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Kothaligad (Peth) Fort

Near Ambivali Village, Karjat 410201, India
+91 70450 11010
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Kothaligad, Peth Fort Trek

Kothaligad trek can be counted as an easy-medium (difficulty) trek. It is a good start for people... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
hemen v
Kothaligad funnel shaped fort

Kothaligad is a medium grade trek in Karjat region. Kothali means intestine in Marathi and thus... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Jayesh B
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Mumbai, India
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Near Ambivali Village, Karjat 410201, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Kothaligad trek can be counted as an easy-medium (difficulty) trek. It is a good start for people who are new to trekking. There are many ways to reach the base camp. The favourable one is via Karjat. From Karjat station, there are tumtums which take...More

2  Thank hemen v
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Kothaligad is a medium grade trek in Karjat region. Kothali means intestine in Marathi and thus Kothaligad.It is a funnel shapped fort.Get down at Karjat hire a tum-tum till Ambivali for 100 Rs seat or ST Bus for 40 Rs. a gradual climb for 3...More

9  Thank Jayesh B
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Reviewed 12 August 2017

people from Mumbai prefer this fort as it is an easy trek...looks stunning in monsoon...u can click some nice pics...do check the beautiful video documentation on the youtube by Mr. Gautam Khetwal... From Karjat station - reach Ambivali village by ST bus or by Tumtum...More

9  Thank Madhav U
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Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

We planned to do a monsoon trek to peth fort. The whole path is picturesque. It took us 1.5hrs to reach the mid level from the base where a beautiful Village existed. The Village name was Peth Gav. The location was beautiful but was amazed...More

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Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

Beautiful scenery during monsoon season.. Enjoyed the trek along with heavy rain and many waterfalls on the way.

Thank maxim p
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Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

Did a night trek to this place. Was relatively an east trek to go up. Last hour stretch was a bit steep. The sunrise was incredible and the valley is pretty dramatic. Completely worth the task. Dont miss it for the sunrise.

1  Thank Ar_Mandar25
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Reviewed 30 December 2016

Recently I have visited Kothaligad (Peth) Fort for a Night trekking with a trekking group. Its a wonderful experience of trekking. As I was the new or first time trekker & faced a bit problem during trek but still its super recommended place for adventure...More

1  Thank Narayan S
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Reviewed 2 November 2016 via mobile

A nice trekking location for Mumbaikars. Very close to Karjat station. The trek is not so tough, but the sight is wonderful. Enjoy lot of waterfalls on the way. The final portion of the trek is breathtaking!!

1  Thank jigneshad
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Reviewed 7 September 2016

I had gone on a solo trekking and enjoyed it a lot. After getting to base of the hill i.e. Peth village one has to trek to the hill top and later fort. Its an ideal place for one day trek from Mumbai. You can...More

1  Thank Anish H
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Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

We travelled to Kothaligad with friends (group of 8) from Mumbai. Train to Karjat and from the railway station, a short walk to the bus stand. We were supposed to take a bus to Ambivali but it was cancelled that day. So the bus operators...More

6  Thank SreeAndGaya
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Raj C
26 December 2017|
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Response from Madhav U | Reviewed this property |
guide is not needed at all... reach the ambivali village by shared tumtum (big auto) or st bus and then start walking on the big, well beaten kuccha road towards the peth village..from the peth village, u can ask for the... More
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Moheet J
9 February 2017|
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Response from Narayan S | Reviewed this property |
Yes You can visit in Feb, climate is always good, but We did this adventure in night. Our night trek was remembrance. But during trekking span time if you think you require a hotel then remove this through, it have to... More
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