use Mushrooms to get past these areas. ✱ for all games
- In the area with Freezies, drive your kart to the left of the tall ice block structure. Use a Mushroom to reach a gliding area. ✱ for MK8
Mario Kart Trivia
- In the GCN version of this course, if the player drives into a Freezie just as a Spiny Shell is about to blow up on them, the player will be unaffected by the explosion, the ice will shatter, and the player can continue driving.
- Strangely in the Wii U verson, there appears to be 2 moons in the background.
Sherbet Land (GCN)
DS Wario Stadium
Recently reappeared in:
Mario Kart 8
3DS Music Park
|Nitro cups||Mushroom Cup||Luigi Circuit • Peach Beach • Baby Park • Dry Dry Desert|
|Flower Cup||Mushroom Bridge • Mario Circuit • Daisy Cruiser • Waluigi Stadium|
|Star Cup||Sherbet Land • Mushroom City • Yoshi Circuit • DK Mountain|
|Special Cup||Wario Colosseum • Dino Dino Jungle • Bowser's Castle • Rainbow Road|
|Battle Courses||Cookie Land • Block City • Luigi's Mansion • Nintendo GameCube • Pipe Plaza • Tilt-A-Kart|