Hatgad Village Fort

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Hatgad Village Fort
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vazhipokan
Pune, Indie159 contributions
Good Trekking
sty 2020
Very nice place for trekking. Better to go in the mornings. Guide Praveen was very helpful for sight seeing in Saputara (9724768237).
Written 19 stycznia 2020
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Shivkinkar Prasad
Mumbaj (Bombaj), Indie19 contributions
Good short trek option with great views from top of Hatgad Fort
paź 2019
Hatgad fort is located on Nashik - Saputara highway, just 6 kms from Saputara. Around 1.5 kms trek from highway and climbing 190 steps, one can reach the Hatgad Fort. One can also drive from highway to the place from where steps start with a nominal fee of Rs. 40/- You need to walk another 500 meters to reach the other end of the fort. There are great views of mountains, forest, water tanks, etc from top of Hatgad Forts. You won't get anything (water, food items, etc) on your way from highway to the fort. The fort is mostly deserted with only few people for company.
Written 10 października 2019
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Cedric N
Mumbaj (Bombaj), Indie576 contributions
Breathtaking views on top of the fort in Hatgad
sie 2018 • Dla rodziny
Had visited this historic fortress in Hatgad a long back ago. This fortress is located near the Gujarat-Maharashtra border and is a popular tourist attraction. This fortress was built by the Maratha King Shivaji as a lookout point. The way to this fort is narrow. It has steps leading to the forest and entrance of the fort. On the top, there are stagnant water cisterns and ruined buildings. Also, there are some ramparts and a tower which was used for storing grains. Railings has been put at the ruined walls so that there is no danger done to the tourists. One can get breathtaking views of the surrounding area. The trek to the fort is medium. Walking will take around 30 mins and from the steps will take around 15 mins. Earlier, there was no entry and now, there is a small fee for entering. This fort is ideal for trekkers and those who are interested in history. It is a must visit place and should not be missed while in Hatgad.
Written 14 czerwca 2019
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Sidney Aarons
Mumbaj (Bombaj), Indie340 contributions
Good Fort Trek - Great View From The Top.
mar 2019 • Dla rodziny
This is more like a soldiers look-out fort. You can drive till the steps and then walk up. Simply amazing view from the top. Do remember to take your camera. There is a water reservoir which has stagnant water and some broken down rooms.
Written 1 kwietnia 2019
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Balpreet Singh
Navi Mumbai, Indie265 contributions
Short Trek - Even for Kids
maj 2018 • Dla rodziny
We went to hatgad for a family visit. Did this trek one morning. Even kids 8 years plus of age with us could manage whole way up and come down.. It isnt that steep as there is a walking path most of the way and then stairs. We went there is May( summers) so morning was a good time for trek
Written 11 lutego 2019
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23farida2016
Pune, Indie28 contributions
Nice place
sty 2019 • Dla rodziny
Fort is very close to Mahendra resort in Hatgad. Lot of stairs to climb. You can go till a pont in your vehicle. Beautiful and breathtaking view from the top of the Fort. Should visit at the time of sunset.. Beautiful sunset from the top.
Written 7 stycznia 2019
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premal p
gujrat61 contributions
good short trek
lis 2018 • Dla rodziny
its just behind club Mahindra resort at hatgad. If you go walking, no charge, four wheelers , charged. But the watchman comes only after 8 in the morning, so can go early. The vehicle can take you to upto two third the distance, then you need to park and climb the steps , around 100-200, nice view from the top, can see on all sides, only ruins of the fort, not many people come here, best time to go is early morning. Takes around 2-21/2 hours to go and come back, trekking is done as a activity from club Mahindra where they charge 200 per person, but better is you can do it on your own. The route starts just near the anando restaurant in front of club Mahindra resort.
Written 24 listopada 2018
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VaidNeil
Nashik District, Indie137 contributions
Visit to Hatgadh
cze 2018
This is a place very near Saputara. The place is on top of a hill. There are 2 means of access, 1. Walking from the back of Mahindra Resorts. Takes nearly one hour. It opens about 8;00 am. 2. Car drive till the entrance and then walking to the top. Here the steps are a bit steep and the place is very windy. Quite slippery if it is wet. The view from the top is gorgeous
Written 4 września 2018
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samA5727GL
Cardiff, UK30 contributions
Wind blast
sie 2018 • Dla rodziny
The place has a terrible wind blast remember to carry proper woollen clothes specially for children.
Written 25 sierpnia 2018
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Suresh S
Surat, Gujarat, India67 contributions
The Fort is in ruins and maintenance by responsible unit of Govt. of Maharashtra is nil, it is delopidated
sie 2018 • Wyjazd w pojedynkę
Fort was built in 16 Century by Shivaji probably as a watchtower with a thick wall, a built-up and natural reservoir and few barracks! I nice place for trekking and small adventure as the exploration includes, walk of about a kilometer and a half and climbing 200 plus slippery and uneven steps! I made a trip to it on 15 August 2018 during my stay with Mahindra resort, Hatgad. It was very pleasant weather, not chilly nor warm early in the morning at Hatgad when I started to explore. The gate to the road to Hatgad was closed and I found no one securing or present to issue entry pass ( The notice requires Rs. 10 per person / Rs. 50 for four wheelers as entry charge to this so-called monument! A man at tea shop offered me to take to site on a bike for Rs. 100! As it was only a couple of kilometers, I decided to explore on my own on a walk as the road looked smooth and motorable! It was foggy with a visibility of about 50 feet! I was surprised to see an entrance gate after 1.5 kilometers and a set of 200 to 250 steps climbing up to Fort located at a height of 1008 mtrs, highest point in the range of Saputara Hills! It was a very satisfying experience to my exploratory mindset! t took me about 45 minutes to climb and stay for 30 minutes at the site and 25 minutes to climb down! The steps were slippery and required quite a caution as there was not a soul around if any accident happens! Throughout my journey, I could see only three local school boys, 2 locals for cleaning of deity and, 2 Shepards and a flock of dozen sheep! The monument is in shambles and though the government collects revenue from visitors, maintenance seems nil, very delipidated condition! Only satisfaction was that of adventure and seeing once a glorious fortress of some Maratha Rulers!
Written 18 sierpnia 2018
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