One Day Trek to Bhaskargad Fort

A Beautiful Point Heritage Point In Tryambak Region...!!!

Place: Bhaskargad Fort

Type: Sahyadri

Endurance: Low

Difficulty: Easy

Activities: Trekking

Cost: Rs.1200.00


Western Ghats



Monsoon Trek








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Day 0: 
We will start with the CST - Kasara Fast Local (Time table given below)
People may board the same local from the station of their convenience and meet us in the train
directly. (Get into the second boggy from CST side)

Day 1:
We will proceed to the base village by Local Transport
Reach Base Village by 4 am.
Rest at Base Village
Breakfast at the base village
Start the trek by 6:00 am.
Reach the top by 9:00 am
Fort exploration and Start descending by 11:00 am
Reach Base Village by 01:00 pm
Lunch at the Base Village
Reach Kasara by 5 pm.
We will be returning to Mumbai by 7 pm.

• Torch
• Identity Proof
• A bottle of water (Minimum 2 Ltrs),
• Windcheaters
• Medicine those if u require usually (Optional)
• Some ready to eat food
• Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.

Transportation from Kasara to Kasara
Breakfast, Lunch and Evening Refreshments (Tea / Coffee) 
Guide and TMI Expertise Charges.

Mineral water, Softdrinks etc.
Anything other than above mentioned inclusions

By Air


By Train

CST - Kasara Fast Local (Time table given below):-

CST 10:50 pm
Byculla 10:57 pm
Dadar 11:05 pm
Kurla 11:13 pm
Ghatkopar 11:18 pm
Mulund 11:30 pm
Thane 11:34 pm
Dombivli 11:57 pm
Kalyan 12:07 am
Titwala 12:21 am
Asangaon 12:41 am
Kasara 1:18 am

Trekmates are requested to take return ticket till Kasara by their own.
Board the second last compartment from Kasara side which is the second one from CST side.
Everybody will board the same local and we can meet in the train itself.

By Road



Bhaskargad :-
Bhaskargad Fort is a located 48 km from Igatpuri, Nashik district,of Maharashtra. This fort is one of the fort in Trimbak hill range. This fort is near to the Harihar fort. This fort was built during the period of Yadava of Deogiri. It was under control of Yadavas from 1279 to 1308. It was later under the control of Bahamani Sultanate followed by Nizamshahi of Ahmednagar. In 1629 Shahaji Raje revolted against the Mohammed Adil Shah of Bijapur and the fort was captured by him. This fort was again captured by Adil Shah after the surrender of Shahaji at Mahuli Fort.There is one main gate on the main entrance path of the fort. The main entrance gate and the rock-cut steps are carved in the same rock. There is a rock-cut water cistern on the fort. There is a rough idols of Veer Maruti on the fort. It takes about half an hour to visit all places on the fort.


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