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Night Trek to Garbett Point with Mumbai Mountain Hikers
Point is located near Matheran with a grand view of the plateau. The huge plateau gives a view of various waterfalls in the mountains. This place is also one of the top things to do in Matheran hill station and among most scenic places to visit near Mumbai. Garbett to Matheran trekking is very famous for adventure lovers from Mumbai and Pune. The trek starts from Diksal village. After walking for 5 minutes one can see the fields and the mountains are lush green with waterfalls all around. After crossing the stream, trekkers need to climb a steep hill till a nearby village. After a short steep climb from the village, one will reach the narrow Garbett plateau, which offers a panoramic view of the valley on both sides. From this plateau, a short steep ascend will lead to the Garbett Point Some Information about Trek Type: Trek Height: 2625 Feet Grade Medium Range: Matheran Base Village: Diksal
Travel Schedule Well be boarding the below train from the nearest local station. Train timings are shared below for convenience:
Khopoli Fast Local 09:58 pm CST 10:05 pm Byculla 10:11 pm Dadar 10:19 pm Kurla 10:23 pm Ghatkopar 10:39 pm Thane 10:51 pm Dombivli 11:02 pm Kalyan 11:36 pm Neral 11:43 pm Bhivpuri Road 11:53 pm Karjat Suppose you miss the train you will miss the trek. SO, make sure to reach the nearest station before time. Meeting Point: Bhivpuri Road Railway Station at 11:45 pm
Itinerary 12:15 am Reach Dhom Lake, Introduction round 06:00 am watch the sunrise at Garbett Plateau 08:00 am Reach Neral station and Have Morning Breakfast 10:00 am Reach Dadar
Things to carry Some ready to eat food like- plum cakes, fruits, chocolates, biscuits, etc 2 Litres of water must Torch with Extra Battery Bear Full sleeve T-shirt, trek pant and Jacket Sleeping bag/Bedsheet/Blanket Good trekking shoes Extra pair of clothes, socks optional Cap, Camera as Optional 1 packet of electrol, enerzal, glucon-D Medications if required for individual Avoid wearing precious ornaments on an event, if possible And a haversack or backpack to put all the above things to be carried, so hands are free to help each other while trekking. Sling bags / Jholas / trolley bags etc not allowed on the event. Please pack accordingly. The cost per head includes the following. Breakfast in the morning Tea in the morning Local guidance First aid in case required MMH administration charges if any
Cost Excludes All kinds of extra meals / soft drinks ordered. Insurance, tips, porters, bottled mineral water, aerated drinks etc. Any kind of personal expenses. Any kind of cost which is not mentioned in the cost includes above. All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like road blocks, bad weather.
-Participants suffering from a chronic condition like asthma, bronchitis, blood pressure, migraine, diabetes, joint pain, fracture, ask advice to family doctor before join Trek/any adventure activity. -Adventure activity (Trekking, Camping, Rappelling, Cycling) can be reason of harmful/dangerous/Disability/ Death. In case of any misshape happing; Mumbai Mountain Hiker will not be responsible -All participant should be careful for bag and own things. If anything misplaced group leader/ Mumbai mountain Hiker will not be responsible. -On the event trek leader decision will be final decision no argument will be entertain. It is always essential to warm up for a few minutes before beginning an exercise program/trek/hiking/any event. It is also required that a basic fitness test be conducted before deciding on the intensity of this event: The Flexibility and Cardio routines mentioned below may need to be modified for your particular requirement. The strength routines advised here do not mention the weight you will use for each event. The weight suitable for you; the repetitions and sets of each event that you will perform; your form and posture in the event; and the exercise progressions that you will make, are all important variables to prevent injuries.