Kalsubai Night Trek
Saturdays | 8:30PM - Sundays | 5:00PM
Invite your friends
and enjoy a shared experience
Invite your friends
and enjoy a shared experience
Go where you feel most alive.
It’s time to upgrade the level of your adventure and feel the real thrill..!
Somewhere between the bottom of the climb and the summit is the answer to the mystery why we climb.
Trekking to the most beautiful peak & Say hello to Kalsubai, which is the highest peak in Maharashtra
Why Kalsubai should be your next trekking destination?
Surrounded by lush green forests and fields, the trekking route towards Maharashtra’s Highest Peak is a surreal experience for all the nature lovers and trek enthusiasts. Challenging yet fun-filled, trek towards the highest summit will test your patience and offer an amazing panoramic view of several more mountain ranges like Alang, Madangad, Kulang, Ratangad (south west) and to the south Pabhargad, Ghanchakkar & Harishchandragad. Also, attempting to climb the most wish-listed mountain in the Sahyadri offers a great sense of achievement for most of the trekking enthusiasts
The story behind Kalsubai Unveiled
It is truly believed by the local villagers that a housemaid residing in a nearby village had disappeared near the mountain while trying to escape her employer’s harsh suffering. This gives the mountain its present name as well as a reason for this temple to be built in her memory.
More about the climbing patches and Summit (Kalsubai Shikhar)
Nestled among several slopes, Kalsubai is a mix of easy to ascend slopes as well as rocky patches overlooking the valley below. To reach the Summit, Govt. has built many iron ladders along the vertical hill slopes.
Before the final lap, there comes a resting post where you can halt and enjoy having hot tea as well as crispy snacks. On the peak, there exists a temple devoted to Kalsubai Mata where local villagers offer prayers and perform Pujas during festivals.
- Highest Peak Of Maharashtra.
- Night Trek
- Breakfast on top of the mountain
- Panoramic view of several mountains
Day 1st - Saturday
Well, be boarding the Bus from the nearest local Pick up points. Bus timings are shared below for convenience:
08:30 pm: Pick up at WEH metro station bus stop, Andheri.
08:15 pm: Pick up at Kalanagar bus stop (on highway), Bandra.
09:00 pm: Pick up at Sion station circle.
09:15 pm: pick up at Amar Mahal Flyover Chembur.
09:30 pm: pick up at JVLR Signal EEH.
09:45 pm: pick up at teen haath naka Thane.
Meeting Point: at WEH metro station bus stop, Andheri 08:30 pm
Day 2nd - Sunday
02:00 am: We reach Bari, from where you can get a glimpse of Kalsubai peak freshen up for a while and get ready to start the trek.
02:15 am: Gear up, pack your bags and get your torches out! It's gonna be a long and dark climb to the top. We will make a few halts on the way where you can grab your snack or a drink.
06:00 am: We reach the Kalsubai temple in time for the sunrise. You get a beautiful view of Bhandardara's Arthur lake from the summit.
06:45 am: We start our descent. Finally, you get a view of the surroundings you climbed through in the night.
07:00 am: grab a quick breakfast on the mountain and start the descent.
11:00 am: We reach back down at the base village.
11.30 pm: freshen up & grab a quick Lunch
01:00 pm: Time to head back to & say goodbey to everest of maharashtra.
05:00 pm: Adios! Back to the mundane city life. Until next time, Bhatakna!
- Travelling from Mumbai to Mumbai (only if you book with Transportation ticket).
- Morning breakfast-tea.
- Veg Lunch.(jain available)
- First Aid kit.
- Bhatakna Expertise Representative.
- forest entry charges.
- extra meals cold drinks.
- Water bottles
- anything not mentioned above in inclusion.
Things To Carry
- Identity Proof.
- mask & sanitizer.
- Bottle of Water (at least 2 litres).
- Ready to eat food like plum cakes, dry fruits etc.
- Jackets and woolens as it would get cold in the night.
- and morning.
- Cap, Camera.
- Good Trekking shoes.
- Personal care stuff, ORS, medicines which you require usually.
- Haversack to put all the things in Please do not carry sling bags or jholas.
COVID Safety Guidelines
•Each member of the group (participants/trek leads) will need to wear protective masks while interacting with others.
•It is strongly recommended to wear caps, full sleeves shirts and full trousers and shoes for adventure activities.It reduces exposure of your body parts to Covid virus.
•It should be ascertained from the participants that they are not residing / have not travelled in a containment zone and have not come in contact with any person who was tested Covid positive in last 14 days.
•Ascertain whether any participant has any symptoms of Influenza like illness (ILI) like fever, dry cough, weakness, severe body ache etc. at the time of beginning of activity. If it is so then he/she should be asked not to participate and be evacuated on medical grounds and should be asked to report to local health authority
•Strictly avoid eating gutkha, pan masala or sniffing tapkir which induces spitting, coughing or sneezing.
Follow safe health practices in case you want to cough, sneeze in public space or during activity.
Trek Lead would be carrying sanitizer, spare masks, few pairs of disposable gloves (in sufficient quantity) as a Covid Protection Kit.
•Avoid touching external surfaces and touching your face when in outdoors.
•If the location of your adventure activity is too crowded then be prepared to leave or wait for the crowd to disperse/for your turn.
•It is mandatory that a participant informs the organisers if he tests positive for Covid within 14 days of returning from adventure activity. It will help the organisers to inform and alert all other persons in the group and concerned health authorities of Government, so that they can follow the medical/government norms in this regard. Here it is absolutely essential that the participant observes transparency and informs the organisers/group leaders about his Covid test results. Organisers should actively pursue this matter with participants as this is a mutual responsibility.
• There is no freshen up / washroom facility at the top. There is the only a
toilet at the base village.
• Avoid carrying heavy weight for the trek.
• Floaters and Sandals are not allowed, please wear proper trekking
shoes. (Shoes with poor condition will not be allowed).
• Hiking / Trekking / Rock climbing is an adventurous activity and
accidents can happen in spite of taking utmost caution and care.
• The "Bhatakna" will not be responsible for injury/accident/death to
• Participants with any medical issues /history are not allowed to opt for
this event. If he/she does so that it is done at the participant's risk. The management won't be responsible for any incident.
Rules and regulations
No drugs are allowed at the campsite. If you are seen handling, consuming or appear under the influence of any illegal substances we have the right to deny you entry and ask you to leave the premises
All the participants whether travelling by local train/bus or private vehicle must reach at the meeting point at the given time. The organizers will wait for you at the meeting point for not more than 15mins. Post which the organizers may go out of network range and will not be able to assist you to the base camp. In such situation the organizers shall not be liable for any inconvenience what so ever and the participants will be considered as “no show” for which no refund will be given. In any case the leader’s decision will be final and no arguments or objection from the participants will be entertained. During the event if any participant does not follow safety instructions and indulges in acts that lead to physical harm, the organizers will not be held liable for it. If the weather conditions are unfavorable or that the time of a natural calamity on or before the trek, the event will be cancelled, and no refund will be given in this case. Stay options mentioned in the itinerary are subject to availability and natural conditions i.e. tents can’t be pitched if it rains and/or rain storm is being predicted. In such cases an attempt will be made to provide shelter for the night. Food during the trekking and camping events will be basic as it will be sourced locally from villages and will be cooked by villagers. The Tickets can be cancelled 7 days prior to the event and 90% amount will be refunded.Participant is responsible for his own valuables as there are no luggage safety lockers in any of the base camps. Participation will be at your own risk and the organizers will not be held responsible for any accidents, loss of life or valuables.
50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 3 days prior to the event date.
No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days. No show No Refund.
Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.
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