Naneghat is a hill fort in Maharashtra. It is situated at an elevation of 2600 feet from the ground in the Thane district of Maharashtra. The trek is famous more for its ancient pass than for the fort itself.
There are man-made caves at the top of the fort which can accommodate around 40-45 people at once.
There are reservoirs of water at the top, in addition to the water tanks. Carrying your own supply of water with you would be advisable.
Food is available in the base village. A local frmer runs a small snacks stall at the top of the fort. Local homemade snacks can be had from the shop.
1. Naneghat pass was made before the beginning of the Christian era. It is a place which has immense historical importance.
2. The pinnacle of the fort, which is shaped like a thumb, is a hugely popular tourist attraction as well.
Approx trek time : 3 - 3.5 hours
Availability of Night Trek : Available
Base Camp : Vaishakhare Village
Days required for the trek : 1 day
Difficulty level : Easy to Medium
Height above sea level : 2750 feet
Nearest Airport : Mumbai
Nearest Railhead : Kalyan
Starting point of trek :
Type : Hill fort
Rail: Kalyan is situated between Mumbai and Kasara rail line, and is therefore connected well with Gujarat, north and south India.The frequent availability of passenger trains provide an additional benefit in the form of hassle free conveyance.
Road: State terminal buses ply on a regular basis from Kalyan state terminal to Ahmednagar. The village of Vaishakhare is situated en route to Ahmednagar. Kalyan is well connected to Mumbai through the National Highways system.
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