Brief Event Description
|Event Organiser||Sahyavede Trekkers|
|Event Location||Raireshwar, Bhor|
|Pickup Point||S. P. College, Tilak Road, Pune|
|Pickup Time||7:00:00 AM|
|Things to Carry||1. Identity Proof (Compulsary)
2. A Rucksack to carry your luggage (NO Sling Bags, Side bags, Suitcases, trolly bags, Shabnam Bags etc.) all luggage packed in plastic bag.
3. At least 2 ltrs of Water (compulsory)
4. Preferably full sleeves clothes.
5. A rainwear. (If you do not want to get Drenched)
6. Trekking shoes with good grip (Avoid wearing sandals, chappals, floaters)
7. One extra pair of clothes & socks.
8. Any personal medicine (As per your doctor’s Suggestion)
9. Camera, Binocular (Optional) Overnight
10. Sleeping bag / Bedding Material
|Itinerary||SInhgad Road, Vadgaon Phata
Breakfast on the way.
Reach the Base by 10:30 a.m.
Start the Trek to Raireshwar after the Instructions by 11:00.
Reach the Top by Noon.
Explore the fort and Descend down to the base by 13:00.
Trek up to the Kenjalgad & Explore the fort.
Reach back to the base by 16:00.
Start the Return Journey. (around 16:00)
Reach Pune by 21:00 hrs.
|Instructions & Guidelines||We, Sahyavede, believe in being a part of the Nature to enjoy it and to preserve it the way it is for the Generations to follow. On the Way Back home, We only leave the Footprints and Carry a lot of Memories and Madness for Sahyadri.|
Raireshwar is situated in Bhor Taluka near Pune, India. Raireshwar has a temple famous for its historical importance. The temple is very old and of stone structure, but it was later re-constructed in the 18th century. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj took the oath of Hindavi Swarajya in this temple at the age of 16 in 1645 and then created history. It's said that he had cut his little finger and taken the oath by dripping blood onto the Shivling. There is a large portrait of Shivaji Maharaj and his friends inside the temple. Thus, Raireshwar can be considered as an important place in Maratha history. It is situated in between various hills and forts such as Kenjalgad. The temple is on a plateau, which is full of beautiful flowers during monsoon. Best season to visit this place is Monsoon.