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Pune Trekking Network

Posted: 03 Feb 2016 07:22 PM PST
Dear Friends We invite you for MumbaiRangers Night Trek to Ramshej Fort on 21 Feb 2016 Leaving 20 Feb night   Some information about the event Ramshej Fort Type : Hill forts Height : 3273 ft Fort Range : Trimbakeshwar District : Nashik Grade : Easy (Max 1.5 hours Ascend)   Ramshej literally means Lord Ram’s bedstead. While in exile, Lord Ram had made this place as his residence for some time, which gives the fort its name. Nasik is an ancient city of India. References are found showing its importance in all the four Yugas.  It was known as Padmanagar in Kruta Yuga, Janasthana in Dwapar Yuga and Nasik in Kali-Yuga. On the western tip of the beautiful Ramshej Ghat in Northern Nasik, lies the marvelous Ramshej fort. Ramshej is about 14km from Nasik, while travelling  to Peth and from there it is a short trek to the fort. The fort is located at a height of 3273ft, which shows you the marvel of labor and effort that went  into making it. The best time to visit the Ramshej Fort is when there is a short dry spell during the monsoons. This helps because when it rains, the hillside suddenly  bursts into greenery and during those short drying spells in the monsoons, the soil is firm enough to climb and does not muck your shoes.   History has it, that the fort was attacked by Aurangzeb’s army, and his commanders threatened the Maratha kingdom saying that they would capture the fort  in hours but Shivaji Maharaj’s son Sambhaji resisted these attacks for 7 years. The Fort thus remained with the Marathas for a period that was longer than  the fighting lives of some of the commanders of Aurangazeb’s army who made the claim that the fort would be taken down in hours.   To See on Fort:   Ram Mandir : The way to the fort starts from its base village on the south side, and goes to the top from the east face. En route, there is a small temple of lord Ram  inside a huge cave. The cave is well maintained by the devotees and offers a nice place to stay. Inscription near the cave can be cl… Read more
Posted: 03 Feb 2016 08:34 AM PST
Dear Friends We invite You for Bhandardara Camping With MumbaiRangers on 13 & 14 Feb 2016 Leaving Saturday Afternoon                          Bhandardara is another tourist attraction, Wilson Dam on the Pravara River Bhandardara provides plenty of opportunity for small treks and hikes for adventure lovers. The most interesting and exciting trek is the small trek to Ratangad fort; to reach Ratangad fort one should take the boat over the small lake near the village Ratanwadi. Ratanwadi is known for its scenic boat rides. Ratangad is an interesting fortress, situated at the edge of ghats with numerous water cisterns and caves Ratanwadi overlooking the locale of Bhandardara, one of the oldest artificial catchment area. Ratanwadi is the Amruteshwar temple dating back to the Hemadpant Era – roughly from the eighth century Camping is usually a time when you go back to basics and enjoy simple pursuits such as reading, watching stars, hiking, swimming and playing games together as a group. Camping offers peace and quiet and relaxing atmosphere. Its helps to get close to nature.                  &n
bsp;                                                        Itenery: Meeting point at 14:00 Hrs (sharp) at Kasara Railway station We all can travel by local train Mumbai CST – Kasara Train, timings are as follows: 11:34 CST 11:47 Dadar 12:16 Thane 12:47 Kalyan 13:57 Kasara Participants Are Requested to Either Have lunch and come on Saturday or Bring packed Lunch can eat While Travelling in Jeep… Saturday– 14:30 Shared Jeep Ride till Camp Site 16:30 Reach Ratanwadi 17:00 Tea snacks 18:00 20 Mins Walk to campsite Setup Campsite 19.00 CampFire, Games, Songs, Night Photography. 21:00 Dinner Sunday– 08:30 Breakfast 10:00 Explore Ratanwadi 13.00 Lunch at Ratanwadi 14:30 Departure from camping site 15:30 Disperse at Kasara railway station Cost: Rs. 1700/- per person. For Confirm Registration Deposit Full Amount in Account … Account Details will be given on request… For Registration… Read more
Posted: 03 Feb 2016 08:32 AM PST
