Total Trek Cost
 
Duration One Day
 
Cost M: Rs. 450/-*
  NM: Rs. 500/-*
 
*Cost per person
 
 
Trek Date 9 Oct, 2016
 
Time 6.30 Am
 
Meeting Point Panvel station
 
 
Cost Includes*
 
Nagothane-Nagothane Travel by ST Bus/ Tumtum
 
Tea, Breakfast and evening refreshment
 
 
Cost Excludes*
 
Personal Expenses
 
Any kind of Insurance
 
Personal Car Parking
 
Small Info Sarasgad
 

Sarasgad is a village situated near Pali in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Pali lies about 10 kilometres East of Nagothane along the Nagothane-Khopoli road..
The village contains Sarasgad Fort, the twin of Sudhagad Fort. It can be identified by its four pinnacles and thus was mainly used as a watch place to check the surrounding region. The construction of the fort is not in good condition but the huge rock steps are something to watch for. There are two routes which lead to the top of this fort from Pali. On the top is the Shiva temple providing an excellent panoramic view of all the mountain ranges surrounding this area. Sudhagad and TailBaila can be easily view from the top of Sarasgad.
This fort height from sea level is 490 meters. There are many caves which were used for soldiers and other purposes because the fort has very little area available on its top. There are around ten tanks carved in rocks. They provide cool water supply throughout the year, which is very important for any fort. Shivaji Maharaj gave 2000 hones (golden coin used as currency during Shivaji Maharaj's time) for repairing the fortifications of this fort. On the way from the south there are 111 steps carved in stone. The door from this side is known as 'Dindi darvaja'.

 
Time to Visit
Throughout the year from January - December you can visit
July - April Best season
 
Level : Easy   Height : 1600 feet MSL (Approx)   Type : Hill Fort
 
How to Reach : Pali is known for the temple of Ballaleshwar, one of the Ashtavinayks

This is the only way to the fort. One should alight at Pali and go to the fort through ‘Dindi Darwaza’. Go to left from backside of the temple. This way heads straight to the bastion of the fort. There is a room at the base of the bastion. It was residence of the guards. From here ascend about 96 steps and go at the main entrance of the fort. Opposite to it is a gatehouse.

 
 
 
 
Things to Do/Carry
   
Water Bottle at list 1-3 liter
 
Camera (Optional), Cell Phone must
 
Some ready to eat food. Cakes, Biscuits etc
 
Medicine those if u require usually
 
Extra Pair of clothes and towel
 
Good trekking shoes or Canvas shoes
 
Rain cheater for those who don’t want to wet
 
Advise to wear Track pant and T-shirt
 
 
Things to avoid
   
Wearing Gold and other ornaments
 
Chapels and sandals
 
Alcohol / Cigarette
 
Plastic Bag (if need protection from water)
 
Wearing Shorts, thin and tight cloths
 
Hand Bags
 
Overload bag and things
 
 
We also organize special trek for group / Corporate / Institute
 
 
 Motto
Safety, Trek, Teamwork, Adventure, Enjoyment, Exploration and Conservation
   
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Cost in INR and valid for Indian Nationals only
   

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