Sondai Fort, Karjat
Grade: Easy
Height: Appx. 1200 ft.

A Very less known small fort near Karjat. The fort with unknown History stands tall near Karjat with a small Temple of Goddess Sondai, atop. There are 2 water cisterns on the way to top of the fort.Two missing steps in the rock makes one to climb a small patch of 15 feet but proper hand holds and foot steps are available and that makes it easy even in monsoon. Overall it's an ideal one day hike for new comers in the trekking field.

It’s a one day trek and we will be travelling by public transport.

Train timings are as follows:
10:31 pm: CST
10:39 pm: Byculla
10:49 pm: Dadar 
10.59 pm: Kurla
11:05 pm Ghatkopar
11:26 pm: Thane
11:48: pm Dombivli
11:57 pm Kalyan 
0.48 am: Karjat


Introduction at Karjat Reach Base Village by 2:30 am , 
Start the trek by 3.00 am.
Reach the plateau by 5.30 am
Rest Till 6 :30 Meantime team prepares TEA 
Post Breakfast 
Ascend top ..Photography 
Start Descending by 8:30 am
Reach Base Village by 9 :30 am
Reach back to Karjat by 11. 00 am
We will be returning to Mumbai by 1-2 pm tentatively.

The cost of the trek will be Rs. 500/- per head 
which includes,
Transportation from Karjat to Karjat,
Expertise Charges

Things To Be carried:
Identity proof 
Torches with extra batteries V.Imp
Wind cheaters / Bedding if needed as we rest for an hour or so it will be cold
Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits etc.
Full length pants and full sleeves t shirts to avoid insect and thorns 
A bottle of water (atleast 2 Ltrs) Compulsory
Medicines if any 
Good trekking shoes, extra pair of floaters.

For Registrations,
Sai +91 7738 783 657

No Smoking, tobacco and alcohol
Be a group - its not a race
NO littering please...we are educated :)

Note- Please understand this ain't a picnic, all Trekking and Adventure activities demand fitness.
We request you to get a medical fitness check done before you participate in any such events. If suffering from any allergy carry proper medications and inform your 
trek leaders about it. Also make sure you have a sufficient supply of Medic*tion for your trip, building in an allowance for any travel delay. Those with Active Chest 
and Heart diseases that limit physical activity should not go to high altitudes.

The leader’s decision will be final and binding on all members. No Arguments will be entertained.

Team Tattva
Jai Hind

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