Water was available at the top
At the start we were just four of us- Aaditya Gurav, Ninad Vilankar, Vinayak Pol and me. But while returning 12 trekkers got added up as their guide betrayed them on their way back and they had to rely on us to reach the village at the base.
|Near a dried-up waterfall route|
On the traverse up to the foot hills of Manikgad, theres a reservoir- Jambhivali (जम्भीवली) which can be seen below at some height. And moving for another 30 - 40 minutes from here, we come across a small shed housing a Lord Hanuman carving. Near the Lord Hanuman carving, some distance inside the forest, we also spotted a small carving of a unknown deity.
|Water cisterns on the top|
|Jambhivali reservoir as seen from the top|
To read the detailed description of the route click here. This link will take you to my previous post on Manikgad trek. Hope you enjoyed reading.
Note: All the pics used in this post are courtesy of Aaditya Gurav.