The thrilling range of Kalsubai attracts trekkers and wanderers from all over Maharashtra. The tallest peak of Kalsubai (5400 ft. from M.S.L.) can be accessed from Bari village of Nagar district which lies on the Bhandardara road. Alang (4852 ft. from M.S.L.), Madan (4841 ft. from M.S.L.), Kulang (4822 ft. from M.S.L.) are the most important and diffi cult forts of this range after Kalsubai. These are the most challenging forts for the experts in climbing and rappelling. The route which once existed in the historic times was destroyed by the British while capturing the forts.
Mordhan (3419 ft. from M.S.L.) is the next fort which is close to Ghoti. One can reach the base village of Khaigaon from Devle which lies on the route to Bhandardara. This fort has a wide plateau at the top and it provides a view which makes it a must watch destination.
The foothills of Kalsubai range is covered with dense forest. But looking at the deforestation in certain areas, the vegetation may reduce to a greater extent in the coming years. Being a region in the ghats, the monsoons in this area are heavy as compared to the surrounding areas. One can see nature at its best during this season. It is convenient to travel by one’s own vehicle in this region since the frequency of public transport is quite less.
Apart from the forts, one can watch the Amruteshwar temple at the foothills of Ratangad
and the Randa waterfall.