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Republic Day Special Trek To Harihar Fort By Kshitij Calling

Sat, 25 Jan 11:00PM - Sun, 26 Jan 5:00PM
Harihar Fort
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Kshitij Calling" Presents Republic Day Special One Day Trek to 'Harihar Fort' on 26th Jan 2020??.

Date: 26th Jan 2020 (Leaving on 25th Jan, Saturday Night)

GRADE: Medium

Endurance Level: Medium

Height of fort: 3676 Ft.

Location: Nirgudpada, Trimbak (Dist - Nashik)

Region: Igatpuri Range 

EVENT COST - 880/- per person (Non-Refundable)*

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Note - In case of occurrence of any natural calamities, if the event is cancelled, in such circumstances NO REFUND will be provided.

Register with payment only if you are sure. NO REFUND will be entertained on cancellations.

The Kshitij Calling reserves all the right to change/deviate/cancel the plans without prior notice. 

Last date for registering: 24th Jan 2020

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ABOUT Harihar Fort:

ABOUT Harihar Fort:

Harihar fort / Harshagad is a fort located in, Nashik, Maharashtra. It is an important fort in Nashik district and was constructed to look upon the trade route through Gonda Ghat. It receives many visitors because of its peculiar rock-cut steps. Harihar fort was built during the Yadava period. It was surrendered by Shahaji Raje Bhosale to Khan Zamam in 1636 along with Trymbak and other Poona forts. The fort was captured by Captain. Briggs in 1818 along with other 17 forts.

Harihar Fort is built on a triangular prism of rock. Its three faces and two edges are absolutely vertical (90 degrees). The third edge towards the west is inclined at an angle of 80 degrees. One metre wide rocky staircase is carved out for ascending & descending the fort. There are 117 steps in all. After the first rocky staircase, there is an overhang with a sheer drop. The view from the top is excellent. There is a small temple of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva on the plateau. A small pond is there in front of this temple. One of the vertical drops of the fort facing the Nirgudpada village is called 'Scottish Kada', perhaps because it was climbed for the first time in November 1986 by Doug Scott, the legendary Himalayan mountaineer.


Brief Itinerary:

Brief Itinerary:

Catch the CSMT-Kasara train on Saturday, 25th Jan as per the timings mentioned.

*(If you missed this train then you will miss the trek)*

10:50 PM - CST

10:57 PM - Byculla

11:05 PM - Dadar

11:13 PM - Kurla

11:18 PM - Ghatkopar

11:34 PM - Thane

11:57 PM - Dombivli

12:07 AM - Kalyan

12:21 AM - Titwala

12:41 AM - Asangaon

01:18 AM - Kasara

01:30 AM - Reporting Time at Kasara Railway Station Platform No. 04 (Ticket Counter)

01:45 AM - Move towards Base Village by Local Transport

04:00 AM - Reach Base Village & Relax for a while

06:00 AM - Breakfast & Tea

06:30 AM - Introduction Round

06:45 AM - Start trek towards Fort

08:45 AM - Reach on the top, Explore the fort and enjoy the view of surroundings.

10:30 AM - Start Descend Trek to Base Village.

12:00 PM - Reach Base Village, Take some rest and have Lunch.

1:30 PM - Start the Return Journey towards Kasara Station.


Cost Inclusions:

Cost Inclusions:

Transportation from Kasara - Base Village - Kasara by Private Vehicle.

Breakfast & Tea.


Safety and First Aid.

Guide & Professional Expertise charges.


Cost Exclusions:

Cost Exclusions:

# Any personal expense. 

# Items Not specified in the inclusion.


Things to carry:

Things to carry:

Identity Card (Must).

Good Trekking Shoes.

Track Pants only (No Jeans/Shorts).

Extra Pair of Socks / Clothes.

Water 2 litres must ( re-usable Water Bottle)

Electoral or Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D powder.

Dry Snacks (Dry Fruits, Biscuits, Film Cakes etc.)

Camera (Optional).

Personal Medicines those which you required usually.

Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.


Things Strictly Prohibited:

Things Strictly Prohibited:

- Plastic Plates or Use & Throw Plastic Things

- Smoking and Drinking Alcohol

- Littering


Map & Directions

Map & Directions
Harihar Fort Nashik, Maharashtra 422001, India
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