Ramsej or Ramshej Fort is a little recorded stronghold situated on Nashik-Peth Road in Maharashtra. Arranged at a height of 3273 feet, Ramshej Fort is one of the prevalent storm trekking places in Maharashtra. Ramshej actually implies Lord Ram's bedstead. It is trusted that Lord Rama had made this place as his home for quite a while amid their outcast; thus the post got its name. To achieve Ramshej fortification, guests can take a transport straight up to Aashewadi Village, which lies at the foot of the post. The route to the fortification begins from Aashewadi on the south side and it takes 1 hour to achieve the highest point of the post. In transit, there is a little sanctuary of ruler Ram inside a colossal give in. The give in is all around kept up by the aficionados and offers a decent place to remain. One reservoir lies on south side of this give in, which has consumable water. On the left was gigantic level and on the correct side there was a passage with steps which prompt the principle fortress. The fundamental passage was as yet in place.