There are several small trekking routes in the range of Sahadri of Western Ghat Mountains surrounding Mumbai, which can be completed in one day or one and a half days. One of them is Naneghat. It is estimated that 200 years ago, a passage built by the Satavahana state, which used to connect the mainland to the east side of the Western Ghats along with the seaports of the subcontinent. The road built on the hills is now a drought-like state. The road at the monsoon turns into a waterfall. It is 120km from Mumbai. You can go to private cars. Or with any group Last year, on August 27, this little tray was one day. We could not take more pictures in the rain. Share some images and a video.
FAQS about trek:
1. What is the itinerary of the trek:
Answer: You can reach the starting point by private car from Pune or Mumbai. It will take approximately 3 hrs. Alternatively, you can go with some trek organizer.
2. What is the best time for this trek
3. What are the challenges that you face in this trek?
Answer: Rocks become slippery due to water flowing on it
4. What type of shoes/Clothes did you require for this trek? (Any Technical)
Answer: Must carry raincoats, or waterproof jackets. Shoes must have a rubber sole, not PU sole.
5. Any memorable incident in this trek?
Answer: Feeling like walking through a waterfall
6. How you prepare the trek?
Answer: Carry at least 3 litres of water. Should carry light food. You can use trekking poles. There is a hut at the top where you can have your lunch.
7. What are the risks in the trek? (if any)
Answer: Should be careful about slippery rocks.
8. What are the medicines you take for the trek? (if Any)
Answer: N/A. Low altitude trek.
If you are lucky, then you can see reverse waterfalls at the top. If the sky is clear then you can see Jivdhan fort and the famous Harishchandragad fort from the top.