KALSUBAI TREK (Republic Day Special ) on 26th January 2017

The Details for the Kalsubai Trek is as follows: –
Height: 5400 feet ( 1,646 M )
Grade: Medium
Time: 4 hrs from Base village Bari
Location: Igatpuri – Nasik.

Kalsubai is the Highest Peak in Maharashtra , There is a Temple at the Summit which accomodates only 6 people at a time … One can see most of the high peaks in the surrounding in the clear atmosphere. the Bhandardhara Dam and the adjoining forts such as Ajoba, Ratangadh, Katrabai Wall, Naneghat, Jivdhan, Kirda Alang, Mandan, Kulang, Aundha patta, Bittangadh etc. On the back side of Kalsubai one can see a panoramic view of Bhandardhara ( Wilson Dam).

Reporting / Meeting Point :: Pritam Hotel Dadar (East) on 25th Jan 2017 09:30 PM (Sharp)

Boarding Bus at 09:30 PM ( Private Bus to Kalsubai Base – Bari )
Reaching at Bari – Base village 02:30 AM .
Introduction Round.
Start Ascend
Atop to the Summit at 09:30 AM
Exploration, and Descend
Descend at 10:30 AM.
Reaching at the Base Village and Lunch Time
Heading in the bus towards Dadar at 02:00 PM
Reaching Dadar at 08:30 PM ( which is Tentative depending on the traffic )

Cost for the Event is 950 /-

Cost includes: – Transport from Dadar to Dadar in Private Non Ac Bus ,Tea, Breakfast , Lunch (Veg Food ),Expertise Charges, and First Aid.


Itinerary & Things to Carry :-
Torch With spare battery (Mandatory – please do not buy china torch it wont last long)
A Water Bottle (~3 Ltrs) Mandatory,
Cap,Good trekking shoes, a pair of extra clothes & socks (a must)
Camera, Cell Phone, Binoculars (Optional)
Some ready to eat food. Plum cakes, Biscuits,
Carry atleast 2 Lemons, Glucon D, Odomos etc.
Personal basic medical kit ( carry your routine medicines if any to avoid complications).
A haversack to put all these things


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