Being adjoining Kalsubai range, the forts of Igatpuri range are quite easy to climb. Dhoriahill (3039 ft. from M.S.L.), Budhya hill (2887 ft. from M.S.L.), Mahuligad (2785 ft. from M.S.L.), Talegaon (2668 ft. from M.S.L.) are some of the important forts of this range.
Kavanai (2998 ft. from M.S.L.) and Tringalwadi (3238 ft. from M.S.L.) are the small forts of this range. Kavnai is considered to be a place of religious signifi cance. And the fort has a beautiful lake, worth visiting.
Tringalwadi lies behind Igatpuri village. The fort here has caves and the view it provides from the top covers a radius with a wide horizon. Tringalwadi is right above the Kasara ghats and so is one of the best forts to be visited in the monsoons.
Igatpuri range lies on the ghats and the rain is the reason why trekkers enjoy the nature’s touch while wandering on the forts of this range.
Apart from the forts, the ashram at Kavnai, the vipashna centre at Igatpuri and the
temple of Ghatandevi are some of the added attractions of the range. The National
highway of Mumbai – Agra passes through this range.