from/per person Rs 1,090
  • 2 Days


Description

Harihar fort is built on a triangular prism of rock. Its three faces and two edges are absolutely vertical (90 degrees). The third edge towards the west is inclined at an angle of 75 degrees. One metre wide rocky staircase is carved out for ascending & descending the fort. There are 117 steps in all. After the first rocky staircase there is an overhang with a sheer drop. The view from the top is excellent. There is a small temple of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva on the plateau. A small pond is there in front of this temple. One of the vertical drops of the fort facing the Nirgudpada village is called 'Scottish kada', perhaps because it was climbed for the first time in November 1986 by Doug Scott, the legendary Himalayan mountaineer.
Travel Itineray
00:00 - Catch 00:10 CST-Kasara slow local (Dadar-00:28, Thane-01:04)
02:45 – Reach Kasara. This is the final meeting point. Leave for base village of Harihar Fort by private vehicle
05:00 - Reach base village. Get fresh. Take breakfast & tea
06:00 - Start ascending fort
08:30 - Reach top & explore fort
10:00 - Start Descending
11:00 - Reach base village and leave for Kasara. Lunch at Dhaba on the way
14:00 - Reach Kasara & catch local to Mumbai


Inclusions

• Travelling from Kasara to base village and back
• Morning breakfast & tea
• Lunch


Exclusions

• Any personal expenses
• Picup & Drop
• Alcohol
• Any other charges not mentioned in "Includes"


Highlights

Harihar fort is built on a triangular prism of rock. Its three faces and two edges are absolutely vertical (90 degrees). The third edge towards the west is inclined at an angle of 75 degrees. One metre wide rocky staircase is carved out for ascending & descending the fort. There are 117 steps in all. After the first rocky staircase there is an overhang with a sheer drop. The view from the top is excellent. There is a small temple of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva on the plateau. A small pond is there in front of this temple. One of the vertical drops of the fort facing the Nirgudpada village is called 'Scottish kada', perhaps because it was climbed for the first time in November 1986 by Doug Scott, the legendary Himalayan mountaineer.

Elevation: 3676 feet
Grade: Medium


Additional Information

Things to carry:
At least 2 litres of drinking water (preferably in PET bottles)
Torches
Good trekking or sport shoes.
blankets
Raincoat, Bag cover etc.
We appreciate participants carrying juice packets and fruits like oranges, dates, pomegranate etc.
Terms & Conditions:-
Some tours require your original passport or Government ID (Pancard/Driving Licence/Aadhar Card), tripXOXO will not be responsible if you miss any tour where your passport or ID is mandatory.
tripXOXO reserves the rights to charge 100% No show charges if guest is not turning up on time for the pick up.
No refund for partly utilized services.
Due to any uncontrollable circumstances i.e. (traffic conditions, vehicle breakdowns, delay by other guests, weather circumstances) if the tour gets delayed or cancelled, tripXOXO will provide alternate options if possible.
Seating arrangement is done as per the availability & it is decided by Driver or Tour Guide.


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