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A popular trekking site in Pune, the route to Sinhagad Fort is glistening and green during the rains and takes a couple of hours to complete.
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The trail in Raigad isn't very steep but can be intense. The stunning plunge waterfalls at the end are a great reward for this energising trail.
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Cross rivers, villages and dense forests on this trek through Ahmednagar, which takes approximately 2 hours each way.
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The journey to Coorg's highest peak is a scenic one with coffee estates. Majority of the route is comfortable but has narrow, steep points.
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The almost milk-like waterfalls in Goa are a popular choice even from surrounding states where you can trek to the base of it.
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The trail in Karnataka comprises rocky hills. It is ideal for beginners as it can be covered in a couple of hours.
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The famous trekking point in Karnataka is home to dense foliage, native fauna and flowing streams, which come to life during monsoon.
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The Maharashtrian trail will take you through scenic paths and dense jungle area, which are home to wildlife like langurs, deers.
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