• Overview

Dear Member ,
After Overwhelming participation of SS Water fall Trek, and Mesmerizing trek to Ratangad now it’s time to climb the Highest Mountain of Malwa Plateau.

Singharchori Hill – One Day Trekking Camp
A great height of Vindhyachal Mountain Ranges, Highest point of Malwa 881 meters, The Karam rises from the Singarchori hill of Indore. It drains a small area north of the Vindhyachal range and cuts across it to the south, forms the south-eastern boundary near Gujari and joins the Narmada.

Limited Seats – 50 Only Please do the booking well on time..

Duration/Grade: One Day / Moderate 5~6 km both ways
Age Group : For 10 years and above
Reporting : At office – 8.00 am at Mahasagar Corporate, 10/4 Manormaganj, Between Geeta Bhawan Temple and Rasgullawala, Indore

Travel : By Bus

Things to carry : Good and positive mood
Refreshments / chocolates / energy bars, 2 biodegradable plastic bags medium size to carry waste.
Drinking Water (minimum 2 ltr.)(Mandatory), One Time Food, Good footwear (Mandatory), Haversack / backpack to put all these things, Cap / Goggle (optional), Extra pair of clothes (optional), Personal small medical kit. (if u require usually/Optional) etc. Rain Coat / Umbrella

Important Instructions:

• Strictly no Diving and Swimming into water by any chance
• No Smoking, tobacco and alcohol
• No littering, no pollution of water, Forest
• We carry basic first aid, please do inform us if you need any special attention.
• If you don’t feel well, bring it to the notice of the Volunteers immediately.
• Location may change at the Moment as it depends upon the Weather condition and amount of rains.
Please avoid wearing Gold and other ornaments.
• Please be in the Group.
• All Camps are for Members only. Non Members are allowed Ones along with some member only.
• For Membership One should have some reference from member and after approval Membership No. and Card will be issued.
• Each member will be responsible for his/her own safety and baggage
• This is an exploratory trek, kindly bear with anything that might come ahead of us.
• All expectations are imaginary.