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Nestled in the lap of the Sahyadri Mountain range in Maharashtra, Naneghat, also referred to as Nanaghat or Nana Ghat is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range between the Konkan coast and the ancient town of Junnar in the Deccan plateau.
During the reign of the Satavahana, the pass was used as a trade route between Kalyan and Junnar. The name Nane means “coin” and ghat means “pass”. The place was used as a booth to collect toll from traders crossing the hills, from which it is believed that it has got the identity as NaneGhat.
Naneghat pass stretches over the Western Ghats, through an ancient stone laid hiking trail to the Naneghat plateau.
Height : 2600ft
Borivali, Andheri, Sion, Ghatkopar, Thane, Kalyan
We will be mailing you the details about the trek a day or two before the trek. We will also create a WhatsApp group a day before the trek.
This trek is of moderate difficulty with around 3 hours of hike each side.
We encourage you to come and experience the trek with us. Trekking is not about speed and our representatives will be there to encourage you to complete the trek
The age limit for the trek is 18 years with no upper limit. Participants below the age of 18yrs need to be accompanied by a guardian
Yes, many of our participants are solo travellers.
It is completely safe for a female solo traveller as our representatives will be there with you all the time. Moreover, most of our event have 60% female participation.
Yes, you can bring your car
You will not get washrooms during the trek. Washrooms are available at the base village.
Smoking or drinking alcohol is prohibited.
You will get limited connectivity during the trek.
We will be having breakfast & Lunch at a local restaurant
You won’t get water during the trek, you need to carry at least 2 litres of water with you
We will carry first aid kit with us. The coordinators will be first aid certified. If the problem increases, we will quickly get you to closest medical attention possible.
We recommend you wear full sleeve t-shirt and full pants. Also carry a Raincoat/ wind cheater for the rains. Umbrellas are a strict NO.
We recommend trekking shoes or good quality sports shoes with firm sole