Dear Friends We Invite you For Camping at Bhivpuri Near Matheran With MumbaiRangers on 14 Feb 2016 Saturday Night (Simple 20 mins Trek) Bhivpuri is a town in Karjat Taluka near Mumbai. It is the location of Bhivpuri Road railway station of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. A temple of Sai Baba of Shirdi is located here. Numerous nearby waterfalls attract visitors on weekends. Bhivpuri Dam and a hydro-electricity generation plant of Tata Power is located nearby. Garbett point is located on South-west side of Matheran with grand view of the plateau.Climate here is very cool with some breath taking views Some Information about the Place: Grade: Easy (Simple 20 mins Trek) District: Raigad Range: Matheran Base Village: Diksal Trek Leader : Nishant Sheth Train Timing CST – Karjat fast local CST – 07:01pm Byculla – 07:08pm Dadar – 07:14pm Kurla – 07:21pm Ghatkopar – 07:25pm Thane – 07:41pm Dombivali – 07:54pm Kalyan – 08:01pm Bhivpuri Road – 08:43pm. (If you miss the train you miss the trek so make sure you are on time to catch the train.) People may board the same train from the station of their convenience and meet us in the train directly. (Get into second Last boggy from CST side) The itinerary for trek is: Meeting Point Bhivpuri road station Introduction Round Start Trek under moon light (Simple 20 mins Trek) Reach campsite near Dam Tents and campfire will be ready Enjoy Night with Campfire and songs Dinner Dayoff Morning Breakfast Tea Reach Bhivpuri station in 30 mins Sunday Morning Reach Mumbai by 9:30am… Sunday Morning Expenses for the Trek is 750 /- which is inclusive of Dinner, Tents charges, Morning Breakfast & Tea, Guide, MumbaiRangers Administration Charges. For Registration call us: Nishant Sheth : 8879418581 Amit Bhadouria :9819299164 Registration accepted only through phone call.. Important things to carry : Water Bottle (3 ltrs) Some snacks biscuits wafers etc Compulsory Torch with Extra batteries, Sleeping Bag or Blankets Electrol 1 pack Camera optional Me… Read more
Posted: 03 Feb 2016 05:29 AM PST
Dear Friends we invite you all for Tour and Bike Ride to Sula Vineyards on 21st Feb 2016 Sula Vineyards is an Indian winery located in Nashik, Maharashtra, India. Sula Wines was the valley’s first commercial winery. Sula Vineyards was awarded with a silver medal for its 2012 Sauvignon Blanc as the biggest wine maker in India. India’s first – located atop our winery. Designed by Californian architects Andy Hope and Laurel Roth, the 2,000-sq.ft. Tasting Room boasts a blue-mosaic balcony bar with a panoramic view of the rolling vineyards surrounded by hills and the picturesque Gangapur lake in the distance.  The 34-ft. bar runs continuously from the inner room to the open balcony, and is softly lit by wine bottle lamps hanging from the ceiling. A large glass display area showcasing Sula T-shirts, stemware and ice buckets for sale completes the charm of the Tasting Room. Sula Tasting Room is a great place around which to build a 1- or 2-day getaway. Tour the winery with our friendly, knowledgeable tour guides who are always on hand to answer questions about viticulture and the winemaking process. Taste some of our wines, and then purchase your favourite bottle  (or three) to take home or enjoy right there – paired with a delicious cheese platter – as you watch the sunset from the peaceful balcony.    Detailed plan is below :Meeting Point: Pritam Hotel Dadar East @ 6.00 AM sharp.Pick Up: Nitin Company, Thane (which is on the highway) @ 6.30 AM sharp.Introduction roundBreakfast on the wayVisit sula vineyards wine tasting and tour to sula vineyardOptional if time permits (Wine stomping)..Lunch in sula vineyard OR near by area..start return journey around 4 oclock..Reach mumbai around 8.30 pm. Cost:Tour cost is 1700 including travelling Mumbai to Mumbai, Tea Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Tea and Administration charges of Mumbairangers… Other details will be shared at meeting point.   For Registrations call Mumbai Rangers:Nishant Sheth: 8879418581Amit Bhadouria: 9819299164Regist… Read more
Posted: 03 Feb 2016 04:59 AM PST
Dear Friends We invite You all for Lake Side Camping at Malshej Ghat Joga Dam on 13 – 14 Feb 2016 Pimpalgaon Joge Dam, is an earthfill dam on Ar river, a tributary of Kukadi River near Junnar .It
is situated near Khubi phata near Malshej Ghat.It is surronded by many hills including Sindola Fort and historical Junnar city. Malshej Ghats the famous monsoon destination needs no introduction to Mumbaikars. Just a few kilometers away lay the village of Khireshwar.The village gives spectacular view of Harischandragad with its Citadel and Taramati peak. From here one can approach Harischandragadvia Tolar Khind Route or via Rajmarg which climbs in a gully near its Citadel keeping the needle hole to its right. Easy Accessibility from Mumbai and away from hustle and bustle makes it convinent and famous for camping.Type: CampingPlace: Malshej GhatDistrict: ThaneDifficulty Level: EasyLeader Amit Bhadouria.Itenery: Saturday: Meeting Point: 6.30am at Pritam Hotel (Dadar East)Pickup Point : 7.30am at Nitin Company , ThaneTravel by our private vehicle till Khireshwar, Breakfast en route.Reach CampsiteSet up the Tent its group activity Every member will pitch their own tentsLunch timePost Lunch Fun time near the Camp Site.Campfire,DinnerDayoff Sunday: Breakfast TeaExplore malshejghat pointStart our return journeyReach Mumbai by 5-6 pm. The cost for the trek will be INR 2400 per head. Full Amount needs to be deposited in account for confirm registration Includes: Travelling Mumbai to Mumbai by Non AC Pvt vehicleFood (Veg / Nonveg)Tent chargesCamping ChargesEntry charges if RequiredMumbairangers guide & Administration charges Excludes: miniral water and cold drinks and other personal expenses… For Registration call us:Amit Bhadouria :9819299164Nishant Sheth : 8879418581Registration accepted only through phone call.. Things to Carry:1. Compulsory – TORCH with extra batteries2. trekking Or Sports shoes3. Compulsory – Water (3 ltrs)4. Optional – Camera, Cap, etc.,5. Floaters Some rea… Read more
