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WILD TREKATHON 2017 at Asheri Gad gives opportunity to compete in such a mystique adventurous environment and explore the tricky trails in the mountains. It is a competition with self. It is a challenge that tests you physically and mentally. This is an event which would put every quality of yours into application whether it is your patience or capability to make quick decision. Exploring nature in such a way and viewing the picturesque scenic beauty from the top gives a feeling of great accomplishment and re- energizes the body.
So come and explore this one of a kind event organized by Dahnu Forest Division and JFM Khadkawane near Palghar on NH 8 at Asheri Gad - one of the historic fort of Maharashtra.
Date : 08th October 2017
Time : 7.00 AM to 01.00 PM
Venue: Asherigad, khadkawane village, Palghar
(Google Map Location)
Reporting Point: Khadkona Village, 3 kms ahead of Chillar Fata, NH 8
Distance from Borivali, Mumbai : 75 Km
Distance from Manor, NH 8 : 11Km
Trek Distance : 3 ~ 4 Km approx
Participant is open to all.
Regular Entry : Rs. 250 /-
Students Entry : Rs. 100 /- for students (Special Discounts Offer for Students)
Snacks and Participation certificates for All.
All certificates are subjected to Rules given herein.
1) Participant must have to complete full trek in given time line (7.00 AM to 01.00 PM)
2) Participant must have to go through all check post.
1. Organisers decision will be final and binding.
2 Organisers reservers All the right to change/deviate/cancel the plans without prior notice.
3. Keep all area clean, don't spoil natures beauty.
4. Smoking and drinking strictly prohibited.
5. Please bring valid ID proof while attending the event.
About Fort Asherigad :
Asherigad is big brother of other forts in the Palghar region due to its massiveness and height. Raja Bhoj built the fort about 800 years ago. Raja Bimb, ruler of Mahim captured it from Kolis in the beginning of 14th century. Portuguese had a control of the fort in 1556 and made it the head of 38 villages. The fort was taken by Moghals in the mid of 17th century but again captured by Portuguese in 1683. With the battle of Mahim and Vasai in 1737, Chimaji Appa took over the control of the fort and it was under the rule of Marathas till 1818 then was handed over to Britishers.