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Dhodap
 At a Glance
Trek Dhodap
Alias -
Type Hill Fort
District Nashik
Height above mean sea level ~ 4750 ft (1452 mt)
Base Village Hatti
Minimum Duration 2 Days
Region Nashik
Transport Kalyan to Nashik  (road/rail, ~ 130 km)- Dhodambe (road, ~ 40 km) - Hatti (road, 3 km)
Time to reach the top About 2 1/2 hrs from Hatti
Water Availability Water cistern is available on the top close to temple
Best season to visit Any time 
Sights to visit Temple (Jagdamba temple), various caves, peculiar natural wall, water cisterns, Darwaja's
Difficulty Rating Simple
Shelter Caves at the top
 Location
Dhodap from Hatti village This fort is a part of a Satmala range of Sahyadri, situated north-east of Nashik city. One has to reach village Hatti and then trek the fort for about 2 2/1 hrs (ST for Hatti leaves Nashik in the evening at about 5 pm and same ST then leaves from Hatti to Nashik next morning at 7 am)
 
 Precautions

  No special precautions are needed.

 
 Sight Seeing
Temple is in fact situated in one of the caves and is in good condition. Few other caves are also seen around and are quite big in size.

 
 





Ancient remnants
 
 





Trunk of Dhodap fort
 
 Note
   All references regarding duration of trek and transport are given with respect to Kalyan, which is about 50 km north-east of Mumbai.
 Contact
   cdeepan@gmail.com                        Deepan Ashok Choudhary
   abhijit.avalaskar@gmail.com            Abhijit Ulhas Avalaskar
   Last updated on : 1st Dec 2005