This 4-day trek to the three forts of Alang, Madan and Kulang is one of the toughest in the Sahyadri range. You will be passing through the dense forested area that makes this trail so hard, as well as scrambling over rocky pathways, climbing over rocks, and sleeping in caves at night. It's a true experience of the wilderness of the mighty Sahyadri. Adding to the challenge, you'll have to be prepared for cold weather during the night.
The trek to Alang, Madan and Kulang forts takes four days, during which you will be in one of the most difficult regions of the Sahyadri ranges. The slopes leading up to the fort are covered with forests. There are steep sections that require rock-climbing, and tricky narrow paths that need to be navigated carefully. As you trek, you'll discover ancient temples, natural water bodies, and mysterious caves. You can expect some gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, and some delightful chilly nights.
Trek to Alang, Madan and Kulang and explore three historic forts. | Conquer one of the toughest treks in the Sahyadri ranges. | Spend your nights in ancient caves. | Go rock-climbing en route to the forts.
Catch the 22:50 hrs local train from Mumbai CST to Kasara. Overnight in transit.
The night will be spent in the train and the bus.
Tonight you'll depart from Mumbai by train, and reach Kasara at 01:30. You'll be transported to Ambewadi, and can sleep there for two hours before the day begins. No meals are provided during transport, so please do carry your own snacks.
No meals provided today
For cancellations made 3 days or more before departure of the Alang, Madan and Kulang trek: 50% refund.
For cancellations made 0-3 days before departure of the Alang, Madan and Kulang trek: No refund.
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Travellers are required to adhere to the instructions of the trek leader during the trek to Alang, Madan and Kulang.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.
Consumption of liquor, drugs, tobacco products and cigarettes is strictly prohibited during the trek to Alang, Madan and Kulang.
Kasara is a small town located just on the outskirts of Mumbai. The easiest way to reach Kasara station is to take the slow Kasara train from Mumbai CST, at 10:50 pm. However there are 9 trains in all which connect Mumbai-Kasara. To reach Kasara by road is 101 kms, and taxis are available for transport.
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