1.Ramshej Fort was remain Invincible by mughal attacks for many years. All the mughal commanders came with the intentions to conquer this fort was loosed against Marathi king “Chatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj” and commander of the fort Suryaji Jedhe. Unlike all the other forts in Maharshtra this fort is not surrounded by any Impassable region but situated on plain land.You can visit this fort during monsoon or winter.Located few kilometres from main city this place is really worth a visit as it will put the glorious era of Marathi emperor ”Chatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj” in front of you.Though it is really decrepit state right now still few monuments are remains on the top of the mountain.It is also said that Lord Ram was lived on this hill during Vanwas.
Address Of Ramshej Fort Nashik:On Nashik – Peth Road 14 KM away from main city. You can easily find this fort just drive though Nashik-Peth Road and ask for Ramshej Fort There is a village situated at the foothills known as Aashewadi.
2.Salher Fort was under Shivaji maharaj in 1671. The Mughals attacked the fort in 1672. Almost one lakh soldiers fought in this war. Many soldiers died in this battle but finally Shivaji Maharaj won the battle. Of all the face to face battles between the Mughals and Shivaji Maharaj’s troops, the battle of Salher takes first place. Such a big battle was not won before. The bravery and strategy used by the Maratha troops in the battle spread far and wide and increased Shivaji Maharaj’s fame further. After winning Salher, the Marathas also captured Mulher and established their reign over the Baglan region. In 18th century the Peshwas occupied this fort and later by the British.
Address To Salher Fort:No much public transportation is available, Please refer Google maps for more accurate route.
3.Mulher FortThe Rathod dynasty of Bagul ancestry reigned Baglan between 1310 and 1638. Mulher fort was their capital. The Mughals then gained control of Baglan. For the Surat forays of January 1664 & October 1670, Shivaji Maharaj had followed the route passing through Baglan to reach Surat. On the first occasion, the entire region from Pune to Surat was under the command of the Mughals while on the second occasion, Baglan was mainly under their control. The Mughals chased Shivaji Raje on his return journey but they were defeated in the Kanchana Pass. Soon after this, Shivaji began a campaign in this region. In January 1671 the first assault brought the Salher fort under the Maratha rule. They then attacked Mulher fort but the Mughal Killedar repulsed the attack. However, the Marathas captured the Chaulher fort. In October 1671, the Mughals laid siege to Salher fort. But Shivaji despatched Moropant and Prataprao to break down the siege. They not only lifted the siege of Salher, but also attacked Mulher and captured it in February 1672. This feat resulted in the assimilation of the entire Baglan region into Swarajya.
Address To Mulher Fort: No much public transportation is available, Please refer Google maps for more accurate route.
4.Anjaneri: Anjaneri is birthplace of God Hanuman. Anjaneri fort is named after God Hanuman’s mother ‘Anjani’.Anjaneri has major significance for devout and hikers alike. God Hanuman spent his childhood and grew up on the same mountain.
Addtrss to Anjaneri:The primary way to reach the Anjaneri fort is from Anjaneri village. One should get down at Anjaneri Phata, which is 20 km away from Nasik on the Nasik-Tryambakeshwar road. Anjaneri village is at a walking distance of 10 to 15 minutes from Anjaneri Phata. Two pinnacles called ‘Navara’ and ‘Navari’ can be seen from Anjaneri village. The way to fort goes through Anjaneri village itself. Next to that there are some steps, through which we reach the plateau of Anjaneri. It takes almost one and the half hour to reach this plateau from Anjaneri village.
5.MangiTungi:Mangi-Tungi is a prominent twin-pinnacled peak with plateau in between, located near Tahrabad about 125 km from Nasik, Maharashtra, India. Mangi, 4,343 ft (1,324 m) high above sea level, is the western pinnacle and Tungi, 4,366 ft (1,331 m) high, the eastern.
Address To Mangi Tungi: Mangi-Tungi, Sub District Satana, District Nashik, Maharashtra – 423302