Dadar is one of the busiest hubs in Mumbai and can be reached by local train and bus.
The Everest of Maharashtra, Kalsubai is a must-do monsoon trek. It is the highest peak of the Sahyadris in Akole Taluka, of the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. The climb is challenging, especially during the monsoons when the winds are strong and the rocks are wet and mossy. The authorities have built iron bars to help those climbing, but you'll still be challenged by the weather. A moderately difficult trek, the effort is well rewarded with spectacular views from the peak.
Although many trekkers like to visit Kalsubai during the winter, it is absolutely spectacular during the monsoon. You'll be drenched in no time, but you'll be walking along a carpet of damp shrubs and twigs, seeing mist rolling in, and getting views that stretch into the horizon. Getting to the peak is the ultimate thrill, but there's also plenty to explore while you're there. You'll visit an ancient temple that can accommodate only 6 people at a time. Surrounding the peak is a panoramic view of the Bhandardhara Dam and forts such as the Ajoba, Ratangadh, Katrabai Wall, Naneghat and Jivdhan. You can spot the many peaks of the Sahyadri ranges from the highest vantage point.
Summit the Everest of Maharashtra. | Trek through moderately challenging terrain. | Take photographs of a stunning panoramic view of the Bhandardara dam and other peaks close by.
Meet at Dadar by 22:30 hrs, and board the bus. You'll spend most of the night on the bus, will reach Bari village by 04:30 hrs in the morning.
You will board the bus from Dadar for an overnight journey to Bari. Carry snacks and water for the journey. Keep a shawl or jacket to stay warm.
There are no meals provided today
No refund once payment is done.
No Litter Policy: Participants are requested to carry their own waste back home or dispose of it in dustbins at the base.
Consumption of alcoholic beverages/ drugs is not permitted while trekking.
Smoking is strictly prohibited while on the Kalsubai Peak trek.
Participants are required to stay in a group at all times with the trek leader in command.