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Best Trekking Activities In Junnar

 
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  • 01Trek to Naneghat from Mumbai

    Trek to Naneghat from Mumbai
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    About the Activity:

    • Fixed Departure: August 21, 2016
    • Adventure comes calling at Naneghat, a mountain pass in the serene Western Ghats.
    • The rugged trails lead you through untouched, placid patches of nature.
    • Start your tour the previous night from Kalyan Bus Depot at around 10 PM and reach the base village late night.
    • At around 7 AM freshen up and start your trek after a delicious breakfast, which will last for 2 to 2.5 hours. 
    • After reaching the top, stroll around the area, relax and have your delicious lunch and start your descend at around 1 PM, reaching the base village by 3 PM. 
    • During the trek explore the ancient caves that date back to the Satavahana era and be taken by the fascinating inscriptions.
    • Start your journey for Mumbai at around 4 PM, reaching Kalyan by 5 PM and Dadar by 6.30 PM, depending on the traffic.



  • 02Trek to Naneghat Caves in Junnar, Pune

    Trek to Naneghat Caves in Junnar, Pune
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    About the Activity:

    Naneghat is one the most well-known passes of its time. Literally, the name nane means "coin" and ghat means "pass". The name is given because this path was used as a tollbooth to collect toll from traders crossing the hills.This sheer cliff is a well know landmark, very clearly visible from Konkan region as you pass on your way from Kalyan towards Malshej. The walls of this pass come out from the main range and hence command a magnificent view of the great bend in the Sahayadri. This is a pass, which once in history, enjoyed prime importance. The inscriptions, the steps, the rock-cut rest houses, and the cisterns all point out the historic fact that this route was frequently used as far back as the 1st century B.C. The Naneghat area and the caves are now very popular due to an easy access from Malshej ghat road.