Why Kalsubai should be your next trekking destination?
Surrounded by lush green forests and fields, the trekking route towards Maharashtra's Highest Peak is a surreal experience for all the nature lovers and trek enthusiasts. Challenging yet fun-filled, trek towards the highest summit will test your patience and offer an amazing panoramic view of several more mountain ranges like Alang, Madangad, Kulang, Ratangad (south-west) and to the south Pabargad, Ghanchakkar & Harishchandragad. Also, attempting to climb the most wish-listed mountain in the Sahyadri offers a great sense of achievement for most of the trekking enthusiasts
For Mumbai: 01:30 am at Kasara Railway Station on 17th November 2019 (Saturday)
How to reach Kasara station! Catch Kasara fast local train leaving CST at 10:50 pm Train Timings: 10:50 pm CSMT (Saturday) 11:05 pm Dadar 11:18 pm Ghatkopar 11:34 pm Thane 11:57 pm Dombivali 12:07 pm Kalyan (Saturday) 01:18 pm Kasara
Please note: People may board the same train from their respective stations of convenience.
Missing the train is missing Kalsubai Peak Trek, no refund will be provided.
Pick-up locations: Kasara railway station (for Mumbai participants)
(Please arrive before 15 min at your pickup point to avoid getting late.)
Arrival: We will be back to Kasara railway station by 05:00 pm on 17th November 2019 (Sunday)
Itinerary: ~ Reach base village by 03:30 am (Sunday) ~ Group introduction & briefing about the trek ~ Start trek by 04:00 am ~ Reach top by 07:00 am ~ Enjoy mesmerizing sunrise from the top ~ Have breakfast ~ Start descend by 8:00 am ~ Reach base village by 11:00 am ~ Have a lunch ~ Wrap up by 12:30 pm & start the return journey ~ Disperse to our respective locations with amazing memories ~ Reach Kasara Railway Station by 3:00 pm (Timings may differ)
Transport from Kasara railway station
~ Breakfast tea
~ Lunch (veg only)
~ Expertise charges
~ Basic First Aid
~Anything that is not mentioned in the includes section
Things to carry
Things to carry
A big smile
Identity proof (must)
2 litres of Water (must)
Good trekking shoes (must)
Torch with Extra batteries (must)
Please wear full sleeves and full track pant this will protect from Summer Sun / Thorns / Insects / Prickles
Please carry personal sleeping material (mat) or sleeping bags or two bedsheets (one for bedding and one for covering) (for the overnight trek)
Carry enough snacks. Some ready to eat food like Plum cakes, biscuits, chikki, dry fruits, gul poli, boiled eggs, thepla, Paratha, etc. Avoid dried and salty items
DRY bag for your garbage
Cap, Rain cheater, poncho (Optional) for those who don't want to get wet (in monsoon)
Towel, Napkins, Extra Pair of clothes
Camera, Binoculars (Optional)
Electoral or Glucon D powder or ORS
Personal medicines if you need any.
A haversack to put in all the things to be carried, so that one has hands free while trekking.
1. Smoking, drinking alcohol, chewing tobacco is strictly prohibited throughout the trip.
2. These forests and environment are a symbol of pride for all of us. Hence, no littering of trash.
3. No Risky Selfies are allowed. Organisers reserve the right to decide which act/ photo pose is risky.
4. Listening to Music on Bluetooth speakers is not allowed as it disturbs the nearby ecosystem.
5. Sleeveless, low neck, figure-hugging shirts/tops, short pants, hot pants not allowed.
6. Trekking is specialist activity do not consider this as a picnic.
7. Feeding to wild animals is prohibited
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