Top of the fort is big, but not much to see. Besides Macchindranath temple there are some small temples and idols all over the fort. You can also see some old house like structures which are indication of people living on the fort hundreds of years ago. You can explore the fort in 45 mins, take some breathtaking photos at backdrop of Krishna river valley from Fort Towers, which are well maintained by the villagers. We got down in 30 mins and decided to see ancient Narsingh temple in nearby Village Narsinghpur (must see place in this range), some of the pics are below
At Base, we asked a Villager if we can go uphill by Car. He said the road is Kuccha and only jeeps and bikes can go uphill. We had Ertiga, which is front wheel drive, so we decided not to take risk and leave the vehicle at base. We started walking uphill via kuccha road, which traverse the fort in parallel direction and has a gradual climb. As soon as you reach the first turn on the traverse, you can see steps from the nearby village coming directly upwards. It was Sunday and lot of people from nearby villages had came to visit the fort, especially for the temple of Macchindranath on the top of the fort. So we climbed half way on the kuccha road and half way via stairs.