2 Mountain Peaks to explore in Panchmahal
The district is located on the eastern end of the state. It is bordered by Dahod District to the north-east & east, Vadodara District to the southwest and Chhota Udaipur District to the southeast, Kheda District to the west and Mahi Sagar District to the north.
North of the highest peak of the Pavagadh mountain, the valley of the vast expanse of Mouliatuk is known as the Navlakhi Valley. Here the ancient building, named after the Navlakha Kothar, provides an overview of Mughal architecture. The T-shaped building made up of bricks containing seven parts covered by large dome, situated on the edge of the Navlakhi Valley, is believed to be used as a storehouse for food storage in ancient times.
pavagadh hill is situated within a plain in Panchmahal district, At its base is the historical city of Champaner, while the hill station of Pavagadh was built upon the volcanic cone itself. A volcanic eruption occurred here approximately 500 million years ago and the etymology of its name is associated with the eruption . There are temples and several viewpoints in the hill.