Mumbai Hikers Community 29.11.2015

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Posted: 28 Nov 2015 01:05 AM PST
  Location: Bhandardhara region Grade : Medium Endurance : Medium Base Village: Samrad village ---------------------------------------------------------------------- "SANDHAN" …. is a beautiful place situated in the Western Ghats near Ratangad. The valley is located on the west side of beautiful Bhandardhara region near Samrad village. This is the water carved valley of 50 to 500 feet deep and around two km long. Valley is surrounded by Alang, Malang , Kulang, Kalsubai, Ratangad and Ajoba mountain range. Experience the heart throbbing crossing of 4 ft deep water pool in the way of rock floored water carved valley. This will be awesome thrilling memorable trek... --------------------------------------------------------------------------- The itinerary for the event is as follow :Ways To Reach : We will be leaving by Second Last Kasara Fast Local on 11th Dec 2015 (Friday) Time Table - 10:50 pm :CST 10:57 pm: Byculla 11:04 pm: Dadar 11:12 pm: Kurla 11:17 pm: Ghatkopar 11:27 pm: Mulund 11:31 pm: Thane 11:54 pm: Dombivali 00:03 am: Kalyan 01:18 am: Kasara   03:00 Hrs: Depart 2 Samrad by Private vehicle -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Day 1 - Saturday Reach Samrad by Private vehicle Rest Morning Refreshment Start trek Lunch Midway By 5PM-- Reach at base, dinner, campfire & stay   Day 2 - Sunday Wake Up early Finish morning refreshments Start descend towards Dehne Lunch proceed for Asangaon Reach Kayan by Local train by 05:30 pm tentatively -------------------------------------------------------------------------   The cost for the event will be Rs 1450/- per head i. Which includes Transportation from Kasara till Asangaon, ii 2 meals & Refreshments iii Rappelling Charges ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Things To Be carried: Identity proof (must) A bottle of water (atleast 2 Ltrs), Lunch for Saturday.. Plates , Glass ... Read more
Posted: 27 Nov 2015 10:39 PM PST
Dear Friends we invite you all for Bungee Jumping & Water Rafting at Rishikesh from 24th to 28th Dec 2015. Bungee jumping also spelt "Bungy" jumping is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord. The tall structure is usually a fixed object, such as a building, bridge or crane. The thrill comes from the free-falling and the rebound. When the person jumps, the cord stretches and the jumper flies upwards again as the cord recoils, and continues to oscillate up and down until all the kinetic energy is dissipated. Rishikesh Is also known as the gateway to the Himalayas, Rishikesh is a vibrant city and attracts lacs of people from both India and abroad for various reasons. Though for thousands of years it has been known as a pilgrimage center, in the past few years it has been emerging as the Yoga and Rafting capital of India. Duration : 05 Nights / 06 Days ( Two Nights in Train and 3 Nights in Cottages) Itinerary :Day 1: 24th December (Thursday) :We Will depart from Mumbai for this Bungee Jumping & White Water Rafting trip by Haridwar AC Super Express. It departs from Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 07:55 am. Mafia time in train and other fun time in train. Day 2: 25th December (Friday) :We will reach Haridwar station at 1:00 noon. Transfer to Resort. Rest for some time. Experience Volleyball, badminton, evening bonfire and fun games with new friends and the night trek around campsite. Day 3: 26th December (Saturday) :Morning Wakeup Call. After Breakfast head to exciting Rafting Trip (Marine Drive to NIM Beach - 24KM) along with other exciting activites like Cliff jumping / Body Surfing. Sightseeing at Rishikesh like Lakshman jhoola, Ram Jhoola and Evening Ganga Aarti. Evening Bonfire, Dinner and Overnight Stay. Day 4: 27th December (Sunday) :Today you will experience India's first extreme adventure zone, the day you all were looking forward for... Yes Yes Yes the day of Bungee Jumping. We will be jumping from firs... Read more
