This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Community·Posted on Aug 10, 2020Every Mario Kart 64 Track, Ranked From Worst To BestThis list may either take you back to your greatest childhood memories or your worst...by Reilly GoldenCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 16. Luigi Raceway Nintendo / Via mariokart.fandom.com Your standard racetrack, Luigi's Raceway is pretty simple with no hazards or notable shortcuts. It did offer an item box hanging from a balloon on the first straightaway if you were able to time your jump right. 15. Mario Raceway Nintendo / Via mkworldrecords.fandom.com Offering a bit more than his brother's counterpart, Mario's Raceway gets more points for its Warp Pipe tunnel, use of Piranha Plants, and S bends. However, you'd think the racetrack named after the star of the game would be a bit more exciting. 14. Choco Mountain Nintendo / Via mariowiki.com Had a ton of sharp turns and those giant rocks falling from the cliffs, but leaves us wanting more. 13. Kalimari Desert Nintendo / Via mkworldrecords.fandom.com Kalimari Desert makes you mostly beholden to its train. Get past it and you can gain quite the lead over opponents. Get stuck and you can fall far behind the pack. 12. Moo Moo Farm Nintendo / Via mariowiki.com Moo Moo Farm is the shortest track of the game, and the moles are relatively easier to dodge than some other creatures in other courses. Points for cute cows though! 11. DK's Jungle Parkway Nintendo / Via mariowiki.com This track offers a lot in terms of fruit being thrown at you when you veer off the course, long jumps where you have to avoid tourist cruises (albeit you can do this pretty easily), and, well, that's about it. 10. Wario Stadium Nintendo / Via aminoapps.com Wario Stadium is definitely more fun than the Mario or Luigi's attempts at tracks, with its strong turns and large jump that you must clear correctly if you want to win. 9. Frappe Snowland Nintendo / Via whoissamjarvis.com Frappe Snowland is no joke. It has some hard turns from the start and those snowman can be your greatest enemy on the course. Though, it is much more forgiving than some of the succeeding tracks. 8. Banshee Boardwalk Nintendo / Via mariokart.fandom.com Banshee Boardwalk has one of the best aesthetics of the tracks, the eerie vibe that it conveys is top tier, but the boos are more for show than difficult obstacles. The sharp turns are no joke though, and you have to show some skill to avoid others from bumping you off the boardwalk. 7. Royal Raceway Nintendo / Via mariowiki.com The big jump is everything. Much more fun than the other raceway's not only thanks to its iconic jump, but also the sharp turns that at any point could land you in the lake that sits in the center of the track. Princess Peach did not come to play with this one. 6. Koopa Troopa Beach Nintendo / Via thoughtcatalog.com Koopa Troopa Beach probably has the most iconic shortcuts in 64. That waterfall one is as beautiful as it is useful in a close race (that is if you can actually reach it). 5. Sherbet Land Nintendo / Via mariokart.fandom.com Sherbet Land often caused the most frustration for me as a youngster. The ice made it difficult to maneuver for beginners and experts alike. Nothing wanted to make you rage quit more than when those penguins bounced you off the track and into the icy waters below. 4. Bowser's Castle Nintendo / Via mariokart.fandom.com Those crushing Thwomps still give me nightmares. Absolutely brutal course with some of the hardest turns and the constant looming of the Thwomps makes the threat of danger unavoidable throughout the course. 3. Yoshi Valley Nintendo / Via mariowiki.com Yoshi's Valley lands high on the list due to its versatility. There are many different courses you can take during a race, making the winner of the match a mystery until the very end. For the most part, you could be completely alone for the entire race. High marks for uniqueness and suspense. 2. Rainbow Road Nintendo / Via gametripper.co.uk For a track inundated with rainbows and upbeat music, it's the definition of wolf in sheep's clothing. It differs from other iterations of the track, as it has rails on both sides of the course that keep you from falling into the abyss below. One of the most unforgiving and longest tracks out there, don't tell me you didn't want to throw your controller into the television the fifth time you got attacked by a Chompa. 1. Toad's Turnpike Nintendo / Via n64today.com A track that mostly gets outshined by the colorful course above, Toad's Turnpike is the best track of all N64 tracks. Having to swerve in and out of traffic and merging lanes while outracing your friends made it exciting and unpredictable. Being able to watch someone else get hit by an item then hit into one of the giant trucks was the most satisfying things to watch and the most soul-crushing thing to experience in any video game.