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Back On Track is the second level of Geometry Dash and Geometry Dash Lite and the second level with an Easy difficulty.


Back On Track introduces the yellow jump pad in the ways of both function and potential hazard, leading to more varied jump manoeuvres.

A single ship sequence takes place from 50% to 66%.

Secret coins

  • The first secret coin is located at 41% and collected as the cube. After descending a short flight of platforms, jumping onto a series of connected platforms with a spike on one, jump twice up two more platforms before sliding to the ground onto a concealed gravity pad that will launch into the coin and then a gravity portal, returning to the main route.
  • The second secret coin is located at 55% and collected as the ship. Manoeuvre around the first two obstacles and fly into a gap in the third obstacle to collect the coin within.
  • The third secret coin is located at 84% and collected as the cube. After passing through three block columns and travelling along three series of connected platforms, jump twice up two more narrow platforms before sliding onto a concealed line platform below the main route. Jump over a gap onto the second line platform to collect the coin and reach a jump pad to return, immediately jumping again to clear an oncoming spike upon landing.


Geometry Dash - Back On Track

Geometry Dash - Back On Track


  • Prior to Update 1.9, Back On Track possessed a Normal difficulty.
  • Back On Track reveals the gravity portal and cyan gravity pad as part of collecting a secret coin, although they are not formally introduced until Dry Out and xStep respectively.
  • Back On Track takes 84 seconds to complete and requires a minimum of 86 jumps.


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