Dear Trekkers, Photographers & Nature Lovers,
The clouds have broken into thousand shining pearls of water , giving new tinge of green and new life to the parched land . The nature is bathed in the freshness of the new showers and welcomes you with renewed vigour and enthusiasm.
We at Trek O Phy, invite you to come together and witness the magic of nature this monsoon on Trek to Kothaligad.
Let's Capture the Memories together…
Date : 21 June 2015
Meeting Time : 06:00am SHARP on 21 June 2015 with , Karjat Return Ticket for 6:10 Karjat Local.
Meeting Point : CST Station 6:00am, Dadar 6:15am, Thane 6:30am, 7:00am at Kalyan
Charges : Rs. 550/- per person
Detail Plan :
06:10 - CST-Karjat (F) Local
08:00 - Karjat
09:00 - Base Village
09:30-9:30 - Getting fresh & breakfast
9:30- 12:30 - Trekking ( reach to top)
13:00-14:00 - Lunch brake
14:00-16:30 - Reach to base
16:30-17:30 - Evening snaks & getting fresh in river nearby
18:30 - Karjat Station for return jouney.
THINGS TO CARRY-
1. Compulsory - Good Footwear
2. Compulsory - Water (2 ltrs)
3. Compulsory - Lunch
4. Optional - Personal small medical kit (If requires)
5. Optional - Windcheater/Umbrella
6. Optional - Extra pair of clothes in Plastic bag
A haversack to put in all the things mentioned above
**In case you guys are carrying Digi-cam or Cell phone carry enough stock of small poly thin bags, to protect it from moisture.
Please pack your haversack with an extra polythene lining to protect the contents from rain.
Please avoid wearing gold and other valuable ornaments.
Contact for Enquiry & Booking :
Rugved Khatu - 0-9890827655
Akshat Karambe - 0-8879243523
Vyankatesh Godambe - 0-9004246988
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Make the confirmation soon to avoid further disappointment cause seats are limited.
About the Place :
Kothaligad is more commonly known as the fort of Peth because of the village situated at its base. This fort though small in stature has a vast historical background. The Mughal chronicles provide us with a lot of information on this fort. This fort was more of a ‘defense station’ than a strong fort and was mainly used for ammunition storage. This fort of Peth gained immense importance during Sambhaji’s era.
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