Time Required : 1 day
Hadsar is a hill fort in the state of Maharashtra. It is situated at an elevation of 3200 feet from the ground in the district of Pune. Within the fort there are massive tunnel like entrances built in the Mughal style.
There are neat, rock-cut steps which lead up to these twin gates. Besides, there are cisterns of water and water tanks within the sparse fortifications. There is a Shiva temple atop the fort and a pond facing it. The citadel also has vast underground chambers which were used probably as storerooms. The Shiva temple has stone carvings of Ganesh and Hanuman on its corners.
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 frequently from Kalyan to Junnar which is a good 125 kilometres distance. From Junnar, local transport is available to the base village of Hadsar. Kalyan is well connected with the major cities of Maharashtra through road services.
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Approx trek time : 5-6 hours
Availability of Night Trek : Available
Base Camp : Hadsar village
Days required for the trek : 1.5-2 hours
Difficulty level : Easy to Medium
Height above sea level : 3200 feet
Nearest Airport : Mumbai
Nearest Railhead : Kalyan
Region : Sahyadris
Starting point of trek : From the base village of Hadsar
Type : Hill fort
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