Trekking for Mumbai has become a weekend pastime, as they rush towards the hills to experience the beautiful scenes of hills in Mumbai. These trekking spots will provide a lot of learning and offer gazing and captivating views.
Here are 5 trekking places in Mumbai:
Kalsubai Trek is the highest peak located in the western Ghats of Maharashtra which is about 5400 ft. It is well known as the “Everest of Maharashtra”. The Sahyadri mountain range is home to the Kalsubai Trek, which is part of the Harishchandra gad wildlife reserve. The Kalsubai peak is the attraction for the local people, they come to take the blessings from Kalsubai devi.
The trek also offers some of the most panoramic view of the forts like Adang, Madan, Kulang and is surrounded by the lush greenery and huge mountain ranges. Its popularity stems from the fact that it is quite difficult; exploring it will give you a sense of accomplishment.. For all the nature lovers and trekking enthusiasts, this trek is definitely not to be missed.
Harishchandragad Trek is located in Ahmednagar district of India. It is one of the famous and the ancient high forts in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The height of the fort is about 4650 feet which has its own historical significance. The trek here gives you a stunning glimpse of the lush green valleys covered with a thick sheet of clouds.
You can also come across the temple of Harishchandreshwar and Konkan Kada which offers you a beautiful view of the region and the setting sun. Also The Taramati peak, is the topmost point on the fort which provides a scenic view of the place with the peaceful campsite. A trek to Harishchandragad fort in the Monsoon season is the best gateway to spend with your families and friends.
Sandhan Valley Trek:
Sandhan valley trek ” The Great Canyon” located in the Sahyadri region in Maharashtra is the highest point at 3000 ft (915 m) which is a combination of a canyon and a valley. it is popularly known as the valley of shadows. During the peak of the day, the sunlight doesn’t reach the ground of this valley which makes it an attractive trekking place.
For a challenging trek you don’t have to travel to the Himalayas since the western ghats have plenty to offer, then Sandhan valley is undoubtedly a great choice. The voyage of Sandhan valley starts from Samrad village which comprises rappelling and crossing pools of water. There are many beautiful camping sites which you might not see anywhere else in Maharashtra. This journey around Sandhan valley is very appealing and shall entice your heart and mind forever.
Kanheri Caves Trail:
it is Trail situation in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai. Caves is the most popular attraction in Mumbai. It is one of the easiest trail where you can walk through the dense forests with the alluring views of the park and at the end walk up a small cliff of the trail. the perfect weekend getaway for the local people and the travellers.
It will give you the opportunity to explore natural habitats as these forests have rich diversity of life forms. The astounding sight with the rare birds, lush greenery of jungle, rocky edge of mountain and oneness of nature will make you feel delightening. People having interest in the historical world should also visit this place. If enjoying and having positive vibes with good food, peace and safety.
Lohagad Fort is built close to the hill station of Lonavala Khandala and 52 km northwest of Pune at a height of 3,389 ft above sea level. In Marathi Lohagad Fort means “Iron Fort”. It is the best trekking place for beginners.
It is the offbeat destination that adds prestige to this big city, Mumbai.
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