Monsoon have started in Mumbai, which typically means water logging, flooding and irritating traffic jams. Though some adventure lovers among us probably wonder to go on trips in this beautiful weather and why not? It’s always good to take a break from the everyday routine and go on an adventurous trips. Be it for a day or two, or probably on the weekends. Considering this, to trek is one of the most preferable things to do as there are marvelous spots across Mumbai and Pune with green hills, lush forests and glinting waterfalls to go during this season for the best experience of trekking in Maharashtra.
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This fort is one of the best places for trekking near Mumbai and also has a historic significance. It is said that Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj used this fort during his wars. In monsoon season the peak is covered with mist and fog which makes it visually delightful.
This peak is located in Nagar district in Maharashtra and is also considered the Everest of Sahyadris as it is the highest peak in the Sahyadris. Kalsubai peak is the dream of every avid trekkers to climb at least once and it is also one of the best places to trek in Monsoon.
Ratangad has a natural rock peak with a cavity in it at the top and called “The Eyes of Needle”. Ratanwadi is the base village and is approached by a boat from Bhandardara and is also known for its beautiful natural visuals.
Rajmachi peak has two fortified structures, Srivardhan fort and Manaranjan fort moreover it has breathtaking views of the valley and is one of the best treks near Pune.
This is located near Mahabaleshwar and also is a large fort located near Satara district. It is also among the best scenic places in Mahabaleshwar and one of the best forts in Pune. This fort also has a historical significance related to Maratha King Shivaji Maharaj.
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