Our trip to Lonavala was all about team-building. In fact, the whole outing was termed as the “Personal Growth Lab.” The outdoor group activities were planned by an organization called High Places and included:
- A trek to Duke’s Nose
- A treasure hunt and
- An assault course
The trek to Duke’s Nose was quite good. Duke’s Nose is an 800-foot monolith. It’s got a 500-foot bottom and a 300-foot top! I was mesmerized the moment I saw this monster of a rock. Nature makes you feel so insignificant at times; you can’t help but continue to stare at this beauty. One of the members of the High Places team told me that they had climbed this rock vertically last year. I envy them. There’s a small temple on top of the rock and ample space to just lie down and stare at the sky. If you’re in Lonavala this is a place you must visit. Duke’s Nose can actually be seen from the Mumbai-Pune expressway.
Yeno vinay isht sanna aagogiddya..yappa.oota maaadthaaiddyo ilvo.?????
Are u loosing weight in mumbai???
Wow! lovely pics! The place looks awesome. I am jealous of you :(.
Nice photo’s….Have u taken these pictures from u Canon Digital camera…?
mala traking karayala khup awdate
& dukes is very difikelt clambing
i am not going the dukes
Wow, that looks like a great trek. Nice work thanks for sharing.
Wow. That looks amazing. I would like to climb it straight up too, looks fun. Thanks for sharing!
sahi pics yaar
well keep it this.
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hey awesumeeeeeeeeeeeee pic yarrrrrr…….. vry b’ful place ……..