we recently went to Dhak bahiri (cave and fort ) for trekking . this is area is good place for people who climb mountains with advanced climbing equipment. it is a very risky area for a regular trekker. For a effort viewpoint the trek is very easy compared to rajghad or torna. But the route to cave and top of fort is very risky and i would suggest to avoid it. you are required to walk on a steep rock face and one wrong foot and person will go down into the valley . The fort is probbaly 40 min climb from the cave and there is nothing on the fort to see. it does not even have fort walls. this fort was a watch tower and not a real fort.
if you do visit watch out for the person who works in the temple in caves. he will try to act as guide and fleece money from you. he will also try to get you to the cave temple even though it is very risky and then ask for donation to temple from each person who makes it there. Also the jambhuli village where you park your vehicle will try to collect money from you as part of donation. Avoid that or pay as little as possible.
my recommnedation is that this place is best avoided by regular trekkers and leave it to people who have experience in rock climbing. The view is scenic once you reach the fort but proceed with caution
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