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|The Sahyadri range extends in North – South direction along the Konkan coast. There are many mountain ranges that branch-off over several miles from the main Sahyadri mountain range. Beyond Poladpur, as we head towards Chiplun via Khed, we come across the forts of Rasalgad, Sumargad, and Mahipatgad. These forts lie in Jawali forest region Sumargad lies in between two forts, Rasalgad and Mahipatgad. This fort is covered by dense forest and also has a difficult route to climb. This may be the possible reason that the fort has lost its familiarity among the trekkers. Rasalgad, Sumargad and Mahipatgad mountain range is 12 miles to the east of Khed taluka and Mahipatgad which lies on the northern end of the hill range is the tallest among the three and spread on 200 acres of land.|
Report at SP College, Tilak Road. Give attendance to the Team Explorers.
Start journey towards Rasalgad.
Reach at base village rasalwadi. Get Fresh in a village. Toilets are not available in Village & Trek Route.
After briefing, immediately start trek towards Rasalgad, Keep your Unnecessary Luggage in a Vehicle. Have a Tea. Packed Breakfast will be distributed.
Reach at top of Rasalgad. Explore the fort.
Have Packed Breakfast.
Start descending to the fort.
Reach at base village, get fresh & Move towards Sumargad.
Start Trek towards Sumargad.
Reach the top of Sumargad. Explore the fort.
Start descending the fort.
Reach at base village. Tea & Snacks.
Tent Allotment. Sleeping Bags & Carry mats will be provided by Explorers.
Time to relax, Enjoy Campfire, Share your experience with others.
Wake up call by Explorers.
Get ready for the next trek to Mahipatgad.
Tea & Breakfast.
Move towards Mahipatgad.
Reach at Base village Dahivali..
After briefing, will immediately start the trek towards Mahipatgad.
Will reach at top of the fort. Explore the fort.
Lunch time. After Lunch start Descending the Fort.
Reach at base village. Start return journey towards Pune. Dinner on the way.
Reach Pune at SP College Tilak Road.
“Leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time, and shoot nothing but photographs and bring back nothing but memories”