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Harishchandragad via Nali-chi-vaat (Part 2)

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SubscribeFiled Under: Export, India, Trekking,by Neeraj

A recount of my thrilling trek to Harishchandragad via nali-chi-vaat, which is considered to be one of the most difficult treks in the Sahyadri Mountains (Western Ghats) of Maharashtra, India. This is a story about the most adrenaline-filled 48 hours of my life.

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Good Morning, Sahyadri!

Thanks to the extra sleeping mat, which Krish had brought for me, I had a relatively comfortable sleep. I had learned the importance of a sleeping mat the hard way when I went on my first “jumbo trek” to Alang-Madan-Kulang back in 2006.  A sleeping mat can make an otherwise hard, rough and uneven surface “sleep-able”.

Harishchandragad via Nali-chi-vaat (Part 1)

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SubscribeFiled Under: Export, India, Trekking,by Neeraj

A recount of my thrilling trek to Harishchandragad via nali-chi-vaat, which is considered to be one of the most difficult treks in the Sahyadri Mountains (Western Ghats) of Maharashtra, India. This is a story about the most adrenaline-filled 48 hours of my life.

Click for: Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four

Harishchandragad via “nali-chi-vaat” was a trek that scared the living daylights out of me.  It was the first second time on a trek in the Sahyadri Mountains that I actually feared for my life. At the end of the trek, I made a promise to myself that I would never put myself in such a situation again.  No trek is worth the risks that we put ourselves in during this trek.  This memoir is a narration of that thrilling “do or die” two-day trek that I did back in November 2008. It was fun going over my notes while writing this article … it was as if I was transported back in time and re-living every single moment.  I briefly wrote about this trek in my Retrospection article.

Trekkers en route Harishchandragad

Trekkers en route Harishchandragad