Sale!

Trek to Mahuli Fort

450.00

, , ,
Guaranteed Safe Checkout

Mahuli is at 2815ft above sea level . It is the highest point in Thane district. A popular trekking choice and a paradise for rock-climbers because of its pinnacles. This mountain complex is actually a group of two or more hills with common cols and pinnacles. The forest surrounding Mahuli has been declared as a sanctuary. The fort has been declared as a protected monument by the Archaeology Survey of India. The huge Mahuli hill can be seen right in front with the three connecting forts on its top. The leftmost fort is Mahuli- Chenderi/Bhandargad. The central one is Mahuli and the leftmost is chota Mahuli. Between the Bhandargad and Mahuli are the famous pinnacles Navra, Narvi and Karavli. One Day Trek to Mahuli can be done if the plan is to go till chota Mahuli. However, covering the entire hill including the pinnacles will require you spend a night in the caves. The caves can accommodate approx 12 persons. A trek on the plateau for 45 minutes from chota Mahuli. Then rock climbing a patch of 20 ft approx, only to climb another iron ladder. Then trek for 25 mins (one way) will get you to clear superb view of the 3 pinnacles.

ITINERARY

  • 12 AM :- Board Kasara Train from CSMT
  • 15 AM :- Reach Asaongaon Station & Meet the Team at station
  • 30 AM :- Reach the Base Village by Public Transport
  • 00 AM :- Breakfast & Tea & Start the Trek
  • 30 AM :- Reach the Top
  • 30 PM :- Start Descending to base village
  • 30 PM :- Lunch
  • 00 PM :- Reach Base Village with amazing memories and start our return journey towards Asangaon station

INCLUSION

  • Travelling From Local Transport From Asaongaon to Asangaon
  • Morning Breakfast & Tea
  • Lunch
  • Forest Entry Charges
  • Expertise & Guide Charges

Things To Carry

  • Luggage packed in big good trekking sack
  • Complete spare set of extra clothes & socks if required
  • Water bottle (2-3 liters) compulsory
  • Glucon-d energizers and personal Medicine
  • A sweater/warm wear/rainwear
  • Wear comfortable clothing during treks (full sleeves)
  • Good trekking/sports shoes (sandals, chappals, floaters not permitted)
  • Torch with Extra pair of Batteries (must) during night trek
  • Camera, Binocular (Optional) Identity proof (must)
  • Toiletries (Napkin, facewash, tissue paper, etc.)
  • Cap, goggles, sunscreen, moisturizer, mosquito repellent, etc.
  • Slippers (optional – at the end of day/trek so that your feet can relax)

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Trek to Mahuli Fort”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trek to Mahuli Fort
450.00