Must-do Storm Treks Around Mumbai

June 2018

Get into travel togs and prepare for some experience. With the climate playing host, here are five must-do rainstorm treks around Mumbai.

It's the stuff trekkers would love - rain-soaked vistas, cool moving slopes and the twirling fog - for this season nature offers the best spots to go on a climb around the city. Sounds great? Read on…

Treks Around Mumbai
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Takmak post

Where: Vasai

Going up a slope from the town of Sakwar, the trail leads through some wilderness foliage. A short stroll from that point and one happens upon the stronghold. "It's a beautiful place, provincial and secured by grass. Inside the fort one can discover obsolete antiquities, water reservoirs and a gun, a genuine disclosure for the normal, fatigued city soul. A lot of understudies agree to accept this climb," says Seema Bhide of Freespirit.

Gambhirnath Caves

Where: Close to the Beed town close Karjat

The trail begins at Beed. The landscape is level at the beginning as trekkers must stroll through a town, cross the odd stream and scores of developed fields. The geology changes once the steady climb begins as one goes past Mumbai- Pune railway tracks, a couple of passages lastly to a flight of steps that prompts the hollows. "The most intriguing purpose of the trek is the passage to the holes where trekkers should creep to achieve the feet of the Gambhirnath," includes Bhide.

Malshej Ghat

Where: To achieve, take NH3 to Bhiwandi and turn towards Murbad

The green mountain pass of Malshej Ghat is a mainstream spot with explorers and picnickers, particularly amid this season with nature being taking care of business. Intriguing transient flamingoes pick Malshej as their storm house. The Shivneri Fort (approx 40 kms) is close by. "Trekkers will appreciate the waterfalls and haze that covers the area. When you are finished with the trek, unwind, have a hot bhutta and appreciate the atmosphere," says Kasbe.

Korigad Fort

Where: Near Aamby Valley

This slope stronghold in Aamby Valley is a post with forest area encompassing it. "At about 3,050 feet above ocean level it makes for a cool and exquisite getaway," says travel expert Shailesh Kasbe, including, "To arrive, essentially set out from Lonavla to the town of Shahpur utilizing any accessible methods for transport, and continue by foot to the fortress through tough slopes and backwoods. To rise the post, ascend make the arrangement of strides (around 100 of them), which take around 45 minutes to climb. You will see a Ganesh Temple and a couple of little gives in while in transit to the highest point of the mountain."

Lohagad Fort

Where: Near Lonavala

The twin fortifications of Lohagad and Vispur are outwardly staggering. Says travel co-ordinator Jitesh Haria of Wild Escapes, "One can either take the climbing course, that begins from Bhaje (trek takes around two hours) or take the driving course that goes specifically to the base of the fortress, from here its fair takes around 15 minutes to achieve the best. Once on you will go over a tomb, a man-made lake and a long extend of greenery that looks like the tail of the scorpion, called vinsu individualized structure."

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