We had initially planned this range in summers but due to last moment cancellations of some of our group member, we postponed the plan. At last we were able to execute same on 24-25 Sept 2015. According to our plan, we left Thane on Friday 23rd Sept Night from Thane in one of our group member's Maruti Ertiga. We were 8 in total, 7 from Thane and Navi Mumbai, One group member was joining us from Pune. As Ertiga was already full in capacity with 7 people, we asked the guy coming from Pune to join us at Satara, for which he readily agreed. After last pick up at Kalamboli, Panvel our car started cruising on Mum Pune expressway at around 12:30 AM of 24th Sept. Suddenly it started raining heavily and the visibility was low, Avinash, who was at the wheel, was carefully driving through the downpour. Further at the Ghat section of the expressway, we lost two and half hours in traffic, we were almost immobile for more than one hour. Overall, the night didn't went well as planned, we were suppose to reach Satara around 4 - 4:30 AM, but till that time, we didn't even reach Pune. Anyways, we always keep some contingencies while planning, which helped that day. Around 6:30 Am, we reached Satara bus stand, where Nilesh met us, he had reached Satara at 2:30 AM and had a good sleep, while we were all sleep deprived. Completing our morning chores at the bus stand, we started towards Patan, our first target was Gunwantgad (Morgiri fort), which was around 3-4 kms from Patan. For Patan, we need to take right from Umbraj on Pune Bangalore Highway, further we join Karad Chiplun state highway. At Patan, we had a awesome breakfast at Hotel Radhika, just opposite to the bus stand. Finally, at 9 AM we started for Gunwantgad, for which you have to ply toward Chiplun direction after the Patan Bus stand. Within 1.5 kms, you will see a Left going towards Morgiri village. Immediately after the left, you come across a long bridge under which mighty Koyna river flows, originating from the Koyna Dam near Chiplun. The scenery around the bridge was breathtaking and we couldn't help ourselves to stop and click some pics.