Hadsar is a hill strategically located in
the state of Maharashtra. It is centered
at an altitude of 3200 feet from its base. The structure has within it a whole
lot of under cover holes that stands as access into the hill as it was built in
These burrows are nicely cut and shaped, they
lead to two similar identical gateway.
However, aside from these tunnels Hadsar Trek
hill boast of water tanks around it. You can also find a temple called Shiva
right above the hill, this temple has engravings of Ganesh and Hanuman.
Also, Hadsar hill has a pond right in front of
it. It also posses a fortress room beneath the ground that is believed to have
been used to keep things safe.
Details on how to get to Hadsar Trek
Once you find your way to the village it is
roughly about 10mins climb to where you can sight the hill. You can always get
directions from the locals as it is necessary to ask for a tour guide in order
not to get confused. With a guide you move on to the next plain where you will
see a fly over that you’ll be required to cross this now leads you to the
nicely shaped steps that you’d be required to. climb. When you get to the end
of the steps take a left turn, when you do, you’ll see the similar looking Mughal style gateway
right in front of you.
Once you’ve gained entry, move to the top of the
highland that is above the hill. With that you are now half way to the hill
you’ll confirm this when you see a well just by the side. There are villagers
all around that can direct you to it. The hill is located at exactly 15mins
walk from the well.
The hill as earlier stated has around it water reservoirs even though it may not be
safe to drink them and so it’ll be wise to take with you your own water.
Water cisterns are available within the fort, but
the water in them is not potable. It is strongly advisable to carry your own
water with you.
Kalyan is at the middle of Mumbai and Kasara rail
line, and it is easy to link it with Gujarat both the north and south India.
Therefore there is always available trains to
convey passengers to their choice destinations.
You can also ply the route with the state
terminal buses as these buses often go from Kalyan to Junnar which is about 125
kmsquare. These busses go down to the Hadsar as it is can be easily connected.