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Dear Friends We invite you to MumbaiRangers One day Monsoon Trek to Anjaneri Fort on 4 sept 2016 

 

Anjaneri :

 

The fort of Anjaneri, being the birthplace of lord ‘Hanuman’, has a great historical importance. Lord Hanuman was the son of‘Pavan’ (the wind) and ‘Anjani’,

and hence the fort is called as‘Anjaneri’. Anjaneri is one of the important forts in the ranges of Tryambakeshwar near Nasik.

 

On the way from Anjaneri village to the fort some carvings can be seen in the caves near the steps. The carvings are intriguing and eye catching. 

The caves and the inscriptions are believed to be from the Jain followers.

The temple of ‘Anjani Mata’, a big marvelous temple devoted to the mother of Lord Hanuman, is another attraction. The temple is quite big. It is a proper 

place to accommodate on the fort.

 

At a certain distance from this temple two different ways can be seen. The way to left hand side takes us directly to ‘Seeta cave’ within 10 minutes. 

This cave is made up of two rooms. 10 to 12 people can stay here comfortably. There are many carvings inside the cave.

Another way takes us directly to citadel, where one more temple of ‘Anjani Mata’ can be seen. It takes 20 minutes to reach this temple. This temple is 

also quite big. The perimeter of the fort is very large.

 

 

 

Brief Introduction about Anjaneri :

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Height: ~ 4200 feets

Grade:  Easy

Time: ~ Maximum 2 hrs

Location: Trimbakeshwar

 

 

Members are requested to take return ticket till Kasara by their own.

 

Board the second last compartment from Kasara side which is the second one from CST side. 

Everybody will board the same local and we can meet in the train itself.

Kasara slow local

05.02 cst

05.10 byculla

05.20 dadar

05.30 kurla

05.36 ghatkopar

05.57 Thane

06.19 Dombivli

06.28 Kalyan

07.38 kasara

 

 

Meeting at : Kasara Station 07.38

Reach base village around 09.30 in private Jeep

Introduction Round

morning tea breakfast till 10.30

Start Trek 10.30

Reach Top around 12.00

Exploring fort will take 2 hours

Lunch on fort

Descend and reach base village around 03.00

Back to kasara station around 05.30

Reach Mumbai 07.30pm

 

The cost for the tour will be INR 850/- per head, which includes :

 

Transport from kasara station to base village and Base village to kasara in private vehicle

morning Tea Breakfast

Evening Tea snacks

Entry charges

Guide & MumbaiRangers Administration charges

First Aid

 

For Registration :

Email us : connect@mumbairangers.com

OR

Call/SMS/Whatsapp :

Amit Bhadouria: 9819299164

 

Payment :

Click on the Link Given Below To Pay Online:

 

 

website : www.mumbairangers.com

 

Things to carry:

Water, Torch compulsory ,Extra Clothes

Windcheaters, Camera, Cap, etc. (Optional)

Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits etc.

Medicine those if u require usually.

Good trekking shoes, extra pair of socks

 

A haversack to put in all the things to be carried. so that one has ones hands free while trekking.

Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.

 

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: Its 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, sever 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.

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