Kalavantin Durg is located in Western Ghats, next to the Prabalgad fort in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, India, a popular trekking destination for locals and tourists alike.
It is 2,300 feet or 701 metres high and is often quoted as the world’s most dangerous fortress, yet is also famed as the ‘Climb to Heaven’ because of its dangerous nature and the incredible view that awaits when you reach the summit.
But when were the steps up to the summit of Kalavantin Durg made? And by who? And what's at the top? Watch this video to learn more.
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