Place: Kothaligad (Peth)
ONE DAY MONSOON TREK
TREKS NEAR MUMBAI
Meeting Point For Mumbai People :
We will be starting with the CST - Karjat Fast Local (Time table given below)
People may board the same Karjat train from the station of their convenience and meet us in the train directly. (Get into second boggy from CST side)
Meeting point For Pune people :Karjat Station at 8.15 am at west side ticket counter.
We will proceed to the base village by Local Transport (25 KM from Karjat Station)
Reach Base Village by 9.15am , Breakfast at base village.
Start the trek by 10.00 am.
Reach Pethechiwadi in next an hour.
Spend some time on platue; continue the trek.
Reach the top by 12.30pm
Lunch , Fort exploration and Start descending by 2pm.
Reach Base Village by 5.30pm
Reach back to Karjat by 7.00 pm.
We will be returning to Mumbai by 9-10 pm tentatively.
Transportation from Karjat to Karjat,
Breakfast and Evening refreshments (Tea / Coffee )
TMI Expertise Charges
Mineral water, Softdrinks etc.
Anything other than above mentioned inclusions
CST – Karjat Fast Local
CST – 06:10 am
Byculla – 06:18 am
Dadar – 06:24 am
Kurla – 06:31 am
Ghatkopar – 6:35 am
Thane – 6:50 am
Dombivali – 7:02 am
Kalyan – 7:10 am
Karjat – 8:00 am
Members are requested to take return ticket till Karjat by their own.
Board the second last compartment from Karjat side which is the second one from CST side.Everybody will board the same local and we meet in the train itself
Kothaligad is more commonly known as the fort of Peth because the village of Peth is situated at its base. The pinnacle of the Peth can be seen from the village. It looks like a filed surface. On reaching the top of the fort, we see caves carved in huge rocks. The first one is the cave of Goddess, besides which is awater cistern and the last one is the specious Bhairoba cave.A flat floor and well-sculpted pillars are specialty of the cave. Along the Bhairoba cave, steps are carved leading the pinnacle.
Four–Five potholes and some cannon balls are scattered in the fort. Kalwawantinicha Mahal, Nagfani, Siddhagad, Malanggad, Chanderi, Prabalgad, Manikgad, and Matheran all these surrounding historical places are visible from top of the fort Peth.