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VRangers Trek To Lohgad
₹ 500
1 Day
Available on request
Malavli, Maharashtra
VRangers Trek To Lohgad
₹ 500
Lohagad (literally "Iron fort" in Marathi) is one of the many hill forts of Chatrapati Shivaji. It divides the basins of the Indrayani and Pavna and is situated on a side range of the Sahyadris. The Visapur fort is located on its eastern side. The four large gates of Lohagad are still in good condition and reasonably intact. Historical records show that in the later Peshwa period, Nana Phadnavis (1742-1800 AD) built several structures in the fort such as a big tank and a step-well (bawali). Trek: Lohgad Fort Height: 3400 ft Grade: Easy Region: Lonavla ---------------------------------- Batch 1: 16th June 2018 ---------------------------------- read more read less
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VRangers one day trek to Visapur fort & Bhaje caves
₹ 400
1 Day
08 Jul
Malavali Railway Station, Maharashtra
VRangers one day trek to Visapur fort & Bhaje caves
₹ 400
Visapur Fort Visapur Fort is larger and at a higher elevation than its twin fort- Lohagad. It is the best monsoon trekking destinations near Mumbai. Within the fort are caves, cisterns of water, a decorated arch and old houses. These two roofless buildings surrounded by outer or veranda walls said to have once been Government offices. Balaji Vishwanath the first Peshwa of Maratha Empire Visapur fort was built much later than Lohagad .The ruins of a large stone-built house are known as the Peshwa’s palace. In addition to a huge carving of Hanuman, there are also several temple dedicated to him scattered all over the place. Hanuman (Maruti) was likely the patron deity of Visapur fort. Short Info: Trek: Visapur Fort Height: 3038 ft Grade: Medium Region: Lonavla. Bhaje caves Bhaje caves is a group of 22 rock-cut caves dating back to the 2nd century BC located in Pune district, near Lonavala, Maharashtra. Significant monument of art, architecture and history is a group of exquisite rock cut chambers at the valley of Indrayani River – Bhaja Caves. The caves are 400 feet above the village of Bhaje. It easily accessible location from Malavali Station Pune. It is one of the few places less crowded and worth visiting. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Batch 1: 17th June 2018  Batch 2: 08th July 2018  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- read more read less
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VRangers trek to Bhivgad Fort
₹ 400
1 Day
01 Jul
Aamrai, Maharashtra
VRangers trek to Bhivgad Fort
₹ 400
Bhivgad fort also known as Bheemgad is located in the Raigad District in Maharashtra, India. The specific history of this fort is not known. A small top, couple of water cisterns, a remnant is all that this fort offers us at the top. However, easy walk and small height, nice view of ranges around makes this nice, little one day trek. We can see some fortification and two caves on the top. The height of this fort is around 800- 803 meter. Vadap is the base village which is Birthplace of Nanasaheb Peshawa. There is also a beautiful waterfall that is worth visiting in the monsoon.Short Info:Trek: Bhivgad FortType: Hill FortHeight: 2400 feet approxGrade: EasyRegion: Karjat- Vadap -------------------------------------------- Batch 1: 01st July 2018 -------------------------------------------- read more read less
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VRangers One Day Trek To Manikgad
₹ 800
1 Day
Available on request
Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
VRangers One Day Trek To Manikgad
₹ 800
Manikgad was built to look upon the trade route from Maval (Pune) to the coastal ports. This fort though looks easy requires high endurance and capacity of the trekker for long walk. This fort is situated near Vashivali (Rasayani MIDC), which is 27 km from Panvel. The fort is in ruins. There is a big rock-cut cistern on the fort called as "Darya take". There is a small shiva linga and few small rock-cut cisterns. The Ganesh gate is the only standing structure on the fort. There is a circular trench cut in the rock meant for lime mixing. If the sky is clear nearby forts i.e. Karnala, Prabalgad, Chanderi, Malang gad, Irshalgad, Sondai, Lohagad, Visapur, Sankshi are seen. Short Info: Trek Name: Manikgad Fort Height: 2500 ft. Type: Hill forts. Fort Range: Raigad Grade: Medium. --------------------------------------- Batch 1: 24th June 2018 ---------------------------------------- read more read less
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VRangers One Day Trek to Kalawantin
₹ 800
1 Day
01 Jul
Panvel, Maharashtra
VRangers One Day Trek to Kalawantin
₹ 800
