(Last Updated on : 16/10/2019)
Siddhagad Fort is located in the Thane District
at an elevation of 838 meters above mean sea level. The fort overlooks the road of the Borwadi village. Siddhagad Fort can be visited as a day trip from Khanivare, Narivali or Jambhurde. It is a popular trek
route to the fort from these places among trekkers. Siddagad waterfall is located near to the fort, where social reformer and freedom fighter Veer Hutatma Kotwal was killed on 2nd January 1943 along with his colleague Hiraji Patil.
Visiting Information on Siddhagad Fort
Siddhagad Fort is 20 kilometers away from Murbad. Thane Railway Station
and Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
are the nearest to visit the fort. National Highway
53 connects Thane to other major parts of the country.
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