Night Trek to Gorakhgad

Sunrise Special Trek...!!!

Place: Gorakhgad Fort

Type: Sahyadri

Endurance: Medium

Difficulty: Medium

Activities: Trekking

Cost: Rs.1200.00


Categories:

Western Ghats

Trek

Sahyadri

Tags:

TMI

TREK MATES INDIA

Murbad

Gorakhgad

NIGHT TREK

TREKKING NEAR MUMBAI



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Day 0: 
Meeting Point:  Kalyan Station platform no.1 at 11:30 pm
Start for Dehri by our Private Vehicle ( Jeep / Tum-Tum ).


Day 1:
Move to Dehri (Base Village) by Jeep/ST/Tumtum
Start trek by 3.30 am. 
Reach the caves till 6.30 am.
Explore the fort and start descend 9.30am
Reach base village have lunch ( Veg) 
start our back journey by Tumtum/ST/Jeep.
Reach Kalyan by 5.00pm. (approximately)

• Torch
• Identity Proof
• warm jacket (compulsory)
• A bottle of water (Minimum 2 Ltrs),
• warm clothes (compulsory)
• Medicine those if u require usually (Optional)
• Some ready to eat food
• Pleases do not carry sling bags
• Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.
• Warm Jacket to wear in the morning

Traveling from Kalyan to Kalyan by our Private Vehicle ( Jeep / Tum-Tum ).
Breakfast & Lunch ( veg )
TMI Expertise

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

By Air

Not Applicable

By Train

Not Applicable

By Road

Not Applicable

Description

GORAKHGAD FORT

Gorakhgad is a fort that can be done easily in a day, both from Mumbai and Pune. Though not famous for any historical events, Gorakhgad attracts trekkers due to its inviting pinnacles, which offer good opportunities for rock-climbing. This region of Gorakhgad and Machchindragad has a dense forest cover.

Fort Gorakhgad is quite small in size. It was having strategic importance during the reign of Shahaji Raje. However, no major battle is recorded to have taken place here. It was used in Shivaji’s era to patrol the nearby region and was used as a stopover station during the journey to Junnar via Naneghat. Though small in size, there is enough availability water and a lot of space for accommodation. The fort gets its name from Saint Gorakhnath, who performed his “Sadhana” in this place.



Batches

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