Trekking near Mumbai: July 2017

Posted on :
13 July 2017
Posted on :
13 July 2017

Do you hear the wind rustling the leaves, the chirping of the birds, the trickling of streams and it all feels in step with your heartbeat.  Head outdoors to experience all this and more - Get Trekking near Mumbai this July.

1. Monsoon Trek To Andharban By Trek India

Andharban, which literally translates to ‘Dark Forest’, lives up to its name. A 13 kilometer jungle stretch located in the midst of Tamhini ghat, The best time to visit this place is during monsoon or post monsoon. In this trek, it takes around 4-5 hours to descend and we shall be walking on a ridge offering an awesome view of the Kundalika Valley, Bhira dam and the mountain ranges of Tamhinighat.

Sat, 15 Jul 2017 10:00PM - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 9:30PM |  Andharban (Outside Mumbai)

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2. Waterfall Rappelling - Kondhane Caves By Bhatkanti Maharashtrachi

Kondana Waterfall is situated near Kondana Caves near Karjat. It’s a waterfall based on the way towards Rajmachi trek via Karjat. Height being of 90 feet it gives a thrilling experience to the participants willing to Rappel from here. The activity is perfectly suitable place for families and corporate also as it offers multiple reasons to explore like trekking through dense forest, Bird watching on the way, Historic Buddhist Caves, Yummy local food, Waterfalls Enroute to have fun and of course the adrenaline rush of Rappelling through the waterfall. Rappelling or Abseiling is a technique used for controlled descending down from a rock patch or slope.

Sun, 16 Jul 2017 5:30AM - 5:30PM | Konadana caves (Outside Mumbai)

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3. One day Monsoon trek to Lohagad By Adventure Geek Explore the Unexplored  

One of the easiest fort treks in the Sahyadris, Lohagad is a promising adventure nevertheless. Its sturdy walls, gigantic gates and stone-cut stairs form a unique design that can be observed from above. The ‘Vinchu kata’ or the scorpion’s tail-like structure of the fort is what sets it apart from other forts in the vicinity. Ancient Buddhist caves of Malawli and Bhaje can be seen on the way to the fort. Other than this, the fort also has a Durgaah and a Laxmi Kothi that can be explored.Lohagad Fort is situated in Lonavala and can be accessible after a trek from its base village- Lohagadwadi.

Sun, 16 Jul 2017 6:00AM - 6:00PM | Pawna Lake , Mumbai

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4. Trek To Kalsubai By Small Steps Adventures

As one of the highest peaks along the western ghats in Maharashtra, Mt. Kalsubai stands as tall as 5400 ft. It is also proudly known as the Everest of Maharashtra. This place is also one of the most popular trekking spots , that also encourages wild-life enthusiasts. Dating back to the Cenozoic Era, the mountain is of solidified flood basalt. The mountain range lies within the Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wild-life Sanctuary, making this one of the best places for some great wildlife spotting during weekends or even for on a quick getaway. Trek to the peak and catch the sunrise.

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 10:50PM - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 3:00PM | Kalsubai (Outside Mumbai)

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5. Bhimashankar Trek By Eightydegree Adventure Sports

Bhimashankar which is situated at the end of the Sahyadri range is equally famous among trekkers and pilgrims. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva in India. The stone carved temple at around 3290 feet high and the feeling of being lost in the wilderness has made Bhimashankar a major trekking destination.A wide variety of flora and fauna is found in the dense forest of Bhimashankar which is also a source of river Bhima. Bhimashanakar is also a reserved sanctuary in the state of Maharashtra.

Sun, 23 Jul 2017 3:00AM - 6:00PM | Bhimashankar (Outside Mumbai)

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6. Trek to Highest Point in Mumbai by Mumbai Trekizens

We at the 'Mumbai Trekizens ' are very excited to take you to a trek up to the highest point in Mumbai, right inside Sanjay Gandhi National Park…. The highest point trail to Jambhulmal (with a staggering height of 468 meters or 1535 feet above sea level) from the Kanheri Caves is one of the most inaccessible trails of the Park. Discover the dense forests that are right in your neighborhood, so come along as we walk through a restricted forest area that boasts of many beautiful trees, flowers, birds and wild fruits. Imagine the surreal panoramic view of the 3 lakes viz. Tulsi, Vihar and Powai against the backdrop of the city spread in front of you.

Sun, 23 Jul 2017 7:00AM - 5:30PM | Jambhulmal (Outside Mumbai)

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7. Amazing Garbett Point Monsoon Trek By Ramblers India

Garbett point trek is one of the most beautiful treks in Matheran, The trek starts from Dhom Lake followed by waterfall and passing through rivulets. We start out trek from Bhivpuri road station & finish up at Matheran Taxi Stand. The moderate trek is approximately 12 k.m, and ascending takes about 4 hours. 

Sat, 29 Jul 2017 9:30AM - 7:30PM | Garbett Platue , Mumbai 

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8. One Day Trek To One Tree Hill, Matheran By Small Steps Adventures 

One Tree Hill is a rare trek that is so close to the city, yet untouched and serene. The trail is easy and can be attempted by trekkers of all age groups, during any season. Each season brings in a different flavour and a vivid experience Midway through the trail near the end of the thick forest, you come across a mass of boulders and rocks into which the trail disappears. This is known as Shivaji Steps or the Shivaji Ladder. According to local legend, Shivaji rode up this route on horseback. From here, it’s 500m to the top, up a stream bed that’s dry except during the monsoon.

Sun, 30 Jul 2017 8:00AM - 5:00PM | Matheran (Outside Mumbai)

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