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Spectacular trekking destinations around Pune including historic forts and enchanting mountain peaks
Located 38 km away from Pune, the historical Sinhagad Fort or the ‘Lion’s Fort’ is a popular destination for a refreshing weekend getaway.
Situated near Kamshet, the historical Tikona Fort, also known as Vitangad Fort is an immensely popular trekking destination.
Situated near Lonavala, the mighty hill fort of Lohagad is a famous historical site and popular trekking destination.
Originally known as Murumdev Fort, Rajgad Fort was the capital of the Maratha Empire under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj for almost 26 years.
Andharban is a beautiful dense forest situated near Tamhini Ghat and the Andharban trek is one of the exciting treks in the Sahyadri region.
The mighty Torna Fort is of great historic significance as it the first fort captured by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj at the age of 16.
Perched atop a plateau, Visapur Fort stands at an elevation of 3,556 meters above sea level and lies adjacent to its twin fort of Lohagad.
Tung Fort is hill fort situated near Pawna Dam. It is also known as Kathingad Fort as it was relatively difficult to climb ancient days.
A popular trekking destination, Irshalgad is a hill fortress and pinnacle situated about 15 km away from Panvel in Maharashtra’s Raigad District.
Situated near Pali, the hill fort of Sudhagad is popular trekking destination and also the site of the Bhoraidevi Temple.
A popular trekking destination, the historical Karnala Fort is situated near Panvel city, deep within the forests of the incredible Karnala Bird Sanctuary.
One of the most popular trekking destinations in Maharashtra, Naneghat is a beautiful mountain pass located near the town of Junnar.
Situated in Junnar taluka, the ancient Jivdhan Fort is one of the forts listed under the ‘Famous Five’ trek of the Sahyadris.
A small fort near Karjat, the impressive Kothaligad Fort is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Raigad district.
Situated in the Sahyadris near Malshej Ghat, Bhairavgad is a dike formation and one of the most adventurous treks in Maharashtra.
An ancient hill fortress situated near Junnar, Chavand is one of five forts that form Maharashtra’s ‘Famous 5 Trek’.
Situated near Mahabaleshwar, the historical Pratapgad Fort is the site of the ‘Battle of Pratapagad’. Today, it is a popular tourist destination.
The historical fort of Avchitgad is a popular trekking destination located in the Sahyadri Mountain Range near the city of Roha.
Gorakhgad Fort is an ancient fort and a popular trekking destination situated in Thane District.
At 4,500 feet, Ajobagad is one of the highest peaks in the Western Ghats and one of the most difficult treks in Maharashtra.
Harishchandragad is an ancient hill fort near Malshej Ghat and one of the most popular trekking destinations in Maharashtra.
Situated at an elevation of 5,400 feet, the famous Kalsubai Peak is the highest mountain peak of the Sahyadris, often called ‘the Everest of Maharashta’.
Located about 4255 feet above sea level, Ratangad is an ancient hill fort and a popular trekking destination situated near Bhandardara.
The small but historically significant Ramshej Fort is one of many forts situated in Nashik and is relatively easy to access.
Anjaneri Fort is located near Nashik in the mountain range of Nashik-Trimbakeshwar and is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman.
The toughest trek in the Sahyadris is at Alang, Madan and Kulang, three of the highest forts situated in the Western Ghats’ Kalsubai Range.
A popular trekking destination, the Harihar Fort is located in the Trimbak mountain range, about 57 km away from the hill station of Igatpuri.
Salota Fort is a hill fort situated in the Baglan region of Nashik. It is located on the hill adjacent to Salher Fort.
Salher Fort is the highest fort located in the Sahyadris and the Salher Mountain Peak is the second highest peak in Maharashtra after Kalsubai.
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