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3 soul-enriching monsoon treks in Maharashtra!

This wonderful monsoon weather and those damp streets just make us feel like sipping on our hot beverage all day. The only outing most of us are thrilled to go on during monsoons are monsoon treks. What better than witnessing such beautiful weather at its best from the top of a mountain!


All the adventure junkies must head here during monsoons. Harishchandragad is situated in the Malshej region of the western ghats and is the third highest peak in Maharashtra. Climbing at 80 degrees on a conclave cliff,this trek surely makes for one of the difficult treks of the season. You might want to carry some first aid essentials while you venture out on such challenging adventure. Shop at Shoppers Stop or Lifestyle store at Inorbit Malad & Vashi to buy a sturdy backpack for all your essentials during the trek.

2.Kaas Plateau

Listed as a natural heritage site by UNESCO, this offers a view that is unlike any other in the monsoons. Caped with gorgeous flowers, it's not just the lush greens that will take your breath away. Kaas plateau is situated in the western ghats and home to about 850 species of flowers. If you want to look as beautiful as this carpet of colourful flowers, then come shop for the latest monsoon fashions at Coverstory, Vero Moda, AND and Only at in Inorbit Malad.

3.Lohagad, Maharashtra

Its historical significance makes this is one-day trek a phenomenal encounter with nature and history. The view from the top at 3420 feet above sea-level is breathtaking. Though this fort has steps right till the top, the trail and steps can get slippery. Don't forget to wear good trekking shoes if you decide to trek to see the majestic views from the fort. Shop at Inorbit to get some amazing discounts at Woodland and Skechers for your next trekking pairs.

While you venture out on one of these treks, don't forget to carry all the essentials to take care of yourself. Head to Inorbit, Malad and Vashi to buy all your trekking needs at Flat 50% off on 23rd June!