6 Breathtaking Fort Treks In Maharashtra 6 Breathtaking Fort Treks In Maharashtra


Hindustan Times


By Neha Yadav
Published Apr 26, 2023

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6 Breathtaking Fort Treks In Maharashtra

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Here are 6 mesmerising fort treks you must experience in Maharashtra

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Lohagad Fort trek

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Located near Lonavala, this fort has one of the best trekking routes in Maharashtra. It used to be a strategic trade route for the Maratha Kings. A trek to the top of this fort is ideal for beginners

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Harishchandragad Fort trek

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This fort is situated at an altitude of 4650 ft from sea level and offers an amazing trekking experience. One can witness caves, temples and scenic sunrise and sunset views during the trek

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Rajmachi Fort trek

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Nestled in between Lonavala and Karjat, this fort offers one of the best views to trekkers. One needs to climb two forts- Shrivardhan and Manaranjan that are surrounded by lush green mountains

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Raigad Fort trek

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Raigad Fort is situated in the Raigad district of Maharashtra with over 1700 steps. It is surrounded by a beautiful valley and offers mesmerising views of the Sahyadri mountains to trekkers

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Ratangad Fort trek

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This fort is situated in the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra in the Ajoba mountain range. It offers stunning views of mountain ranges such as Kulang, Katarabai, Alang, etc 

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Karnala Fort trek

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This fort is also situated in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, currently protected inside the Karnala Bird Sanctuary. It offers an excellent trekking route ideal for birdwatching

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