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About Harihar fort
Height: 3676 ft
Harihar fort appears to be rectangular in shape from its base village. It 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 75 degrees. A one metre wide rocky staircase with niches in it is carved out for ascending & descending the fort. There are 117 steps in all. After you climb the first rocky staircase (main entrance) we walk thru below a overhang with a sheer drop. Again one has to climb a set of steep stairs (with niches), then pass thru a staircase inside the rock (like Peth-kothligad fort) and then reach the top of the fort. The viewfrom the top is excellent. After climbing these steps, we get up to the entrance door. The fort has got a tapering plateau with a raised level in the middle. There is a small temple of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva on the plateau. A small pond is there in front of this temple. Water from this pond can be used for drinking. Making headway from here we come across a palace having two rooms in it. 10 to 12 persons can be accommodated in this palace. 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 & took him two days to do the climb. This cliff is about 170 meters in height.
TRIMBAKGAD ( Brahmagiri) :
Height: ~ 4248 feets
Grade: Easy / Medium
Time: ~ Maximum 2 hrs from Trimbak / Max. 1 hrs from Brahmagiri
Trimbakeshwar Temple is perched on the picturesque lusting green Brahmagiri hills near Nasik in Maharashtra. River Godavari originates on this hill and flows though the Brahmagiri ranges.
Apart from religious significance, Trimbak fort played a part in the history. Ramchandra of Yadavas of Devgiri built it. In 1629, Mughal Emperor Shahjahan sent an army and after a long battles in the areas captured it in 1636. It remained with them till 1720 when it passed to Nijam who ruled it till 1752. The Marathas captured it then and Col. Mcdowell led the final attack against it in 1818 on 24th April. After a three hours firing the fort surrendered. The British conquered Trimbak and dismantled the fort. The Multani family of Karachi rebuilt the steps and a Dharmashala, which are now in use.
DURGBHANDAR:- It will be an over exaggerated statement if we say Durg BHandar as a fort. It resembles to be a watchtower, might be to pass signals or for storage purpose (As the name suggests). But what makes us to take a note of this tower is its strategic importance. It is located near Basgad and Harihar which are the fort in Trimbak range.
Pick up Point - Plus Valley Adventure Office, 3, Anand Complex, Alkapuri Society, Opp. Hotel Kinara, Above Bata Showroom, Vanaz Corner, Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune- 411029.
Pick up Time – 05.30 AM
Things to Carry –
1. Identity Proof (Compulsory)
2. A Rucksack to carry your luggage (NO Sling Bags, Side bags, Suitcases, trolley bags, Shabnam Bags etc.)
3. Preferably full sleeves clothes.
4. 3 liters of Water (compulsory)
5. Trekking shoes (Strictly No – Sandals/Floaters/Chappals)
6. Any personal medicine (As per your doctor’s Suggestion)
7. Camera, Binocular (Optional)
8. Torch with Extra pair of Batteries.
Day 1 – 8th October
05.30 am – Departure to Nashik
08.00 am – Enroute Breakfast
12.30 pm – Lunch At Trimbakeshwar
02.00 pm – Reach Base Village Harshwadi
02.30 pm – Start Trek to Harihar Fort
05.30 pm – Reach Top.
06.00 pm – Reach Harihar, Looking Sunset and Camping at Fort.
09.00 pm – Dinner
10.00 pm – Go to Sleep
Day 2 – 9th October
06.00 am – Wake up Call
06.30 am – Freshen Up, Tea
07.00 am – Down Towards Base Village
08.00 am – Base Village & Breakfast
08.30 am – Going Towards Bramhagiri.
09.00 am – Start Ascending Bramhagiri Fort.
10.30 am – Reach Top To Bramhagiri Fort.
11.30 am – Exploring Fort and Going Towards BhandarDurga Fort.
12.00 pm – Exploring Bhandardurga Fort.
01.30 pm – Desending Fort.
02.30 pm – Reach Trimbakeshwar & Lunch.
03.30 pm – Start Journey Towards Pune.
11.00 pm – Reached Pune
Activity Fees – INR 2200 /- Service Tax 4.5%
Pune to Pune Travel by Private Vehicle,
All food (Limited)
(Day 1 -Morning Breakfast, Lunch for Day, Evening Refreshments, Dinner,
Day 2 – Morning tea & Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Refreshments)
Experts to Trek with,
First Aid Kit.
Cold Drinks, Mineral Water, etc.
Private orders of any food.
Personal expenditure of any kind.
Medical expenses other than “First aid”.
Any other charges not specifically mentioned in "Fee Includes".
Payment Method -
1.Online on http://
2. In a Bank Account of Plus Valley Adventure.
Bank Details -
Account Name - Plus Valley Adventure.
A/c number - 915020032483908
Bank - Axis Bank LTD.
Branch - Paud Road
IFSC Code - UTIB0001894
(Note - Only Cheque deposits and NEFT transfers.
No cash deposit)
3. You can Pay the cash in our Office. Receipt will be given to you.
Address - Plus Valley Adventure Office, 3, Anand Complex, Alkapuri Society, Opp. Hotel Kinara, Above Bata Showroom, Vanaz Corner, Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune- 411029.
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Difficulty Level – Medium.
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