Lohagad Fort Trek Picnic Plan
Lohagad Fort Trek with Parents
Light Food for energy before hike
Lohagad Fort Trek begins
Amazing climate at Lohagad Fort
Lohagad Fort Exploration
We went on to explore the fort. There was a beautiful tomb still in better condition. I was not able to get more information about the same. There were few cannon beside the Tomb. To the right, path goes to the edge from where you can see Lohagadwadi and Visapur. Next, we saw Mahadeo temple. Wind was in full swing. Please check the short video that I captured by standing against the wall of a temple. Force was so strong that one will not be able stand in the open area of the plateau. Somehow, my parents wanted to enjoy the wind flow so we went ahead to Tung and Pawna lake side of the fort. Luckily, rain stopped for a while and we got few glimpses of surrounding greenery which was truly feast to the eyes. Furthermore, there were many water tanks on plateau. We went ahead to explore most interesting part of the Lohagad fort i.e. Vinchu Kaata (scorpion tail like structure). Indeed, it was a scorpion tail like a structure which was visible once we reach to other end of a plateau. Apart from that, surrounding views were amazing too.
Back to Base – Descending fort
Tasty Food of Lohagad fort
Bhaje Waterfall near Lohagad fort
We decided to take road from Malavali (another steep route to reach Lohagad fort) so that we can enjoy few more locations on our way back to Mumbai. While descending small ghat, we took a halt. I couldn’t resist my self from taking picture at such a scenic location. We were really happy that we chose weekday otherwise it gets really crowded on weekends. After photography session, everyone settled back into the car and was not aware of the main beauty lying ahead. Everyone was so happy & satisfied but happiness doubled when they saw the beautiful waterfall. Importantly, it was adjacent to the road. After trekking, parents were tired, still went ahead to click snap at the waterfall.