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Distance

17.31 mi

Elevation gain

2,897 ft

Technical difficulty

Moderate

Elevation loss

2,894 ft

Max elevation

2,624 ft

Trailrank

45 5

Min elevation

151 ft

Trail type

One Way
  • Photo of Bhivpuri Road-Chowk Range trek via Matheran
  • Photo of Bhivpuri Road-Chowk Range trek via Matheran
  • Photo of Bhivpuri Road-Chowk Range trek via Matheran
  • Photo of Bhivpuri Road-Chowk Range trek via Matheran
  • Photo of Bhivpuri Road-Chowk Range trek via Matheran
  • Photo of Bhivpuri Road-Chowk Range trek via Matheran

Coordinates

1230

Uploaded

September 21, 2016

Recorded

September 2016
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2,624 ft
151 ft
17.31 mi

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near Chinchavli, Mahārāshtra (India)

For more info, visit my blog:
https://nomadosauras.com/2016/08/03/matheran-garbett-point-trek-route/

This is a 28 km long trail that starts from Bhivpuri Road Railway Station and climbs onto Matheran via Garbett Point (passing thorugh Diksal village, Bhivpuri lake, Sagachiwadi & Garbett plateau). The trail then joins Neral-Matheran narrow gauge railway line at Aman Lodge Station and leads to Matehran Railway station after three km.
Further, the trail crosses Matheran market and reaches Hashyachi Patti by steps from a hut near Malang Point and goes down to umbernewadi (villagers call it warose) and crosses the stream to reach arkaswadi and then takes the flat road below Irshalgad plateau to reach Nanivali village and ends at Chowk Railway station on the Panvel - Karjat goods train line.

Endurance: Very High (If attempted in one day)/ Medium (If staying overnight in Matheran)
Difficulty: Medium
Risk Factor: Medium

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2 comments

  • akakade077 Dec 7, 2016

    I have followed this trail  View more

    We were crawling by the end of this trek.. g***d fatt gyi but bhari!

  • evilultrarunner Jul 15, 2018

    I have followed this trail  View more

    A wonderful scenic trail. I did it during early and mid monsoon. the trail from ambernewadi to matheran is not very know even to villager so do you home work before going there. It should be avoided at the time of heavy rains. All stream and river on the way become very intense and risky to cross.

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