Pavagadh is a hill station in Gujarat. Situated about 46 kilometres from Vadodra, the Pavagadh hill is known for its famous Mahakali temple which attracts thousands of pilgrims per day. The area is inhabiitated by the tribals, Rathwas.
The location of the hills provide a good scenery. The height of Pavagadh hill is of 822 metres and one can find many scenic trails such as waterfalls while climbing. The hill station wad built on the volcanic cone. This is what the name Pavagadh indicates (Pavgadh means fire-hill). At the base of the hill is the historical city of Champaner with which it forms the Champaner Pavagadh archaelogical park.
The temple of Maa Kali at the top of the Pavagadh hill is a must visit. The archaelogical park comprises of great architectural wonders.