Other Places Near Trambakeshwar

Other Places Near Trambakeshwar

Bramhagiri Parvat

1.5 km via Trimbak Ring Road
At a distance of 3 km from Trimbakeshwar Bus Station, Brahmagiri is a mountain adjacent to Trimbakeshwar in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. Brahmagiri is the source of the sacred River Godavari. Brahmagiri literally means the hill of Lord Brahma. The gradual ascent of 2 km brings you to the top of Brahmagiri Hill. It takes around 2 hours to reach the top of the Brahmagiri from Trimbakeshwar. One can see the temples of Lord Shiva and goddess Godavari at the top of Brahmagiri Hill. Godavari Temple is believed to be the origin of Godavari River. The river appears here as coming out from the mouth of Nandi. From here, the river flows till Gangadwar and then towards Kushavart teerth in Trimbakeshwar village.
Bramhagiri

Shirdi, Saibaba

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple

87.8 km from Nashik
Shirdi is located approximately 296 km from Mumbai, capital of Maharashtra in India. It is called the Land of Sai. Helicopter services are available to Shirdi. The helipad is owned by Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust. One has to take the permission of the trust to land here. Shirdi now has a new railway station called "Sainagar Shirdi", which became operational in March 2009. The project was to be completed in 2001, but was actually completed only in 2009 due to various reasons. The new railway station is located just 2 km from Baba's Temple in Shirdi. The Shirdi Sansthan also provides bus transportation from the train station to their guest houses for those devotees that have chosen to reserve a room and stay at the newly constructed Sansthan guest houses (for most updated information pertaining to this, please see the Shirdi Sai Sansthan website).

Anjaneri Parvat

4 km from Trimbakeshwar
Situated on Trimbak Road, Anjaneri is about 18-20 kilo meters from Nashik. It is a very popular trek among enthusiasts and a lot of people start trekking from this place. Considered as the birth place of Hanuman, Anjaneri is beautiful and has a number of small waterfalls. It is an easy climb for even six-year old kids. when you go for trekking you are closer to nature and hence it is not your comfort that is important but the nature's comfort that you should think about. Avoid carrying plastics bottles and avoid packing food in silver foils as they do not decompose. It is always better to wear full-length pants during the trek instead of shorts as there is always a strong possibility of getting hurt."
Anjaneri Parvat

Pandavleni Caves

Pandavleni Caves

9.2 Km from Nashik
Pandvaleni is situated on Mumbai Road and is extremely popular among the college students as it falls just outside city limits. An extremely simple climb, the Buddha caves bring a lot of young people here. Phalke Smarak is the base camp of Pandavleni. Urjita Gokhale, a student, shares, "During the monsoon we go to Pandavleni almost every Sunday. It is fun climbing during rains and you get a complete view of the Nashik city from the top." There are steps all the way to the top. "Because it is a safe climb, our parents do not get bothered much when we go there with friends. Do carry some good food with you," she says.

Harihar Fort Trekking

13.6 km from Trimbakeshwar
13km Distance between Trambakeshwar and Harihargad. Harihargad is situated in Trimbak area and Nirgupada is the base village. It is considered as one of the most interesting treks because of the variety that it provides to the trekkers. Harihargad is a very well-built fort but is not very well developed tourist spot. The level of difficulty for climbing the fort is medium. It is a known destination among regular trekkers but is a new spot for college students. One has to climb the 35-40 steps to reach the top. This is the most dangerous patch. It is very steep and the constant water flow has left a lot of moss gathered there. Carrying a rope is advisable. Besides the monkeys who trouble you a lot, the place also has a thick fog-cover. Hiring a guide is preferable because there is a possibility that you might get the route wrong.
Harihar Fort

Gangadwar Trimbakeshwar

Gangadwar - Trimbakeshwar

30 km from Trimbakeshwar
At a distance of 3 km from Trimbakeshwar Bus Station, Brahmagiri is a mountain adjacent to Trimbakeshwar in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. Brahmagiri is the source of the sacred River Godavari. Brahmagiri literally means the hill of Lord Brahma. The gradual ascent of 2 km brings you to the top of Brahmagiri Hill. It takes around 2 hours to reach the top of the Brahmagiri from Trimbakeshwar. One can see the temples of Lord Shiva and goddess Godavari at the top of Brahmagiri Hill. Godavari Temple is believed to be the origin of Godavari River. The river appears here as coming out from the mouth of Nandi. From here, the river flows till Gangadwar and then towards Kushavart teerth in Trimbakeshwar village.
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