Posted: 03 Feb 2016 03:02 AM PST
Trekगुरु : Photo Walk to Kala Ghoda Art Festival Date : 6 Feb to 14 Feb 2016 Time : 10.30 am to 10.00 pm all days Location : Mumbai How to reach : The closest Local Railway stations to Kala Ghoda are “Churchgate Station” on the Western Railway Line (1.5 Kms) and “VT/CST” on the Central Railway Line (1.5 Kms). From both these stations, there are many buses to Kala Ghoda. Take any bus that goes to Fort, Regal or Colaba. They all stop near Kala Ghoda. Visitors can also walk to Kala Ghoda from Churchgate and VT/CST Stations. Cost : It is open to all, free of charge. ( Food and other expenses will be shared by participants on their own ). Contact : pravin 9821318848/9821465256    ———-   The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival this year will open doors from Saturday 6th February to Wednesday 17th February 2016 (Extended by three days at Cross Maidan for Make In India Festival). With a kaleidoscope of music, dance, theatre, literature, food, street stalls, cinema, workshops, visual arts, urban design and architecture and heritage walks in store, this 12-day extravaganza promises a cultural palate like never before witnessed!     ———-     THE FESTIVAL VENUES :-   Children : Lawns of (CSMVS), The Museum Mumbai  Kitab Khana at Somaiya Bhavan   Children’s Literature : Kitab Khana at Somaiya Bhavan    Dance : Cross Maidan Dance Workshops are at Somaiya Centre, Somaiya Bhavan   Cinema : The Coomaraswamy Hall and The Visitor Center at (CSMVS), The Museum Mumbai,  Auditorium at Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS)   Food : Westside  Restaurants in the district  Food stalls at Rampart Road and Cross Maidan   Literature : DSL Garden Artist’s Center  Author’s Lounge at Serafina  Seminar Hall of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya   Stand-Up Comedy : Irish House   Street & Stalls : Rampart Row  Cross Maidan   Music : Cross Maidan Steps of the Asiatic Society Library (Town Hall)   Visual Arts : Rampart Gallery Lawns of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya  Ga… Read more
Posted: 03 Feb 2016 01:26 AM PST
Valentine day is almost here, whats your plan lovebirds ?? This Valentine Day spend your best time ever with your partner at the beautiful campsite of Mumbai Travellers. We at Mumbai Travellers has been doing camping since years, and will make sure that this camping will be part of your golden memories forever. The campsite will give you beautiful view of sahyadri ranges and is surrounded with crystal blue water of Vaitarna Dam. As being winter, weather over here will be chilled and cozy, with ad on romantic songs, beautiful sunset, some couple games and love stories to share making this event to be cherished for lifetime.     Outing Date : 13th-14th February 2016 Category : Camping Duration : 1 Night / 2 Day Train Suggestions : CSTM to Kasara : Dept : 09:41 am / Arvl : 11:51 am on Day 01 Kasara to CSTM : Dept : 03:37 pm on Day 02   Outing Schedule :    Day 1 : Catch a local train to Kasara from your nearest railway station on central line (09:41 am Kasara train from CST). Reach Kasara at 11:51 am and gather together at the Ticket counter. After a briefing session, grab your seat in the transfer vehicle and here we start our journey towards the scenic Vaitarna. En-route halt for lunch at dhaba near Kasara (on your own expense). Enjoy the journey with beautiful nature-scapes, gupshup and songs during the journey. Reach base village of campsite by 5 pm.   On arrival refresh yourself with a glass of welcome drink (non-alcoholic) and proceed towards the campsite. Our secluded camping site exactly on the waterfront. Enjoy one of the most mesmerizing view of Vaitarna backwater surrounded by proud mountains ! On arrival, Set yourself free, let your soul feel the beautiful sunset and let your mind express its likelihood to silent breeze! It’s time to enjoy some couple games and activities now !! Hop in for the games or just chill out near the waterfront. Relax…spend the most precious time with your partner. Meanwhile our local supporters will arrange for our dinner. Taste t… Read more

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