Hello Friends, We “21 BiKERSS ” are glad to invite you for a OFF ROAD BIKE RIDE TO RAJMACHI(Lonavala) & Ganpati Darshan" on 4TH MARCH,2012.

( Off Road Ride- There were planty of big stones, soil, deadly turns and slopes and sometime steep narrow path to ride on….in short there were no Roads )

Little info about the TREK
Type: Adventurous Bike Riding Event
Height: 3600 Feet above MSL (Approx)
Grade: Easy- medium (good biking skills required.)
District: Pune
Range: Lonavala
Date: 4th March,2012

Meeting Poing- sharp 7.00 am @ Panvel ST Stand

Details of the Trek
1) Introduction & Instruction Round
2) We will ride from PANVEL & Reach “MAHAD CHA GANPATI” 
3) Than ride towards Lonavala
4) Rest 
5) Final Ride towards RAJMACHI FORT ( Off Road Ride start )
6) Lunch, Rest & Explore the Fort
7) Back to Home Sweet Home

Cost For the Ride
1) Rs-150/ per head till 1st March,2012 & than onwards Rs-175/- ( which includes  Breakfast, refreshment,Begets & Administration charges of “21 TREKKERSS”)
2) Petrol & Maintenance cost should be settled by the bike owner & the person accompanying him.
3) In case of Singal Rider , petrol & maintenance cost should be settled alone ( 21 TEKKERSS will provide info about a willing participant who can accompany you )

Things To Be carried:
Personal Identification (Compulsory) --Bike’s Legal papers—Helmet-- A bottle of water-- Camera(Optional)—Cap-- Medicines those if u require usually (Optional)
Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.

CUT-OFF LIMIT- 21 Participants on first come first serves basis. Hurry Up & Confirm ur Booking…

For More Details & Registration
Swapnil – 9892388262

Pritesh- 9321189333

Note – "21 TREKKERSS" will not be responsible for any type of injuries including accidental death happened during the expedition. It would be participants own responsibility for the same."21 TREKKERSS" has full rights to change or alter the expedition subject to the conditions.

History of Rajmachi 
Rajmachi, a picturesque region consisting of two stubborn peaks namely Manaranjan and Shrivardhan, is a magnificent tourist destination in the state of Maharashtra, India. Rajmachi is famed for the fort and is near to the twin hill stations Khandala and Lonavala in Maharashtra. Shrivardhan is the biggest peak with a height of about 3000 feet and Manaranjan has an altitude of 2700 feet. There is a serene plateau between the peaks. Rajmachi has a verdant history as the part of many rulers and invaders of the country. The fort symbolizes the political turmoil Rajmachi witnessed.

The fort in Rajmachi can be considered as two forts, one each in both the peaks. The fort is constructed to have an overview of the konkan region down. Rajmachi is renowned for trekking; one can trek from the Tungarli Lake region to Rajmachi through the breathtaking rocky natural trek routes. The ancient caves known as Kondhavi enclosed by the Rajmachi fort offer a nice view of the ancient creative architecture on rocks.

Places to visit in Rajmachi
Manranjan Fort - West part of the Rajmachi fort is Manranjan Fort. Its construction was strong so that no enemy could destroy it easily. The fort was built to have a watch on the plateau down the Manranjan hills. The fort has three entrances and also has a water tank at the top of the peak.Presently the fort is in ruins and the government and local authorities are taking necessary steps to preserve this historical fort. The fort offers an excellent panoramic view of the plateau down. Fort is placed at the peak of the hill which is vibrant with thriving natural beauties

Shreevardhan Fort - Shreevardhan Fort, an ancient fort spotted with the history of Maratha rulers, is situated to the east region of Rajmachi town. The construction of the fort is in Martha style architecture and the imposing entrance of the Shreevardhan fort is in a semicircular shape. The fort is built at the pinnacle of one of the peaks in Rajamchi, so that one can view the movements of the downhill region. The view from the fort is breathtaking with wide greenish landscape and undulating hilly terrains.The fort encloses attractive Buddhist caves and two water tanks with plenty of water all through the year. Bhairavnath temple adds the attraction of the Shreevardhan fort.

Thanks & Regards,



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