The region of Manmad range receives scanty rainfall and hence is an ideal picnic spot only during the monsoons. The entire region in transformed into a refreshing place during the monsoons. The drizzling showers and the pleasure of sightseeing make one feel overwhelmed. There is a vast expanse of agricultural planes on all sides.
Habdi-chi-shendi is one important pinnacle in the range along with the forts of Mesna (2703 ft. from M.S.L.), Gorakhgad (2116 ft. from M.S.L.), Katra (2595 ft. from M.S.L.), and Ankai (3152 ft. from M.S.L.), – Tankai (2788 ft. from M.S.L.). Habdi-chi-shendi is a pinnacle which can be easily identified from a distance due to itspeculiar shape. Reaching the base of the pinnacle is quite easy but the pinnacle is tough. It requires serious rock climbing and reaching the top of the pinnacle is like an achievement in itself.
Mesna was a fort which was under the Mughal rule even during the reign of Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Reaching the top of the fort is very easy. And the fort offers some amazing views of the surrounding. The Gorakhgad fort is small fort on the top of the hill. This fort is rich in its historic remains with several water tanks cut into the cliff and Hindu rock cut cave temples. During the monsoon period the steep hill offers exotic jungle-covered mountain scenery with waterfalls sliding down along the steep walls of ancient fort. To the wet of Gorakhgad lies Katra where the prominent entrance gateways can be seen. The twin fort of Ankai-Tankai is to the west. It is famously known for its beautiful surroundings.