Perched on the eastern edges of the Brahmagiri hills, Neel Parbat is a prominent but barely explored tourists attraction of Trimbakeshwar. The lush green hill is blessed with awe-inspiring scenery and breath-taking views of the Trimbakeshwar hill. On the crest, there lies a row of temples of Matamba Devi, Nilambika, along with the ancient temples of Nilkantheshwar Mahadev and Sadguru Dattatreya; there's a myth that God Dattatreya was born here. Apart from them, the most significant amongst all the temples, is the Bilwa Tirtha, one of the five tirthas in Panch Tirtha Yatra. Bilkeshwar, and Parashuram are the other famous temples on Neel Parbat. Dashnami Panchayati - a matha or Akhada of the Naga Gosavi sect also adorns the hill.
Bringing solace to the soul, an array of hill top temples help you establish a solemn connection with God. The rugged cliff mountains and beautiful trails, make it a perfect location for mountaineering, nature walks, trekking, etc.
To reach the temple at the top, it takes to climb more than 200 steps, and if one wants to avoid that, an option to hire an auto rickshaw from Trimbakeshwar temple comes handy. Trimbakeshwar is well-connected by the state owned bus services of Maharashtra Road Transport Corporation (MRTC). Nearest railway station is Nashik, which is one of the major railway stations connected to all major cities in India.