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We tried to go to the Sinhagad fort in the late afternoon, however, the driving road up to it is closed. We drove 1.5 hours through Pune to get there, and the guards were like, “you can hike up.” It was a 2.5 hour hike...More
Places in and around Pune should be visited only during monsoon season to know its real beauty. I visited Sinhagad fort in July, with light drizzle, a hot piping corn and an umbrella. Enjoyed its beauty to the core.
This is hill fort in ruins not so much attractive but attracts large no of people in weekends and holidays due to it's location which is 1312 metres above mean sea level.
If u love trekking then u ll surely enjoy it but beware of...More
Just don't miss this trek anyhow if you are coming to pune.
If you don't want to trek then you can hire the car or drive the car till end.
Historic Background is definitely there..interested ..just read the google .
It's little tiring trek for...More
It is the best trek to check your stamina.You should visit atleast 2 times in a year.There are many who go on very Sunday.But best time for trek is early morning and returning by 9.30 to 10.00 am before you get stuck up in the...More
Named as sinhagad after great warrior Tanaji Malusare, it is one of the best historical fort. From top, we can see torna, rajgad, tung and other forts it is a great place for picnic. The scenery around there was visual treat for me.
Sinhgarh Fort is the favourite go to place of those in Pune. Its commanding height, short travelling time and history associated with it make it popular. The Fort has limited parking for vehicles hence entry is controlled. Around the parking area there are plenty of...More
Response from Jehanjazz | Reviewed this property |
Roads are getting redone, which makes one lane open to both sides of the traffic, incoming and outgoing cars do slow down a bit, but the fort is still accessible, you can also chose to trek your way up.