Kalavantin Durg is situated on the northeast side of Panvel, on Mumbai-Pune road. One can see from express highway a V-Shaped one. The Left one is KalwantinDurg& right side is Prabalgad. This fort is just opposite to Prabalgad. It is also visible from Mumbai-Pune Expressway. According to stories, the fort was built for a queen named Kalavantin. Steps leading up to the fort have been cut into the rock face of the hill. The fort top commands an excellent view of the surroundings with Prabal in the front. Matheran, Chanderi, Shrimallang, IrshalKarnala, Manikgad, etc. can be easily identified. Short Info: Type: Hill Fort Height: 2300 Feet above MSL (Approx) Grade: Tough. Base Village: Thakurwadi Region: Panvel. read more read less
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VRangers Night trek to Siddhgad near Murbad
₹ 1,000
Overnight Trek
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Bhoiwada, Maharashtra
VRangers Night trek to Siddhgad near Murbad
₹ 1,000
Siddhagad fort Murbad is a nice fort located near Murbad in Thane District. Narivali is the base village to reach this fort. It is among the best forts to trek in Maharashtra and is a part of Bhimashankar wildlife sanctuary range. This is an old hill fort built by Shilahaar dynasty in the 9th century.  The Central top of this fort is quite hard to climb. You can spot the tomb of freedom fighter and martyr Bhai Kotwal at the south base of the fort. Short Info: Trek Name: Siddhagad. Fort Height: 3235 ft. Type: Hill forts. Fort Range: Karjat-Murbad. Grade: Medium. read more read less
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VRangers Trek Chanderi Pinnacle Top
₹ 700
Overnight Trek
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VRangers Trek Chanderi Pinnacle Top
₹ 700
Although worth mentioning as the jewel in the crown of forts in the district of Raigad, there is no significant history attached to this fort. Near the caves on the fort are visible some remnants of fortification. This is the only sign to designate Chanderi as a fort. Chanderi is famous for water streams (in rainy season) and its difficult route (in all season). Short Info: Trek: Chanderi Trek (Overnight Trek) Region: Karjat. Height: 2330 ft. Grade: Hard (Trek Experience Required). Type: Hill Fort. read more read less
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VRangers one day trek to Siddhgad near Murbad
₹ 800
One Day Trek
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VRangers one day trek to Siddhgad near Murbad
₹ 800
Siddhagad fort Murbad is a nice fort located near Murbad in Thane District. Narivali is the base village to reach this fort. It is among the best forts to trek in Maharashtra and is a part of Bhimashankar wildlife sanctuary range. This is an old hill fort built by Shilahaar dynasty in the 9th century.  The Central top of this fort is quite hard to climb. You can spot the tomb of freedom fighter and martyr Bhai Kotwal at the south base of the fort. Short Info: Trek Name: Siddhagad. Date: 18th Feb 2018 Fort Height: 3235 ft. Type: Hill forts. Fort Range: Karjat-Murbad. Grade: Medium.   Cost: Trek Fees: Rs. 800/- Registered Member: Rs 750/- per head. read more read less
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Fireflies Special Trek To Kothligad
₹ 900
1 Night 1 Day
Available on request
Fireflies Special Trek To Kothligad
₹ 900
VRangers Fireflies Special Trek To Kothligad Kothaligad (also called Kotligad or Kothligad) is situated to the east of Karjat near Karjat-Murbad Road in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is one of the famous treks in the Karjat area, because of its small height and easy climbing. It is also known as the Fort of Peth because of its vicinity to Peth village at its base. Short Info: Type: Hill Fort Height: 3100 ft . Grade: Medium Region: Karjat . About: The cave and the temple carvings date back to the 13th century. Not much is known about the history until the 18th century. In 1716, this cave was captured by the British. Then later on, on November 2, 1817, it was recaptured by the Marathas under the leadership of Bapurao who belonged to the generation after Bajirao. It was recaptured by the British, on December 30, 1817, the very next month, under Captain Brooks. The British had the fort till 1862 as an outpost for vigilance on the surrounding valley and the hills all around it. There is a small temple and large cave at the base and a chimney like tunnel (see image) to the top of the fort. This pinnacle is carved from inside forming a staircase reaching the top. There is a tank of water at some distance from the cave and another one at the top of the fort. This tunnel is the high point of the trek, with its funnel like structure and steps along the inside in a steep ascent to the very top. read more read less
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