An Ultimate Travel Guide To Harihar Fort, Maharashtra!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

The beautiful Harihar Fort is located in the Nashik district of Maharashtra and features a stunning waterfall, statues of Lord Shiva, Nandi, Hanuman, and the Museum.

Harihar Fort deceives in the Trimbakeshwar series, situated at an elevation of approximately 3,676 feet above sea level.

The famous 60-meter summit and rock-cut steps make the fort easy to enter and accurate for adventures. Each year, a number of tourists visit the Fort's carved-rock stairs.

Harihar Fort is about 50 miles from Igatpuri. Around 40 km from Ghoti in Nashik, Maharashtra. In Marathi, it is referred as as Harihar gad or Harihar Killa.


The ideal time to visit Harihar for warm-weather activities is between the beginning of February and the beginning of April.

Climatic Conditions

The picturesque and lovely surroundings of the river Vaitarna Falls make it an ideal location for nature lovers. 

Tourists Attractions

Lake Vaitarna Waterfalls

Dugarwadi Waterfall is well-known for its cleanliness and fresh breezes. To watch water gushing from the hills surrounded by verdant vegetation.

Dugarwadi Waterfall

Bhaskargad is adjacent to the famed Harihar. Despite its proximity to Harihar Basgad, this location is extremely remote, with only the most dedicated trekkers coming.


Harihar Fort, located 22 kilometers from Trimbakeshwar and 45 kilometers from Nashik, is a minor hill fort across the Upper Vaitarana range.

Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple Jyotirling