Dhodap is a fort in the Nashik district in the state of Maharashtra, in India.
The fort is 4829 feet above sea level. Dhodap Hill is the second highest peak in Maharashtra after Kalsubai and Salher and the 29th highest peak in the Western Ghats.
The upper part of Dhodap Fort is built with a mixture of stone and brickwork. There is a tank with an idol of Hanuman and a 5 meter wide tunnel. The fort has a pointed cliff called Shembi. Caves are found at the base.
At the base of Dhodap Fort, Maharashtra Government has developed a tourism center with the help of Forest Department. There is an information hall about the fort. Apart from this, accommodation and food are arranged and facilities for playing various adventure games are available at low cost.
Access : Coordinates: 20.385583, 74.030889 /
- Dhodap Fort trek : The Dhodap Fort trek is of moderate difficulty ,Reaching this place can be difficult during monsoons as the hilly terrain makes climbing difficult due to the slippery slopes.There are two ways to climb the fort: from the Dhodmbe village side and from the Devla side.
Go next : At the base of Dhodap fort is a village called Dhodamba. / Vani, a village north of Nashik. / Hatti village.