Durg and Dhakoba are the two unmistakable tops on the level amongst Naneghat and Bhimashankar extends in Pune. Since they are at 3,900 and 4,100 feet separately, they offer telling perspectives of the reaches around. One can camp at Durg sanctuary or Dhakoba sanctuary, both of which are situated between shrubberies. In the event that endeavored from the Konkan side, the trek includes scaling and down soak ghats, which is a significant testing assignment, notwithstanding for experienced trekkers.
Learners can endeavor this from the Deccan agree with little exertion and appreciate the glory of the Western Ghats. The sheer vertical bluffs dropping on the Konkan side offer elating introduction. This trek can likewise be reached out to a 4-5 day trek by covering Ahupe, Siddhgad and Bhimashankar ranges. While Durg is a post, Dhakoba is a tall mountain. From Durg – Dhakoba level, one can see the Bhimashankar woods, Ahupe, Damdamia, Gorakhgad, Machindragad and Siddhgad on one side and Amboli Ghat, Jivdhan and Naneghat on the other. The two are arranged at the cause of Kukdi River. They fall under Junnar Taluka of Pune area, helpfully open from most parts of Maharastra.