Posted: 27 Nov 2015 06:07 AM PST
Highlights: Bike ride to Nubra valley and ride the double humped camel Trek in the Hemis National park and spot the birds and mammals Bike ride to the high altitude Tso Moriri lake surrounded by snow capped peaks Visit the monasteries of Leh Homestay in villages of Ladakh and enjoy their cuisines   It is a land like no other, shrouded in myths and legends.  Ladakh is bounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram. A maze of enormously high snow-capped peaks and the largest glaciers dominate the terrain. Remote yet never isolated, this trans Himalayan land is a repository of a myriad cultural and religious influences from mainland India, Tibet and Central Asia.   Itinerary: 21st May, Saturday Arrive at Leh, Acclimatization; Ride bike around Leh and visit Shanti Stupa   22nd May, Sunday Grab a bike or sit in our Jeep and ride to Nubra valley. We will pass through Khardungla pass which is one of the highest motorable road in world.  Night stay at Diskit or Hunder village.   23rd May, Monday Explore Nubra. Here, the Shyok river meets the Nubra river to form a large valley that separates the Ladakh and Karakorum Ranges. The whole valley looks like landscape of the moon in winter. The cold desert between Diskit and Hunder is a must visit on a two-humped camel.   24th May, Tuesday Travel to Zingchen by taxi which is the entry to Hemis national park. Hemis is a high altitude national park and famous for being the best place to see the snow leopard in the wild. Trek from Zingchen to Rumbak (4050m). Blue sheep are seen occasionally on the middle or lower slopes on the sides of the trail as you approach Rumbak.   25th May, Wednesday Trek from Rumbak to Stok (4200m). Rumbak is a magical village with 36 households and provides excellent opportunity for bird watching. The high pastures are also wolf habitat. As you approach Stok, you can see the north face of the vertical Stok Kangri peak (6,121 m)   ... Read more
Posted: 27 Nov 2015 03:08 AM PST
Dear Trekkers and Hikers ,    We at Bhramanti365 has arranged a Toughest Trek in Sahayadris #ALANG MADAN KULANG (AMK)  ON 8th January  - 10th January 2016 (Leaving on 7th Night )     Alang Fort (also Alangad) is a fort in Nashik district, Maharashtra, It is one of the three forts, the others being Madangad and Kulang, in the Kalsubai range of the Western Ghats. Alang, Madan and Kulang, the forts situated in Kalasubai range, are the most difficult forts in Nasik District. Dense forest and less population have made these treks difficult. These three forts are little neglected due to very heavy rain and difficult as well as confusing ways to go.   The A-M-K, Alang Mandan Kulang trio fort is a 3 day trek. It is a test of your confidence endurance patience vertigo laughter thrill balance physical and mental fitness. four major rock patches jungle walk rock climbing. Every treker must do this trek atleast once in his life.   The Deadliest Trek in Maharashtra. If you haven't done this one. You Haven't finished the trekking in Maharashtra,This Treks gives a Certificate of Testing as a Rugged Trekker in Sahayadri....Hope to C u on the Trek.   Trek Schedule :- ( 07th Jan 2016  - 10:50 PM Kasara Semifast Local )    @ Catch Kasara Local from the respective Station as per the timings mentioned below   10:50 PM – KASARA Semi fast Local from CST @ CST :- 10:50 PM@ Byculla :- 10:57 PM.@ Dadar :- 11:05 PM@ Kurla :- 11:13 PM@ Ghatkopar :- 11:18 PM@ Mulund :- 11:30 PM@ Thane :- 11:34 PM@ Dombivali :- 11:54 PM@ Kalyan :- 00:07 AM@ Kasara :- 01:18 AM.   After Reaching Kasara one has to gather near the Ticket Window and after the confirmation of the participants we will move ahead further in Private Vehicles  Ghoti - Bhandardhara - Ghatghar   # Day 1 - 8th Jan 2016.   @ 07:00 AM Reaching at Shendi Village. @ 10:30 AM - Ghatghar. Breakfast in between Shendi and Ghatghar. @ 11:00 AM Base of Alang Fort ( Alangad). @ 02:30 PM Rest and Lunch. @ 03:00 PM - Ro... Read more

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