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Naneghat, also referred to as Nanaghat or Nana Ghat is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range between the Konkan coast and the ancient town of Junnar in the Deccan plateau.

Districts/ Region:

Pune district of Maharashtra, India.


During the reign of the Satavahana, the pass was used as a trade route between Kalyan and Junnar. The name Nane means "coin" and ghat means "pass". The place was used as a booth to collect toll from traders crossing the hills, from which it is believed that it has got the identity as NaneGhat.


The pass is about 120 kilometers north of Pune and about 165 kilometers east of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Naneghat pass stretches over the Western Ghats, through an ancient stone laid hiking trail to the Naneghat plateau. The pass was the fastest route that connected the Indian west coast seaports of Sopara, Kalyan and Thane with economic centers and human settlements in Nasik, Paithan and other places according to the Archaeological Survey of India.


The prominent weather in the region is rainfall, the Konkan belt experiences High Rainfall (ranges around 2500 mm to 4500 mm), and the climate remains Humid and warm. The temperature reaches up to 30 degrees Celsius during this season. Summers are hot and humid, and the temperature touches 40 degrees Celsius. Winters have a comparatively milder climate (around 28 degrees Celsius), and the weather remains Cool and Dry.

Things to do:

The trek difficulty at Naneghat is moderate. Individuals may find it difficult to finish the trek. The time taken to complete the trek is roughly 2.5 to 3 hours. The covered distance is around 4.8 KM. If one starts the trek late in the evening it will be a perfect experience of climbing the hill in the moonlight and obviously with torch lights. The area is surrounded by various forts, ancient temples and historical sites, one can visit those places too.

Nearest tourist spot:

One can plan to visit the following tourist places along with Naneghat

MalshejGhat: An exciting place to visit during monsoon season where you can experience the scenic beauty of the place. 13.1 KM away from the Naneghat.
Bhairavgarh: Bhairavgad is one of the most thrilling and adventurous treks in Sahyadri. 5 KM away from the Naneghat.
Manikdoh Dam: The dam is located about 11 KM from Lenyadri and the road passes through a couple of village roads. The road is reasonably good but narrow in places. 13.1 KM away from the Naneghat.
Girijatmak Temple: This is a Ganesh temple just near the highway. It is a temple in a cave. There are many caves near this place.
Bhimashankar Temple: It is an ancient shrine situated in the Sahyadris. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlinga, located

125 KM away from Pune. Recently it has been declared as a wildlife sanctuary, famous for Malabar Giant Squirrel known as Shekaru locally which happens to be the state animal of Maharashtra.
Shivneri Fort: Birthplace of the ChhatrapatiShivajiMaharaj, located at a distance of 30.8 KM. At the center of the fort is a water pond which is called 'Badami Talav'. To the south of it are the statues Jijabai and a young Shivaji Maharaji. In the fort, there are two water springs, called Ganges and Yamuna, which have water throughout the year

Special food specialty and hotel:

Maharashtrian dishes such as ZunkaBhakari and misalpav are the special dishes in this region.

  Accommodation facilities nearby & Hotel/Hospital/Post Office/Police station:

 Very few hotels are available in the vicinity of Naneghat, better facilities are available in Junnar.

 Nearest Primary health care is available in Ghogarewadi at a distance of 18.4 KM.

 The nearest Post office is at Junnar, 29.6 KM away from Naneghat.

 The nearest Police station is at Junnar, 29 KM away from Naneghat.

 MTDC Resort nearby details:

 The nearest MTDC resort is at MalshejGhat

 Visiting Rule and Time, Best month to visit:

 The best time to visit and trek is during the rainy season ie between July to September. During this time of the year, one can witness the beautiful scenery of this wonderful place. October to March is overall good to visit but not as suitable for the rainy season.

 Language spoken in area:

 English, Hindi, Marathi