It is believed after seeing Bramhgiri man gets salvation from all the sins. It is a fort at 4248 feet about sea level. The entrance is through the two main gates. One of the gate was used to supply food grains to the soldiers. There are about 400 steps to climb and after climbing the steps there is a sacred place Kotee Tirtha and a temple of Lord Shankar. There is also a kite shaped tank, it is believed that Lord Shiva tossed his jata (matted hair) at the tank and from there, the river Godavari originated.
Located at the base of the fort Bramhgiri. On climbing about 750 steps one can reach the place Gangadwar from where a scintillating view of the River Ganga can be seen. There is a temple of Ganga. Inside the temple, next to the feet of Ganga's idol there is a stone in the shape of cow’s head through which the Ganga water drips drop by drop.
A beautiful cave on the ascending side of the Brahmagiri hills. This is the place where Gorakhnath practiced penance
Devotees who visit Trymbakeshwar have a holy dip in the Kushawarta Tirth. It is believed that this ritual helps in getting rid of sins, sorrows and diseases. It is believed that Gautam Rishi took a bath in Kushawarth Tirth to absolve himself of the sin of killing a cow. From this place the river Ganga takes the name Godavari.
A popular tourist spot located on the eastern side of Bramhagiri hills close to the Trymbakeshwar temple. From Neelparvat which is around 350 steps to climb, one can get an amazing view of the entire Trymbakeshwar. On the summit of Neelparvat is the temple of Nilamba Matambi Devi and another temple of Nilkanteshwar Mahadev.
Ahilya Sangam Tirtha
This is the place where Ganga and Godavari join. There is a temple of Sangameshwar Mahadev at this place.
The temple of Shree Nivruttinath is near Gangadwar.Niruttinath is the elder brother of Sant Dhyaneshwar.
It is one of the five tirthas. There is a temple known as Bilvakeshwar Mahadev.
This tirtha is to the south of Trimbakeshwar temple.
This tirtha is closed to Kushavarta. This tirtha is built with a cut stone in shape of octagon. On the bank of this tirtha is a beautiful temple of Lord Indra.
On the banks of Prayag tirtha there is Vishwanath tirtha, Nilambar tirtha, Mukund tirtha and other Mahadev temples.