Nane Ghat (830
is a historical pass which once in history, enjoyed
prime importance. At Nane Ghat the inscription, the
steps, the rock-cut rest houses, and the cisterns show
that as far back as the 1st century B.C., this route
was frequently used. Even now , it carries heavy trade
traffic of local tribal people.
(1145 m): An important historical hill fort
standing at the edge of the ghats. To the west it's
rock walls drop a sheer 1000 m into the Konkan. It has
a prominent isolated pillar, about 60 m high, known
as Vanar Lingi (Monkey's Point) OR Khada Parsi. It commands
an excellent view across the Nane Ghat. It has Caves,
cisterns and Mohammedan construction on the top.
(1065 m): It is conical in shape and a prominent
landmark. The deep narrow precipice near the summit
is an interesting rock climbing proposition. On the
top is a small shrine of Local Tribal Peoples and the
hill is considered sacred in the region.
Ghat: This is one of the old trade route connecting
Konkan to Ghats. Malshej ghat opens up easy access to
many surrounding hill in the valley. This is a most
beautiful place to visit in Monsoon.