Nashik range has forts which can be seen just in one day being very close to the city. This range is devoid of any trees. The location of the city does not make the journey long and so the nature has to be viewed in a short span.
On the Peth route is the famous Ramshej (3272 ft. from M.S.L.) which is commonly known to all the Nashikites. It is easily visible from the city. The adjoining fort of Bhorgad (3579 ft. from M.S.L.) is under the control of Air force but it can be climbed from behind through Dehri (3581 ft. from M.S.L.).
Bahula (3137 ft. from M.S.L.) and Raigad are two forts which are safe under the military control. It is only possible to climb them with special permission. The Gadgadya fort at Gadgadasangvi village near Wadivarhe is worth visiting. It gives an amazing view of the nearby Anjeneri hill and Dangya peak.
The most important destinations of Nashik range are Pandavleni (3004 ft. from M.S.L.) which has Buddhist caves and Chamarleni (3200 ft. from M.S.L.) which has Jain caves. Both Pandavleni and Chamarleni are placed as the entrance gateways of Nashik city at two directions.