Alang fort located in the Kalsubai range in Nasik district is considered to be among the most difficult treks that one can embark on in Maharashtra. There are certain patches in the trek route to Alang where your rock climbing skills also will be tested to a great extend!!
Alang, Madan and Kulang are adjoining peaks and the most prominent among them is Kulang. Standing at the edge of the Ghats, it commands a fabulous view all around and tough climb is amply rewarded by a most fascinating sunset.
Grade: Medium / Hard.
Alang- 4852 Ft / Madan-4841 Ft.
Valley crossing length: - 450ft
Batch 1 20-21 Jan 2017
Batch 2 21-22 Jan 2017
Batch 3 22-23 Jan 2017
Batch 4 23-24 Jan 2017
Batch 5. 24-25 Jan 2017
Batch 6 25-26 Jan 2017
Batch 7 26-27 Jan 2017
Batch 8 27-28 Jan 2017
Batch 9. 28-29 Jan 2017
Rs.3, 500/- Per Person (Batch 4, 5, 6)
Rs.4, 000/- Per Person (Batch 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9)
Seat Limits 40 Participants per batch. Early birds and group will get discount.
Valley Crossing, Trekking, Fort Exploration, Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Cave Stay, Traversing, All meals, Transportation from kasara to Kasara station, Campfire & Lot more to explore
Cost does Not Included Insurance & Anything other than mentioned above.
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Alang (4852 ft): The beautiful Alang Fort lies in the Nashik region. Top of the fort is huge plateau. There are two caves on the fort for staying and 11 water cisterns arranged in a Cascade formation & a dilapidated storage room.
Mandan (4841 ft): It is considered to be one of the most difficult forts to climb among all the forts in the Sahyadris. The area of the fort is quite small as compared to Alang and Kulang, its adjoining forts. There are only two water tanks on top of the fort. The area visible from the top of the fort is quite scenic.
Departure from Mumbai / Pune / Nashik in night by train
Our Mumbai journey will start with 2nd last kasara local as Train time table given below
Kasara fast Local till Mulund (N):
Please reach before 5 min to the appropriate platforms as this is fast local till mulund then it will halt at all station.
CST: 10.48 pm Bycalla: 10.55 pm Dadar: 11.02 pm
Kurla: 11.10 pm Ghatkopar: 11.15 pm Mulund: 11.27 pm
Thane: 11.30 pm Dombivali: 11.52 pm Kalyan: 12.00 am
Titwala: 12.15 am Asangaon: 12.38 am Kasara: 01.18 am
Arrival at Kasara & Departure to Ambewadi by Jeep, Arrival at Ambewadi in early morning, Rest for sometimes,
Fresh–n-up, Breakfast, Trek to Madan Fort, Traversing,Rock Climbing, Reach to Madan Fort, Lunch,Madan Fort Exploration, Valley Crossing between Madan-Alang Forts, Tea & Snacks, Alang Fort Exploration, Dinner,
Night Halt at Alang Fort
Fresh–n-up, Alang Fort Exploration, Breakfast,
Rappelling of Alang Fort, Trek to Ambewadi Base Village,Reach at Ambewadi Village, Lunch,Departure to Mumbai / Pune / Nashik,
Arrival at Mumbai / Pune / Nashik
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Here is a list of all the things that we need to carry for the trek:
Compulsory items: Scarf for Ladies Must
A proper two sided haversack to put all the things, So that one has hands free while trekking, id proof, approx 3-4 ltr water, Torch with extra batteries, some snacks, Should wear good trekking shoes, full sleeve shirt/T-shirt & Full Pant, carry some extra cloths.
If you have any medical issue please carry your own medicine as we carry only First aid.
Non compulsory items:
Cap, Sunglasses, Camera , Avoid wearing Gold and other jewelry, mosquito’s repellent, Electoral / Energy powder, 2 Lemon, & 2 plastic bags for weight distribution Etc.
(It’s totally self responsibility to take care of your things.)
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