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Kohir hills : Hyderabad weekend getaway

 

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Location : Kohir hills
Distance : 90  kilometers from Gachibowli


Kohir hills Highlights:

  • Windmills
  • Zero crowd
  • Calm and peaceful
  • Ideal place for nature lovers


GPS location tag : Google maps

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  • Mr. Vamshi has guided us to this beautiful place.
  • A well spent weekend which involved a cars photo shoot in a cloudy and fresh village environment.
  • Monsoons and winters would be the best time to visit.
  • Villagers are friendly. Would suggest to go along with group as the area is remote.
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First view of the windmills and locals called them fans.DSC_0825-01.jpeg

 

Our cars looked so tiny in size on comparison.

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JDM

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Taken from a YI action camera. Went over board just for fun.

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Over head shot

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150 degree view, too wide?

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Arrow head

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We spent around an hour and moved to the next location, which is just a kilometer away from the first windmill.

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This wind mill is located on the hill top

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View point from the hill

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We parked the low GC cars and started exploring the hill in EcoSport.

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More wind mills

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Saran started pushing his car on to those empty lands and it's time to kick in some dust.

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It was short and a quick meet.
It was nice meeting Vamshi for the first time and we were amazed how his lancer had performed throughout the drive.

Varun's and Saran's black mambas rocked as usual. 


Hope to have more exciting breakfast drives on the coming weekends.
Interested members can join us for the next weekend.
Thank you.

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It is short and quick meet.

It was nice meeting Vamshi for the first time, We are amazed how his lancer performed through out the drive.

Varun and Saran black mambas rock as usual. 

Hope to have more exciting breakfast drives on the coming weekends.

Interested members can join us for the next weekend.

Thank you.

Nice clicks, Guys if anything is planned next weekend, do let me know...

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Nice clicks, Guys if anything is planned next weekend, do let me know...

Sure.
We will update you.
We may go on a breakfast drive next Sunday.

Place is not yet finalized, something under 100 kilometers.
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It was a great meet with Gowtham, Saran and Varun.

I really enjoyed the drive with you guys...
The weather is so nice for this event.
Yeah...It's our first meet and made memorable....
Thanks again Gowtham for invitation for this Automotive photography event.

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Brilliant captures Vamshi and Gowtham.. The weather looked perfect and so did the crew. Nothing like a drive with like minded enthusiasts who would not have any target of hitting to a certain destination. Missed it this time and I'm gonna make sure that I won't the next weekend.

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11 hours ago, TDI said:

It was a great meet with Gowtham, Saran and Varun.

I really enjoyed the drive with you guys...
The weather is so nice for this event.
Yeah...It's our first meet and made memorable....

Beautiful pictures @TDI 
It was great meet indeed.
Thank you for guiding us to the beautiful place.

Any suggestion about the coming weekend. Please add a place to the list.
Lets plan something on Saturday/ Sunday. @sagar @varunc @TDI @Saran @sbhamidi

Under 100 kilometers from Hyderabad (options)

1. Vikarabad (breakfast), explore the lakes.

2. Manjeera dam, Medak.

 

Start in the morning and come back by lunch.

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Few of my clicks (few more to come)... It was great meeting you Vamsi @TDI

 

Looking forward for more rides...

 

 

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36 minutes ago, Saran said:

Few of my clicks (few more to come)... It was great meeting you Vamshi

Great pictures.

Compiling the video, Will post it once the editing is completed. 



 

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All Guys trip ?? ¬¬ We are watching hain na  @shammy @ShreyaS

 

1 hour ago, sagar said:

Super pictures @Saran .. @Ranger Paint your car in Red or Black. It will definitely be a cynosure :D

@Ranger try those red lines on the  edges of the spokes to the alloy ! they are looking fab :x

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All Guys trip ??  We are watching hain na  [mention=49]shammy[/mention] [mention=275]ShreyaS[/mention]

We guys went to explore the place coz it's new for us also as we don't know if the place is safe or not. We had this discussion yesterday also...

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46 minutes ago, Sruthi said:

All Guys trip ??

We went to recce the spot for the next meetup.
Villagers are friendly they invited us to their home.

 

They asked us following questions :
How much does your car cost?
Why are guys coming in separate cars, wasting diesel?

What is your salary?Are you married?You have kids? :D


Personally I had great fun interacting with them.  

 

19 minutes ago, Saran said:

We guys went to explore the place coz it's new for us also as we don't know if the place is safe or not.

Yeah, place is very isolated. May not be safe for families. 


 

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Awesome pictures guys.. I am hearing this place for the first time.. Do we really have wind mills 90 kms close by Hyderabad? I am still surprised :rolleyes:

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Awesome pictures guys.. I am hearing this place for the first time.. Do we really have wind mills 90 kms close by Hyderabad? I am still surprised :rolleyes:


Yeah, it is under 90 kilometers from Gachibowli.
Just before Zaheerabad.

It is little away from highway.(1 kilometer)
Even we are not aware of it.
@TDI guided us to this place.
Early morning is the best time to visit.
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On 6/11/2017 at 4:26 PM, Ranger said:

It was short and a quick meet.
It was nice meeting Vamshi for the first time and we were amazed how his lancer had performed throughout the drive.

Varun's and Saran's black mambas rocked as usual. 


Hope to have more exciting breakfast drives on the coming weekends.
Interested members can join us for the next weekend.
Thank you.

Nice click guys.. Do let me know if anything planned for coming weekend, I will plan to join :) 

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Nice click guys.. Do let me know if anything planned for coming weekend, I will plan to join  

Great, we may plan a Meetup this Saturday/Sunday.

Keep an eye on the "Drive meetup" section.

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superb stuff guys.. Do we have any drift videos lined up in this thread ?

On the way

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