Gorakhgad Trek By Trekdi

27-Jan-2018 to 28-Jan-2018

About This Tour

Enchanting forests and caves – these make up the trail to Gorakhgad peak. You’ll see the most vivid shades of green around you. It is three hours away from Mumbai, We offer trek from Pune.
The twin peaks of Gorakhgad and Machhindragad stand tall over the trail, providing a surreal setting to the trek. The 360 degree view from Gorakhgad top, of the vast Sahyadri ranges of Naneghat-Dhakoba to the east, Ahupe ghat to the south and Siddhagad to the south-west, is hauntingly beautiful.

Fee
Tour
Cost
1500

Day-wise Schedule


1 Day 1 11.30pm Start from Common Meeting Point at Fergusson college main gate
03.00am Reach to base village, Khopiwali. Rest.

2 Day 2 05.30am Morning wakeup call, Refreshments
06.00am Have brekfast.
07.00am With briefing and introduction, start ascending Gorakhgad fort
09.30 am Reach to the top of fort
11.30 pm After exploration, start Descend down.
01.00 pm Get down to where we started.
01.30 pm Have lunch in the village
02.30 pm Start return journey.
07.30 pm Reach back to Pune.

Accomodation

Local Temple

Things to carry

A postive mind set and a healthy body!
Luggage packed in big good trekking sack, all luggage packed in plastic bag.
Complete spare set of clothes & socks
Water bottle (atleast 1.5 ltr) compulsory
Electral/ Glucon-d energizers and personal medication
A sweater/warmwear/rainwear (as per the season)
Rubber soled sport shoes. (Converse, sandles, chappals, floaters not permitted)**
A sleeping bag / Thermocol mat and shawl / normal satranji and shawl: (only for overnight treks)
Torch with Extra pair of Batteries
Camera, Binocular (Optional)
** If you will be going to the outdoors more often, we suggest you buy Action Trekking Shoes.

Pickup points

Start from Fergusson college main gate

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Price


₹1500


Includes

A wonderful experience of the outdoors with like mided people!
Transportation by private bus
Tea, Breakfast, lunch, Evening tea.
Safety Equipments & First Aid
Expertise

Excludes

Soft drinks and bottled water.
Basically, anything not mentioned in the 'includes' list.

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