At 2710 Ft, Rajmachi is a twin peaked fort guarding the Bhor Ghat. Situated at a distance of about 20 kms from Khandala, the fort appears to be very near all the time. The higher peak is known as Shreevardhan, and the lower one – Manoranjan(event photo: entrance to the lower fort). The village of Rajmachi is at the base of the lower fort. Shreevardhan has a grand view of the Shirota Lake, while from Manoranjan, one can see the Mumbai Pune trains chugging up the ghat.
KINDLY NOTE AS IT IS A NIGHT TREK; FOR SAFETY REASONS WE MAY CANCEL THE TREK IF WE ARE LESS THAN 15 PEOPLE ON THIS TREK
Difficulty Level – Moderate
2315 – Meet at CST ticket window
0215 – Reach Lonavala via Train
0230 – Freshen up at Lonavala ST stand. Trek Begins
0630 – Reach the top of Shreevardhan
0700 – Return to base village “Rajmachi”
0800 – Breakfast
0900 – Begin return
1300 – Reach Lonavala
1315 – Lunch at RK*
1400 – Return for Mumbai via ST bus
1700 – Reach Dadar
In case of sufficient participants we will arrange for private bus. The Start Time & End Time however will remain unaffected
Things to carry:
1. Good sack to pack all your belongings.
2. Dress in trek pants and T-shirts along with comfortable sports shoes.
3. Snacks for the day. For example: Dry snacks/ Biscuits etc. anything which is light in weight and dry
4. Water bottles. (At least 2).
5. Extra pair of clothes to change, Cap.
6. Personal Medication if any
7. Camera (Optional).
8. Weather suited gear. Wincheater or any other protection from rain (please for god’s sake do not bring an umbrella!)
9. As it is a night trek, its compulsory to carry a Torch with spare batteries
Cost: Rs.300 per head.
The above cost includes the following:-
1. Local breakfast
2. Travel (from start point to end point)
3. Services of a guide (if reqd)
It does not include:-
1. *Lunch at RK (Radha Krishna – Lonavala) will be at personal expense
2. Any other personal expenses
For further details write to us on email@example.com or call us on the following nos.
Deepam – 9821416498
Siddhesh – 9004071814
Swapnil – 9833589948
Mangesh – 9833597954
Rahul – 9820018399
The Sahyadris are relatively safe for trekking. Most of the accidents in these mountains have been due to the foolhardiness of humans. It is very easy to prevent any kind of unfortunate accidents by using plain simple common sense and avoiding unnecessary risks and bravado. Always respect Mother Nature.
Trekking is as much a team sport as it is an individual activity. While all team members do help out each other, at the same time it is also necessary not to be a burden on someone by taking unnecessary risks. While every care has been taken to ensure safety, Trekventures cannot be held responsible for any accident, illness and such other unforeseen eventualities.
Avoid littering! Kindly ensure all city waste is carried back or disposed off appropriately.
SMOKING, CONSUMPTION OF LIQUOR AND DRUGS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED DURING THE TREK.