One Day Trek to Tringalwadi

Trek to Tringalwadi...!!!

Place: Tringalwadi

Type: Sahyadri

Endurance: Medium

Difficulty: Easy

Activities: Trekking

Cost: Rs.650.00


Categories:

Western Ghats

Trekking

Sahyadri

Tags:

TMI

TREK MATES INDIA

TREK NEAR MUMBAI

ONE DAY EVENT

Trek Near Nashik

Nashik



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Meeting Point : Kasara Station @ 9:00 am
We will start with the CST - Kasara Fast Local (Time table given below)
We will proceed to the base village by Local Transport 
Breakfast enroute.
Reach Base Village by 11.00 am,
Start the trek by 11.30 am.
Reach the top by 1.30 pm
Lunch, Fort exploration and Start descending by 3.30pm.
Reach Base Village by 4 : 30pm
Reach back to Kasara by 5.30 pm.
We return to Mumbai by 7 - 8 pm tentatively.

• Identity Proof
• A bottle of water (Minimum 2 Ltrs),
• Medicine those if u require usually (Optional)
• A good trekking shoes
• A plate
• Mug
• Spoon
• Camera
• Cap
• Some ready to eat food
• Plum cakes
• Biscuits etc.
• Lunch for the day
• extra pair of socks
• Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.
• One Packets of Energy Drink like Glucon D or Electral,
• Note: It is very important that you line the inside of your bags with a big polythene sheet. Doing so will ensure, that in the event of rain, even though your bag may get wet, your clothes will still remain dry!

Travelling from Kasara to Kasara by Public Transport,
Breakfast & Evening Tea
TMI Empertise

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

By Air

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By Train

 

We will start with the CST - Kasara Fast Local (Time table given below)

CSTM : 06:55 AM
BYCULLA : 07:02 AM
DADAR : 07:08 AM
KURLA : 07:15 AM
GHATKOPAR : 07:19 AM
THANE : 07:34 AM
DOMBIVLI : 07:47 AM
KALYAN : 07:55 AM
TITWALA : 08:10 AM
ASANGAON : 08:34 AM
KASARA : 09:08 AM

 

By Road

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Description

Tringalwadi:-
The exact period of construction of this fort is not known, however, by virtue of ‘Jain caves’ near the foothills, one can roughly estimate the fort to be in existence since 10th century. Also there is no evidence regarding the period during which it was under control of Marathas, however, during the year 1688; Mughals took control over the fort by perfidy.On the Top from the devastated castle leads us further ahead to the secret doorway of the fort after taking a right turn from the same path, one has to climb down to reach this door. Further down step one can notice the door being carved within a single sheet of rock. On its right hand side one can see a statue of Lord Hanuman, about 6-7 feet high. A carved step on the mountain ahead leads to the top of the fort.
A beautiful Goddess Temple makes it picture perfect.
 



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