Lohagad Fort

#0 of 20 things to do in Khandala

One of the many hill forts of Maharashtra, the Lohagad Fort, translating literally to a fort made of iron, housed prisoners captured during the war. It was built by Chatrapathi Sivaji and is one heritage site deserving of its massive reputation. In the monsoons, the top of the fort is covered in mist and fog making it wet and prone to the growth of moss. The routes are slippery at this time and precautions need to be taken. The trek to the fort covers a distance of 5km and is relatively an easy task.

Lohagad Fort Photos

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