| The main entrance to the fort is still in better condition. The bastion on the way from Medhe was much better for keeping a watch on the surrounding region. As we proceed further from the main entrance, we come across the remnants of old constructions on a neighboring hillock.|
Near the second entrance there is a lake. The water is potable here. Near to it is a statue of Lord Khandoba. The fort is not much wide, but stretches long enough. It takes about two hours to see the fort. The forest around the fort is dense and the fauna comprises wild hogs, leopards, foxes, monkeys, etc. it is a best monsoon trek.
From the top of Avchitgad we can have a glimpse of Telbaila, Sudhagad, Sarasgad, Dhangad, Raigad, Korigad and Savashna Ghat.
|Ways To Reach :|
|Via Pengalsai :|
| Pengalsai is situated at about 5 km from Roha. It is the base village. From here it takes one hour to reach the top.|
|Via Medha :|
| The village of Medha is 7.5 km before Roha on Mumbai-Roha highway. The way to the fort goes along the temple of Lord Vitthal. We have to ascend through thick woods and reach the front bastion after one hour.|
|Via Padam :|
| There is an old factory in the village of Padam. Beyond this factory is the way to the fort, which takes us to the southern entrance within two hours.|
|Accommodation Facility :|
| There is no facility on the fort.|
|Food Facility :|
Carrying food with us is advisable.
|Drinking Water Facility :|
| There are many a cisterns and tanks on the fort, but the two on the southwest side are more reliable.|
|Time To Reach :|
| One hour from Medhe and Pengalsai.|