Kalsubai with its towering height of 5400ft, recognized as the highest peak of Maharashtra. It is situated on the Kalsubai mountain range which is an offshoot range from main Sahyadri range and rung from west to east. The name of this mountain range has been derived from the name of Kalsubai peak itself. This entire range is amazing from the trekking point of view. Though small in length, this range has some of the tallest peaks and toughest forts. Starting from west to east this range contains Kulang, Madan, Alang forts. Top of Kalsubai peak gives an excellent view of all these forts.
Kalsubai, though the highest peak, from trekking point of view it is easy. The peak has a temple and to visit this temple many people trek to the top. So for sake of such pilgrim trekkers, government and local villagers have made the route easy and safe by putting ladders and staircase wherever necessary. So reaching to the top is just a test of your stamina and not mountaineering skill. But once you reach the top then you get an absolutely uninterrupted view of the surrounding.
Day 1st - Saturday, 15 June 201 9
10:00 PM - Meeting Chitra Cinema, Dadar.
11:00 PM - Journey Start by private vehicle.
05:00 AM - Reach Bari Village.
05:00 AM - Refreshment, Breakfast & Tea.
05:30 AM - Introduction & Instructions.
06:00 AM - Start to ascend towards Kalsubai Peak.
10:30 AM - Explore the Peak, Photography.
12:00 PM - Start Descend back to the base.
04:00 PM - Lunch.
05:00 PM - Happy Ending and start our journey back to Mumbai.
09:30 PM - Reach Mumbai.
• Transportation from Mumbai to Kalsubai and return journey by Private Vehicle.
• Guide Charges
• BMF Expertise
• First Aid
• Mineral Water
• Anything not mentioned in the above inclusion list
THINGS TO CARRY
• Identity Proof (must)
• Torch with an extra battery (must)
• A bottle of water (At least 3 Liters)
• Some ready to eat food, Plum Cakes, Biscuits, etc.
• Personal Care Medicine those which u require usually.
• A good trekking shoes, extra pair of socks.
• Extra pair of clothes, Rain Coat, Wind Cheater, etc.
• A haversack to put in all the things to be carried, so that one has one's hands-free while trekking.