Asangaon is a town in the Indian state of Maharastra. It is also a station on the Mumbai Suburban Railway system on the Central line between Kalyan and Kasara. This is your base village to scale the massive Mahuli Fort. Mahuli Fort At 2815 ft., this is a popular trekking destination and a paradise for rock-climbers because of many nearby pinnacles with interesting names like Vazir, Vishnu, etc., given by the local trekking and climbing fraternity. This mountain complex is actually a group of two or more hills with common cols and pinnacles. Besides an open Shiva temple there is a small perennial drinking water cistern on top, three caves of which the larger can be used as overnight shelter, like as on many other such natural hill forts of Maharashtra Western Ghats (Sahyadri Range). There is a stone arch historically known as the ‘Kalyan Darwaja’ but the dome of the arch is now broken. An intense wood cover and the unsullied atmosphere have the power to console the carcass and the mind. This experience is truly a trekker’s paradise.
Join us on this iTravel Mahuli Experience to explore the many vivid aspects of travel, trekking, camping and of course the local cuisine which makes it the perfect out of the world experience.