One Day Trek to Dhodap Fort

The fort played an important role during the Peshwa period...!!!

Place: Dhodap

Type: Sahyadri

Endurance: Medium

Difficulty: Medium

Activities: Trekking

Cost: Rs.1200.00


Western Ghats



Winter Trek




One Day Trek





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Day 0: 
Meeting Point: Kasara Railway Station 03.00AM @ Platform No. 01 (Near Ticket Counter)
We will be starting with the CST - Kasara 12:15 AM Slow Local (Refer Travel Help Details).
People may board the same train from the station of their convenience and meet us station directly.

Day 1: 
Reach Base Village Kanherwadi @ 06.00 am Approx
Breakfast @ 06.30 am
Start Trek @ 07.00 am
Reach Top @ 09.30 am
Post Explore the Fort Start Descend by 10:30AM
Reach Base Village Hatti by 01:00PM
Lunch Post Lunch
Start Return Journey by 02:00PM
Reach Kasara by 05:00PM
Reach Mumbai by 08:00PM

• Torch
• warm jacket (compulsory)
• A bottle of water (Minimum 2 Ltrs),
• warm clothes (compulsory)
• Medicine those if u require usually (Optional)
• A good trekking shoes
• A plate
• Camera
• Cap
• Some ready to eat food
• Plum cakes
• Biscuits etc.
• Pleases do not carry sling bags

Transportation from Kasara to kasara
Food ( Lunch, Breakfast &  Evening refreshments).
TMI Expertise Charges

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

By Air


By Train

Train Timing
CSMT - KASARA Slow Local
CSMT - 12:15 am
Byculla - 12:23 am
Dadar - 12:33 am
Kurla - 12:43 am
Ghatkopar - 12:49 am
Thane - 01:09 am
Dombivli - 01:32 am
Kalyan - 01:43 am
Titwala - 01:56 am
Asangaon - 02:16 am
Kasara - 03:00 am

By Road



Dhodap Fort :-
The fort played an important role during the Peshwa period. It was here that Raghobadada Peshwa hatched a plot against Madhavrao Peshwa. During return travel from the second invasion from Surat, Ch. Shivaji had visited here, presumably for keeping the treasure. A few days later, the battle of Dindori took place. The top of the fort was built using a combination of dressed stone and brickwork. There is a tank with an idol of Lord Hanuman and a tunnel 5m wide. The fort has a pointed cliff named Shembi. One can find caves at the base. One end of the fort shows a domical structure. The eastern face shows a fearsome cliff named Ikhara which is ideal for rock climbers. One temple situated in one of the caves is in good condition. A few other caves are also seen around and are quite big in size. Also the trunk of Dhodap fort is in good condition. One of the most interesting things is that there is a "cow of stone" moving inside this hill. It's heard by the peoples in the nearby villages that on every Vasubaras, this cow moves inside by the distance of four grains.


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