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VRangers one day trek to Peb
₹ 600
1 Day
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Neral, Maharashtra
VRangers one day trek to Peb
₹ 600
Peb is a fort located near Neral; between Panorama Point (Matheran) and Nakhind to be precise. The fort is also named as ‘VikatGad’.Historical references clearly indicate that Shivaji Maharaj used the caves on the fort as silos for grain storage. It is a beautiful one-day trek and the view of the entire Neral region from the top would be amazing. Short Info: Trek Name: Peb Fort. Fort Height: 2100 ft. Type: Hill forts. Grade: Medium Region: Neral-Matheran Mythology: This location is known to be the place where lord Ganesha fell down from his mouse and the moon laughed at him. Lord Ganesha is very fond of Laddoo (Modaka - a sweet delicacy). Once upon a day of Ganesha Puja (Ganesh Chatruthi), Ganesha went from house to house and accepted the offerings of laddoo. He stuffed himself to the capacity and decided to take a ride on his mouse at night. Along the moonlit road they got to see a large snake and the troubled rat stumbled, with the consequence Ganpati fell down .He hit the ground hard and as a result his stomach burst open. All the laddoos came out but Ganesha again stuffed them into his stomach. He caught the snake and tied it round his belly. Moon witnessed the whole event and laughed heartily. Lord Ganesha lost his temper and furiously looked about for something to throw at his tormentor. Getting nothing, he pulled out one of his tusks and hurled it at the moon. He cursed the moon that no one should look at the moon on the day of Ganesha Puja . The place were lord ganesha fell is know and Vikateshgad also know and Peb (Viktesh is another name for lord Ganesha), the place where the snake's hood was seen is Nakhind and from where the moon laughed is Chanderi. All these are 3 mountains sharing a common valley and one can view Peb and Nakhind from Chanderi. read more read less
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VRangers One day trek to Matheran-Garbett to Diksal waterfall
₹ 600
1 Day
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VRangers One day trek to Matheran-Garbett to Diksal waterfall
₹ 600
Matheran is a very famous hill station and a popular weekend gets a way for the Mumbaiites. There are many different hiking routes to reach the top. The most common is one by the motorable road from Neral, which can get very monotonous.Some other routes are via Peb Fort, via One tree hill...Garbett point route is relatively lesser known. It takes us through some breathtaking scenery, green farmlands, a lake, a plateau. The view from the plateau is magnificent! This route can be taken only during the monsoons since it has very few trees on the way and it could get really hot during any other season. Short Info: Trek: Matheran-Garbett to Diksal waterfall Region: Raigad Grade: Medium. Fort Height: 2530 ft. read more read less
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VRangers One Day Monsoon trek to Irshalgad
₹ 900
1 Day
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VRangers One Day Monsoon trek to Irshalgad
₹ 900
Irshalgad is situated in the Karjat Region. Other forts in this region include Prabalgad, Kalawantin and Malanggad. Actually Irshal is not a fort but it’s a pinnacle. Shivaji Maharaj captured the complete region of Kalyan and Bhiwandi, up to Rairi in May 1666.This fort too, must have come under the Maratha rule at that time. Irshal is the next-door neighbour to Prabalgad. As mentioned above, Irshal is a pinnacle. There is a water tank on the route from the Irshal plateau to the peak. From there, we reach the needle hole near the top through a simple rock-climbing route. Proceeding little ahead, we see a water tank to the left and a cave to the right. This water is suitable for drinking. The route, which climbs up from near the needle hole goes to the top of the pinnacle. To reach the top of the pinnacle, it is essential to have artificial rock climbing equipment (we are not going to climb top). From the top we can see the forts of Prabalgad, Matheran, Chanderi, Malanggad, Karnala and Manikgad. Short Info: Trek: Irshal Gad. Type: Hill Fort Height: 3700 Feet above MSL (Approx) Grade: Medium Region: Karjat Base Village: Irshalwadi. read more read less
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VRangers One day Trek to Sarasgad
₹ 900
1 Day
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VRangers One day Trek to Sarasgad
₹ 900
Sarasgad is located near Pali, it is the one out of the eight “Ashtavinayak” Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha of Pali is named ‘Ballaleshwar’ and located just behind the temple can be seen the ramparts of Sarasgad fort. The fort was mainly used to keep a check on the surrounding regions. From the fort, Pali and all surrounding areas can be seen. Shivaji Maharaj brought this fort under Swarajya and spent 2000 Hon (the prevailing currency) for its reconstruction. Till independence this fort was under Bhor Sansthan. Short Info: Trek: Sarasgad Trek & Visit Pali Balleshwar Temple. Type: Hill Fort. Height: 1400 Feet above MSL (Approx) Grade: Easy. Region: Khopoli-Pali. Base Village: Pali read more read less
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VRangers Monsoon Special trek to Mirgad & Vyaghreshwar
₹ 600
1 Night 1 Day
