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Reverse Waterfall, Lonavala Overview

Lohagad Fort in Lonavala of Maharashtra might look like a normal man-made fort from the outside but it is home to a trekking path that leads to one of nature’s rarest phenomenons and some beautiful architecture. During monsoon, the water that runs off the hilltop takes a life of its own to fight against gravity and go back upwards with the help of high-pressure winds, aptly earning its name, The Reverse Waterfall

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How To Reach Reverse Waterfall

To find this gem of a place, the Reverse Waterfall, as trekkers and locals alike call it, take the train to Malavli Station and get to the village of Lohagadwadi at the base of Lohagad Fort and then trek to the Fort for about 3 hours and is the easiest way to reach the fort and the waterfall. If driving is your thing, the fort is just 3 hours away from Mumbai and 40 minutes away from Lonavala if you take the Mumbai-Pune express highway.     

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