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Mahuli Fort

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Mayur Shedage wrote a review Jan. 2020
Mumbai, India55 contributions9 helpful votes
Get to Asangaon and take the local ST bus till the base village. Share an auto option is also available.Get off the approach road. A little beyond the Hanuman temple is an inroad that leads to Mahuli. A small board also indicates the trek starts here. A well marked route is available till the summit. Some place its gradual climb. This trek also has a few steep gradient climbs. Around 90 minutes of trekking will get to a plateau which then bring you the iron ladder. An hour climb shall get you to chota Mahuli
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Date of experience: February 2019
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ADITYA wrote a review Dec. 2019
Mumbai, India45 contributions4 helpful votes
Exotic fort with strange pinnacles. This fort looks like a place straight out of Jurassic Park or Avatar, thanks to the strangely shaped pinnacles created by wind erosion over thousands of years. Close to Asangaon railway station on the suburban central railway, it should be on the bucket list of every trekker.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Harsh Shete wrote a review Dec. 2019
Mumbai, India3 contributions1 helpful vote
I visited the fort on 17 Nov 2019. I started with my friend Imam from Dadar on 16th Dec 2019 by 6 PM. Boarded train to Kasara. reached Asangaon Station around 8 PM. We already got number of Local guy Vilas Thakare (9309912730). He came with his bike and took us to his home near base village. We ate good Non Veg food and fall asleep by 10.30 pm. In morning we woke up at 6 Am and Vilasji took as to his makeshift hotel which is very close to trek start point. We had our breakfast there and started to trek around 7 Am. There at entrance to Mahuli fort we need to pay visiting fee to forest department(Rs 30 per head). We started trek. The atmosphere was pleasant. It took 2 hrs to reach The top of fort where saffron flags are hosted. After that we went up to see the remains of caves and fort Mahadwar. We there found some locals exploring Palasgad. We joined them and explored the Palasgad. It was difficult to find route and to climb the peak. The journey with locals was really enjoyable. Then we returned. Bid bye to locals and started our return jorney. Around 3 PM we reached the base. Then had lunch and returned to Asangaon Station. It was trek of easy grade with respect to risk and moderate with respect to endurance. It cost us 1500 for both including two meals , one breakfast lodging at night and transportation to and from Asangaon.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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223siraj wrote a review Sep. 2019
Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia1,156 contributions55 helpful votes
Mahuli fort having so many pinnacles and rockers thats why very popular from trekking destination and a paradise for rock climbers and experince an adventure fulled trek to fort Mahuli the highest point of this lush and green paradise.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Akshay wrote a review Aug. 2019
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The trek was closed due to land slides frequently happening. We visited on 10th Aug 2019, and got to know the trek was closed since 20 Jul 2019. Please check with someone before visiting. However even if the trek is closed you can only enjoy the waterfalls at the base of the trek starting point.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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