Kasara railway station is easily accessible by means of rail and road. It is the final railway station on the central line of the Mumbai suburban railway network.
Participants coming from Pune can also reach Kasara by means of rail or road.
If you're looking for a real challenge, take on a 75-degree incline on this trek to Harihar Fort! The fort lies on a triangular rock, with the trail taking you up a steeply sloping staircase. In any season, this is a hard trek, but in the monsoon, the draining water, the forceful winds, and the moss-covered steps make this a thrilling adventure for even experienced trekkers. The 3,676 ft elevation gives you spectacular views all around, making for an unforgettable trip.
This fort is on the lists of every ambitious trekker in Maharashtra, and it gives you real bragging rights once done. The shape is a unique triangle, with a tapering plateau on top, and can be a challenge to conquer. At the top, there are some small temples, a pond, and some other ruins.
Trek to Harihar Fort and climb rough rock-cut stairs to reach the summit. | Brace yourself for a challenging trek through rain and wind. | Photograph stunning views from vantage points along the way. | Earn bragging rights for completing one of the steepest treks in Maharashtra.
Assemble at Kasara railway station by 07:45 hrs for a quick introduction session and breakfast. From here, you'll take a state transport bus or shared vehicle from Kasara to reach Nirgudpada. By around 10:15 hrs, you'll reach the base village and begin the trek. You should reach the top by 13:00 hrs., and you'll have plenty of time to explore the fort, take some photographs, and begin your descent. From the base village, you'll travel back to Kasara by a state transport bus or share cabs. Your trip ends here.
For cancellations made 3 days or more before departure of the Harihar Fort trek: 50% refund.
For cancellations made 0-3 days before departure of the Harihar Fort trek: No refund.
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Travellers are required to adhere to the instructions of the trek leader during the trek to Harihar Fort.
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 Harihar Fort.