The Trimbakeshwar range is the closest to the Nashikites which lies to its West and has spread on the Northern side of Igatpuri. The fort with a triangular top, Waghera (3492 ft. from M.S.L.), is very common amongst the trekkers even though it is placed a bit off the route.
The Anjeneri (4864 ft. from M.S.L.), fort which is right on the way to Trimbak is marked by the presence of the trekkers throughout the year. Large spread, ample water, religious and historical importance, number of options for climbing the top and exploring it are the reasons for Anjeneri being so popular. Moving ahead towards Jategaon from Mulegaon, is Ranjangiri (2762 ft. from M.S.L.), which is not much visited by people and wanderers.
Brahmagiri (4248 ft. from M.S.L.), is the most important forts of the Trimbakeshwar
range and is the origin of the river Godavari. On the Trimbak - Safale way is Nirgudpada, which is at the foothills of Harihar (3676 ft. from M.S.L.). Harihar is a fort with a shape of a prism. From here the vertical rock faces of Fani peak (3255 ft. from M.S.L.), are clearly visible filling adventure and anxiety in one’s mind. The way to Bhaskargad or Basgad (3564 ft. from M.S.L.), also starts from here. Even though its not the tallest fort of the region, the view of the Vaitarna dam it gives is very pleasing. Amongst the others on this range are Utwad, Brahma, Kapda which are not hill forts but still attract nature lovers in a big number. On the way to Jawhar is the famous waterfall of Dugarwadi which is worth seeing.
There is a tree of Rudraksha at Trimbak. Trimbak being one of the most religious places is always flooded with the devotees coming from long distances. There are temples of Swami Samartha and Gajanan Maharaj Trimbak which are equally famous. The Trimbakeshwar temple built in the times of the Peshwas is extremely beautiful. Apart from the temple and the fort there are many attractions to this village. Anjeneri is also important for the numismatics center it has. The entire Trimbak region is so lively with the lush green trees and cool breeze all around in the rainy season that it leaves an unforgettable memory itched in one’s mind. Nashik is famous for its grape production and also known as the wine capital of the country.