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Highest Mountain of Maharashtra

Highest Mountain of Maharashtra: Maharashtra has some popular Indian cities like Mumbai and Pune that attract many tourists and travelers. But today we know Maharashtra from a different perspective! We will tell you about the magnificent mountain places in India that you can find in this state. If you have a soft spot for adventure trekking, then you will have an amazing experience exploring these mountains. But not just adventure freaks, these mountains have something to entice all kinds of tourists.

To know how the mountains of Maharashtra can make you happy, let us give you a glimpse of them! Read below to know about the 10 highest mountains in Maharashtra that you can think of visiting during your upcoming trip.

10 Highest Mountain of Maharashtra

  1. Kalsubai Shikhar

Welcome to the highest peak of Maharashtra! Whether you are a trek lover, nature lover, or wildlife lover, this peak has everything to satisfy you. Here’s an interesting fact! This peak 5400 feet high is called ‘Everest of Maharashtra’. To reach here, you can take a flight to Nashik and then opt for a car ride. Then, reach the summit of the highest trekking peak in Maharashtra via an exhilarating trek. And once you are here, soothe your eyes with the splendid views of the surrounding valleys and mountains. Do not miss to visit Arthur Lake which adds to the beauty of the place. Since it is located within the Kalsubai Harishchandra Garh Sanctuary, you can expect to see many wild creatures here.

  1. Dhodap

Go for mountain trekking in Maharashtra to reach Dhodap, the second-highest fort. During your trek, you will meet some gorgeous beauties like Saptashringi Fort, Joulya Fort, Markandya Fort, and Ikhara Peak. And after reaching the highest point, you will be mesmerized by the panoramic view of the region. During your trek, you will also come across some beautiful ancient temples, arched gateways, and age-old caves that will make your trip more interesting. If you are planning to come here, you can take a flight to Mumbai airport and make your way to that place.

  1. Taramati

Taramati is one of the Harishchandra Gad peaks where you can visit for an amazing trekking experience. Being the sixth highest peak in the state, this peak offers some of the best panoramic views of the region. To reach here, you can board a flight to Mumbai and then a car from the airport. here’s a tip! Sit on the summit and watch the sunset paint the sky in vibrant colors as the clouds float by you. It will be a supernatural experience! And now, an interesting trivia! This peak is named after a famous singer who used to perform in the court of Qutb Shahi rulers.

  1. Torna

Travel back to the past by visiting this summit, which houses the Torna Fort, the origin of the Maratha dynasty. This is the first fort that was captured by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj! So, if you are a history enthusiast, you should definitely consider visiting here. Apart from this, you will get to see the huge and unique structure, the Budhla Machi of Torna Fort which attracts many tourists to this place. Before reaching here, you will also find beautiful seasonal flower beds, ancient temples, Balekilla, and water reservoirs on the way. Wondering how to get here? Fly to Pune airport and from there a cab ride will bring you here.

  1. Purandar

Visit this peak for pilgrimage and visit some of the revered Hindu temples. On the lower level, you can find several ancient temples and a cathedral built in the 19th century. As you climb to the upper level, you will get a chance to visit the famous Kadareshwar temple and offer prayers to the deity. After your prayers, come out to have a spectacular view of the twin fort of Purandar Fort, i.e. Vajragarh Fort. And if you are up for some thrill, then opt for a one-of-its-kind paragliding experience here. For your information, let us tell you that to reach here, you have to book a car from Pune Airport.

  1. Mangi Tungi Twin Peak

Get ready to burn some calories in the most gorgeous setting of this Twin Peaks. Why not found? Well, you have to climb 4,500 steps to reach the top of the fort. Although the journey can be exhausting, there are beautiful views to make the way full of beautiful surprises. See some of the rare species of flowers and plants that enrich the plateau region. Once you climb to the top, you will find some caves from the bygone days. Go inside to discover carvings and sculptures of deities like Hanuman, Mahavir, and Adinath. There are even a number of Jain Tirthankaras present which you can visit here. And to visit this twin peak, a flight to Nashik airport followed by a car ride will suffice.

  1. Brahmagiri

The mountain of Lord Brahma, Brahmagiri is another one that you can reach via a road trip from Nashik airport. This is one of the most sacred places you can visit. Why over here! Here you will get to see the Trimbakeshwar Temple, which is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Also, the holy Godavari river originates from this mountain. And in front of Trimbakeshwar temple, you will see Godavari river meeting with Ahilya river. You will be surprised to know that people believe that worshiping a childless family at this meeting place gives them children!

  1. Ratangad

Next up on our Maharashtra travel guide to the mountains is Ratangarh which houses a 400-year-old fort, the Ratangarh Fort of Shivaji Maharaj. To reach here, you have to take a flight to Mumbai and then trek from there after a car ride. When you get here, look for a cavity at the top. It is called ‘Nedhe’, which means ‘needle of the eye’. To enter the fort, you will find four gates named Ganesh, Konkan, Tryambaka, and Hanuman. Don’t come back without visiting the most famous attraction here, the Amruteshwar Temple, where you will find awe-inspiring sculptures and carvings. From here the view of Bhandardara Dam and the surrounding forts will fascinate your eyes.

  1. Anjaneri

Sign up for one of the longest treks in India by planning your trip to this mountain peak. From Nashik airport, a bus ride will take you to Trimbakeshwar from where you will have to trek 10 km to reach the mountains. After this exciting trek, you will get to see the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. Yes, you heard that right! There is a cave where, according to mythology, Goddess Anjana gave birth to Lord Hanuman. Now, you can guess why the mountain got its name! You will also find the temple of Anjani Mata on the side of the cave. It is here that Mata Anjana meditated for a child and Lord Shiva blessed her. So, when you are here, you will definitely feel the divine aura all around.

  1. Saptashrungi

All you devotees should consider coming here when you are in Maharashtra. Literally meaning seven hills, there are many revered Hindu temples in this mountain range. You will get to see the Saptashringi temple, one of the 51 Shakti Peethas. According to mythology, this is where the right hand of Sati fell. Pray at Saptashringi Temple, cherish the divine vibe, and see the many devotees around. After marveling at the elaborate Hindu rituals at the temple, you can captivate your eyes with the view of the lush green hill valleys and water bodies from above. Take a flight to Nashik and then board a cab to visit this beautiful mountain full of pilgrimage sites.

We have come to the end of our list of mountains in Maharashtra! Now, you are free to choose which mountain to visit first the next time you travel to Maharashtrian cities!

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