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Kasu, Maharashtra
VRangers Monsoon Special trek to Mirgad & Vyaghreshwar
₹ 600
Mahal Mirya Dongar is a village in the taluka of Pen in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. In 1662 Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj  attacked Mira Dongar ( 10 km directly from southeast Pen ) and raided Pen. But the mughal defence held on. People of this village are living in very peaceful manner. This village having very proud history. Agriculture is the main profession of this village. Mirya Mahal is the place located 6 miles to the southwest of the Pen in Raigad District area , historical evidences are mentioned when Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj fought with Mughals in the conquest of Dabhol , Maratha activities were resumed at the beginning of 1662. Shivaji attacked Namdar Khan, at Mira Dongar (6 miles south-east of Pen), and then raided the rich city of Pen. The Mughal defence was obstinate and Shivaji’s forces suffered a heavy loss killed and wounded. the place becomes heaven in monsoon and the surrounding area is perfect for one day outing. The trek Mirgad to Vyaghreshwar is almost unknown and takes one to an ancient temple of Lord Shiva situated in a corner of Raigad district (near the town of Pen) in Konkan. The view from the temple is beautiful and one can even catch glimpses of the sea, if visibility permits. A huge waterfall flows near the temple in the monsoons. In other seasons, the tranquil surroundings of the temple bring peace to the mind. Mirgad & Ratnagad are the forts nearby with Pen being the closest town. Short Info: Trek:Mahal Mirya Dongar / Mir gad / Mira Dongar Height:1867 ft Region:Pen-Raigad Grade:Medium Duration: 1 Ngt + 1 Day read more read less
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VRangers Trek to Dhodap Fort-Nasik
₹ 1,650
1 Night 1 Day
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VRangers Trek to Dhodap Fort-Nasik
₹ 1,650
Dhodap is a hill fort in Maharashtra. One of the many forts in the district of Nasik, the fort is situated at an elevation of about 4700 feet from the ground. There is a temple of Jagdamba in the fort, along with an idol of Hanuman at the top of one of the tanks. There are many caves atop the fort and one of them is considerably spacious. There are cisterns and tanks of water at the top. There are inscriptions in persian at the entrance to the fort, which is shaped in the form of a tunnel. Some human settlements can be found inside the fortifications as well. A natural wall of rocks is found at the top, which imparts the fort a distinct quality. From the top of the fort, the peaks of Saptashringi and Vani can be seen clearly. Short Info: Type: Hill Fort Height: Approx. 4751 ft above MSL Grade: Easy Base Village: Hatti village Region: Satmal (Nashik). read more read less
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VRangers Ratangad Trek-Bhandardara
₹ 1,000
1 Night 1 Day
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VRangers Ratangad Trek-Bhandardara
₹ 1,000
“Ratan” means jewel. Ratangad is known as the jewel fort. It is situated in dense forests of Kalsubai –Harishchandragad range and offers a very beautiful view from the top. Ratangad has a natural rock peak with a cavity in it at the top which is called 'Nedhe' or 'Eye of the Needle'.The fort has four gates Ganesh, Hanuman, Konkan and Trimbak. The sculptures of Lord Ganesh and Hanuman are seen on the main gate. It also has many wells on the top. Alongwith trek one more attraction at Ratanwadi is the Amruteshwar Temple, famous for its carvings, dating back to the Hemadpant Era - roughly from the eighth century. The fort is origin for the river Pravara / Amrutvahini. Short Info: Trek: Ratangad. Fort Type: Hill Maximum Height: 4255 ft. Region: Igatpuri Base Village: Ratanwadi. Difficulty: Medium read more read less
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One day trek to Mrug gad
₹ 700
1 Day
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One day trek to Mrug gad
₹ 700
Mrugagd is also known as bheliv cha killa as this name because of nearest village name. This fort consists of some water cistern and nice route to reach the top of the fort. On top the entire part looks like remnants of any palace. When you reach the other end of the fort you can see one ridge, 'Machi' going towards village side. Short Info: Trek: Mrug gad Duration: One day Trek Height: 1750 ft Grade: Medium Region: Khopoli-Lonavla read more read less
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VRangers One Day trek to Mordhan Fort
₹ 850
1 Day
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Kasara Budruk, Maharashtra
VRangers One Day trek to Mordhan Fort
₹ 850
MORDHAN is also known as Mora cha Dongar (meaning ‘Mountain of peacocks’) lies in the Igatpuri region of the Sahyadris. It was supposedly used as a watch tower in ancient times. This peculiarly shaped hill stands separated from the main mountain range and offers excellent views of the Kalsubai Range, backwaters of Darna dam, Darna River. After the monsoon season, a carpet of greenery adorns the slopes of this mountain.There is a small temple and an Ashram midway up the mountain.Short Info: Trek Name: Mordhan Fort Height : 3440 ft Apx Grade:Medium Region: Igatpuri-Kasara   read more read less
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