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|About ALANG MADAN KULANG – AMK Adventure Trek:
AMK Stands for Alang – Madan – Kulang. Alang and Madan are one of the toughest treks in the Sahyadris. The steps to these forts were blasted off by the British in order to prevent revolutionaries gaining access to the top. Due to this the forts are quite well preserved. AMK Adventure Trek requires High endurance, each day a walk of 8 hours is needed to complete this trek in 3 days. AMK Adventure Trek is a perfect mixture of Trekking, Climbing, Rappelling, Traversing, Jungle Walk & of course unbelievable Satisfaction. So get ready for the exiting AMK Adventure Trek in Sahyadri!!!!!!!!!!!
Reporting at Explorers office.
Departure towards AMK Adventure Trek.
Reach Base Village. Have a Tea & Breakfast at base Village.
Start Trekking towards Alang Fort.
Have a packed Lunch in a Jungle.
Reach Ladder. After climbing ladder, start a breathtaking traverse of Alang Fort around one hour.
Reach Cave of Alang Fort. Take a Rest.
After Evening Tea Explore Alang fort with Team Explorers. Water tank system, sculptures, Carvings etc. Enjoy Sunset.
Dinner. Campfire & Antakshari.
Good Morning Bell!!!!!
After Morning Tea start Descending Alang fort with Rappelling. A small Traverse will take us towards Madan Fort via Madankhind.
Start Climbing Madan fort. Rock climbing with 100% Safety.
Explore Madan & start Descending the fort with Rappelling.
After Lunch Move towards Kulang with a thrilling traverse.
Reach Kulang. Evening at Leisure.
Cooking activity at Kulang Caves.
Good Morning Bell…
Tea & Biscuits
Explore Kulang with Team Explorers.
Enjoy the Bath on kulang fort.
Start Descending the Fort with long lasting Memories. Please try to keep the pace with the Group to reach early. No Water is available till the end. Keep all the water bottles filled with Water.
Reach Base. Get Fresh.
Start return journey towards Pune with Happy Memories. Dinner on the Way.
Reach Explorers Office. (We may come to Pune by + or – One Hour.)
“Leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time, and shoot nothing but photographs and bring back nothing but memories”