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VRangers Trek to Moroshi Bhiravgad - Tour
VRangers Trek to Moroshi Bhiravgad
₹ 1,400
1 Night 1 Day
Available on request
Moroshi, Maharashtra
VRangers Trek to Moroshi Bhiravgad
₹ 1,400
The top of the fort is created by the geological structure known as a dyke and the final stage on the rock mass is very fascinating. Dykes in Sahyadri are probably representation of fracture into which ancient magma was injected. Non resistant rock got eroded away and the one which were more resistant have appeared as great walls. Short Info: Trek: Moroshi-Bhairavgad Height: 2835 ft. Region: Malshej. Grade: Medium (Trek experience required). Max. Rangers: 15 ppl. Bhairavgad happens to be only fort built on a dyke making it a must see wonder for trekkers. This fort must have been very important as it holds very strategic location looking on the ghat and paths to Mahali and junnar forts range. The exact origin of fort is not known but the style indicates that the fort dates back to Bhoj dynasty. Carved steps are the study point for this hill fort. Water tank at east side is also subject of study, how to preserve the water which is draining from the hill. read more read less
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VRangers Night Trek to Kunjargad - Tour
VRangers Night Trek to Kunjargad
₹ 1,500
1 Night 1 Day
04 May
Kasara Budruk, Maharashtra
VRangers Night Trek to Kunjargad
₹ 1,500
The fort is named as Kunjargad due to its hill shape is like a large elephant (In Sanskrit, Kunjar means elephant)  which we can see from base village.The fort is also known as Kombadgad. On the top have some remnants of fort structure statue of Lord Hanuman, Shiv Ling, Nandi, water cistern (Approx 8), interesting ruins, Tunnel, and Koloba another Idol found over on this Hill fort. Short Info: Trek: Kunjar gadHeight: 4200 Ft. ApproxGrade: Medium.District: Ahmednagar - Akole Taluka About:  The fort is accessible from north from Vihir village. Vihir village is located in Mula river basin.The fort is also accessible from another village Phopsandi located in the hills south of the fort on Mandvi river basin. This amazing and remote hill fort is to be climb to see entire Giant Harishchandragad in one view.There is also a narrow tunnel (Bhuyar in Marathi) on the fort opens on the other end to the valley. This tunnel is located near steps around 40-50 ft. One has to craw on knees to enter and at some places you have to squeeze out your body through the rocks. No crossing of two people at a time. It’s completely dark in the midway so carry your torch along with you. Overall this is interesting to see various ranges from this fort. Pic Credit: Dr. Aparna Bandhodkar read more read less
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