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A beautiful hill station with its numerous lakes, waterfalls and mountains, Malshej Ghat is popular among hikers, trekkers and nature lovers.
Malshej Ghat is an ideal retreat from the clamor of city life and is a heaven abode full of natural beauty. With uncountable number of waterfalls to beautifully structured dams and steep, lofty forts, the ghat is a perfect place for nature lovers delight. This place is especially beautiful during monsoons and is one of the favorite weekend getaways for youngsters fromÊMumbai,ÊPuneÊand Thane. Harishchandragad fort is a fort in this area and is very popular among trekkers. The temples in this area dates back to 16th century AD and are great examples of architectural marvel. Malshej falls, the beautiful Pimpalgaon dam and Ajoba Hill fort are some of other attractions here which will be spellbinding for any tourist.
The best weekend getaway for those travellers whose budget is less yet expectations are high. Don’t worry, I am one of those. Malshej Ghat withholds trekking trails, waterfalls, lakes and historic forts. Amongst all the places to visit one should not miss the trek up to the Harishchandra fort and rock climbing in the lower waterfalls. The mulberries are well known fruit found specifically here.
The best place to visit during monsoon. Waterfalls are amazing. I was staying here for the best deal for 1500/- per person with food for 1 night. You can also checkout this place at www.dongresfarm.com for amazing stay.
- Wear sport shoes or non-slippery footwears for a safe trip to the ghat.
Extremely beautiful. Lush green. Less pollution.
High risk of landslides.
Malshej is a huge attraction for trekkers and photographers who wish to explore nature. The city is a popular weekend getaway for people from Pune and Mumbai who want to relax in a calm environment.
Mumbai, Thane and Pune are the major cities near Malshej Ghat. Kalyan is the nearest railway station, located just 85 km from Malshej Ghat. From Kalyan, one can take a taxi or a bus to reach Malshe... (Read More)
Answer: Yes, it's a perfect and adventurous place for tracking in monsoon... very enjoyable...
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