Event/Trek: Nimgiri-Hanumantgad & Naneghat Ngt Trek
Height:3460 - 3450 ft & 2,461 ft
Base Village: Ghatghar
Nimgiri and Hanumnatgad have been separated by a cleft. The ascend to the forts starts from the middle of these two. Keep ascending towards the electric tower which is across the ground of the primary school. As we move ahead we come across an old tree with an idol of Lord Hanuman below it and 42 Veerghals kept in a line besides it. Ascending towards the cleft for half an hour we can see caves in the hill to the right. Rock cut steps start from here. These steps are broken in some places which makes the ascend difficult. It is advised to carry a rope. A route below this which has many turns goes in the cleft between Nimgiri and Hanumantgad in 15 minutes. To the left of the cleft is Hanumantgad and Nimgiri to its right.
The Balaghat mountain range of the Sahyadris cuts across Pune, Nagar and Nashik districts. There are many forts, ghats/passes nested in this range. Malshej ghat, Daryaghat, Naneghat, Sakurdighat, Harishchandragad, Kunjargad, Pabargad, Kallagad, Nimgiri, Hadsar, Bhairavgad are located here. Nimgiri fort is located opposite to Harishchandragad fort and is known for its rock cut stairs.
Naneghat (Marathi: नाणेघाट) is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range near Junnar in Pune district of Maharashtra, India. During the reign of the Satavahana (200 BCE–190 CE), the pass was extensively used as a trade route between Kalyan and Junnar. Literally, the name nane means "coin" and ghat means "pass". The name is given because this path was used as a tollbooth to collect toll from traders crossing the hills.
Nanacha Angtha is the highest point at 350 ft from Naneghat Cave, which gives awesome view of Surrounding.
What is included in the tour
- Dadar to Dadar travelling by Non AC push Back
- Sun Breakfast.
- Sun Lunch
- Best memories.
What is NOT included in the tour
- Extra food (Private Orders),
- Personal Expenditure of any kind,
- INSURANCE Coverage,
- Any other charges not specifically mention in “Cost includes”.
- Trek to Nimgiri and Hanumnatgad
- Visit Naneghat Fort
11.00 pm: Dadar TT - Pritam Da Dhaba
11.30 pm: Nahur (Bhadup Pumping Stop)
12.00 am: Kalyan-Bhivandi Bypass
12.15 am: Shahad
04.00 am: Reach at base
06.00 am: Start Trek To Nimgiri & Hanumantgad
07.00 am: Enjoy Sunrise with a sip of Tea & Explore.
09.30 am: Reach base And have Breakfast.
10.30 pm: Start Journey to Naneghat.
11.50 pm: Reach Naneghat & Explore.
01.30 pm: Lunch & rest.
03.00 pm: Start return travelling.
08.00 pm: Reach at Dadar (tentavely)
- A proper two sided haversack to put all the things, So that one has hands free while trekking.
- One more small bag required while climbing (to carry water bottles, snacks and belongings)
- ID Proof
- Approx 3 Ltr Water
- Torch With Extra Batteries
- Some Snacks
- Should Wear Good Trekking Shoes, Canvas Shoes is advisable while climbing.
- Full Sleeve Shirt/T-Shirt & Full Pant.
- Carry Some Extra Cloths
- If you have any medical issue please carry your own medicine as we carry only First aid.
Cap, Sunglasses, Woolen Jacket, Camera , Avoid wearing Gold and other jewelry, mosquito’s repellent, Electoral / Energy powder, 2 Lemon, & 2 plastic bags for weight distribution.
Note: It’s totally self-responsibility to take care of things.
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