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Kalsubai (Night trek)

Bari village, Maharashtra

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  • 1 Days  1 Nights 
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Difficulty level: Moderate-Challenging

Base Village: Bari

Summit height: 1,646 m / 5,400 ft

Time taken to climb/descend: 3.5-4 hrs climb / 2.5 hrs descent

Distance covered: 5.5 km

 

Meeting point: Kasara stn ticket counter (Saturday 11:30 pm)

Departure point: Kasara stn ticket counter (Sunday 2:30 pm)

11:15 pm: Board the 8:50 pm Kasara Fast from CST (or any other station) on Saturday night and meet the Vagabond EMs at Kasara station ticket counter by 11:15 pm.

11:30 pm: We board privately booked vehicles and head to Bari, where we will be commencing our trek. It'll take us approximately an hour or more to reach the village.

1:00 am: We reach Bari, rest for a while, and get ready to start the trek.

2:00 am: Gear up, pack your bags, and get your torches out! It's gonna be a long and dark climb to the top. We will make a few halts on the way to grab a snack or a drink.

5:00 am: We reach the sub-summit and grab some breakfast.

7:00 am: We reach the Kalsubai temple in time for sunrise. You get a beautiful view of Bhandardara's Arthur lake from the summit.

9:00 am: We start our descent. Finally, you get a view of the surroundings you climbed through in the night.

12:00 am: We reach back down and gather around for lunch at the village

01:30 pm: Time to head back to Kasara station.

02:30 pm: Adios! Back to the mundane city life. Until next time, Vagabonds!

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Inclusions

-Transport to and from Kasara station (private vehicles)

-Refreshments while trekking (nimbu-paani)

-Energy bars

-Breakfast

-Lunch

-Trek guide charges

-Vagabond EMs assistance

-First-Aid assistance

Exclusions

THINGS TO CARRY

-Snacks (non-perishable)

-Packed dinner (to eat on the train)

-Drinking water (min 2 ltr)

-Warm clothes (it gets VERY windy at the summit)

-Torch - VERY IMPORTANT (Headlamp is preferable)

-Camera (optional)


HOW TO REACH

Please DO NOT miss the 8:50 pm Kasara Fast from CST station. Feel free to board this train from any other station (Byculla 8:58 pm, Dadar 9:05 pm, Kurla 9:12 pm, Ghatkopar 9:16 pm, Mulund 9:28 pm, Thane 9:32 pm) but if you miss this train, you will NOT be able to join us for the trek. Meet us at Kasara stn ticket counter by 11:15 pm. Plan accordingly.


Policy and Terms

-Cancellations made 7 days or more in advance of the event date will incur a 20% cancellation fee.

-Cancellations made within 3 - 6 days will incur a 50% cancellation fee.

-Cancellations made within 48 hours to the event will receive no refund.

(Please refer to the further Terms and Conditions mentioned in the footer of the Vagabond website)

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Why choose Vagabond?

Years of experience: We’ve been leading trips around the country since 2014. Our time in this field has helped us learn things about places and people that would not be possible without the amount of experience we have. This knowledge about the destination contributes to a more wholesome and enriching group experience.

Footfall: Since our inception, we’ve led more than 4,500 people on treks, backpacking trips, camps, and outdoor experiences. Be rest assured, we’ve dealt with all kinds of people.

Safety first: Given the time we’ve spent in the travel field, we know and believe in the importance of safety. All our experience managers are first-aid certified, and carry a well equipped first-aid kit on every trip.

Solo / female traveller friendly: Over the years we have noticed a trend in the increasing number of solo and female travellers on our trips. Many of our trips end up having a good amount of solo female travellers.

Group size: We’ve come to realize that taking large groups of people compromises on an intimate inter-personal experience. Thus, our trips are led with a fairly small group of travellers who find it easier to get to know each other over the course of the trip.

No discrimination: At Vagabond, we believe that your age, social class, gender or sexual orientation shouldn’t determine if you’re allowed on a trip or not. Anyone and everyone should feel safe and welcome to experience and explore new places.

Flexible itinerary: On a Vagabond experience, you’re free to stray away from our scheduled itinerary and explore the place on your own. You do you. We’re not your travel guides. We’re here to facilitate a better understanding of the location and help you experience it in your own comfort zone.

Mindfulness to nature: Over the years we’ve seen the places we visit turn filthier and less pristine. We don’t want to contribute to that any further. At a Vagabond experience, we encourage you to reduce your waste and leave the place cleaner than it was. Check out #LeaveNoTrace

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