Dear Friends We invite You to Sandhan Valley Trek & Camping With MumbaiRangers on 27 28 Feb 2016 Leaving 26 Feb Night
Sandhan Valley Trek is a unique experience combining adventure activities such as Rappelling and staying amidst nature. Sandhan valley is a water carved valley around 200 feet deep. Sandhan is located near beautiful Bhandardara region near village called Samrad. Samrad village and Sandhan Valley is surrounded by few more forts and scenic places.
Brilliant & deep narrow rock floored ravine between the two high walls of mountain range. At some places its width is less than 3 ft so that at some places sun rays unable to reach. So it’s called valley of shadow. It is accessible throughout the year except monsoon. To go at end side of gorge you have cross 2-3 water pools, water level changes according to seasons, in winter it is up to waist & in summer it is up to knee height. At the end of valley you get magnificent view of high cliffs & deep valley.
The Sandhan valley trek incorporates a rappelling experience and freehold rock climbing and descending. Technical support of experienced trekkers and all safety mountaineering equipment will be used for the event to ensure safety.
Sandhan Valley trek starts from Samrad village. Total trek includes rappelling and crossing pool of water and deep gorges and one of its kind of lifetime experience which you feel at end of the trek.
Day 0: Friday.
Catch the CST-Kasara train as per the timings mentioned.
10:50 pm – CST.
10:57 pm – Byculla.
11:05 pm – Dadar.
11:13 pm – Kurla.
11:18 pm – Ghatkopar.
11:34 pm – Thane.
11:57 pm – Dombivali.
12:07 am – Kalyan.
01:18 am – Kasara.
Day 1: Saturday.
01:30 am – Travel Samrad village by a Private Vehicle.
04:00 am – Reach Samrad Rest for sometime
06.00 am – Breakfast
07:00 am – Move towards the base exploring Sandhan Valley. Rappel down a few patches. Lunch mid way. (The route few small rappelling patches, the biggest one being 40-50ft approx and we have to go through water upto 4-5ft deep for approximately 30 meters on the way. This only adds to the thrill of the whole exploration.)
05:30 pm – Reach the Campsite Settle followed by food and campfire. End the day by a natural swimming pool under the open sky.
Day 2: Sunday.
06:30 am – Wake Up Call. Breakfast at the base.
08:00 am – Start trekking towards Dehene.
11:00 am – Reach Dehne. Lunch in Dehene.
02:00 pm – Move towards Asangaon.
04:00 pm – Reach Asangaon Station.
07:00 pm – Reach Dadar (Tentative).
Cost: Rs. 1600/- per person.
For Registration call us:
Amit Bhadouria: 9819299164
Nishant Sheth: 8879418581
Registration accepted only through phone call…
Important things to carry:
Water Bottle (3 ltrs)
Some snacks, biscuits, wafers, etc
Lunch for Saturday
Compulsory Torch with Extra batteries,
Sleeping Bag or Blankets
Electrol 1 pack
Medicines if required
Good Trekking shoes.
Transportation from Kasara to base village And Base village to Asangaon.
Meals on Saturday – Breakfast and Dinner
Meals on Sunday – Breakfast and Lunch.
Camping and Rappelling Charges.
Safety and First Aid.
Meals during travel
Lunch on Saturday
Personal expenses Insurance of any kind
Medical hospitalization, evacuation and related expenses
Any item not covered under “inclusions”
Smoking, Alcohol, Drugs, Narcotics and any kind of intoxication, firearms and gambling strictly prohibited. Please do not litter, we believe in the saying, “When you go to the mountain leave only your footprints and bring back only memories” The leader’s decision will be final and binding on all members.
No Arguments will be entertained. Hiking / Trekking / Rock climbing is an adventurous activity and accidents can happen in spite of taking utmost caution and care. The club will not be responsible for injury / accident / death to the participant while on trek.
Medical Disclaimer: It’s Important to be fit before going for Treks. It is Important to have a medical fitness check-up done. If suffering from any allergy or ailment, please bring prescribed medicines to prevent serious health problem including heatstroke, severe headache, cough, dehydration and hypothermia. Participants suffering from chronic conditions like asthma, bronchitis, blood pressure, migraine, diabetes etc. should take permission from their physicians before treks.