Pavagadh is a historical and religious destination at the base town of Champaner. The hill of Pavagadh rises from Champaner in three stages : first the ruined fort, then the palace and middle fort and finally the upper fort with Jain and Hindu temples.  The Pavagadh fort was an important fortress of the Solanki kingdom and the walls of the fort are still standing in parts. At the summit of Pavagadh hill, 762 m above sea level, is the temple of Mother Kali, which is the oldest in the area, dating from the 10th-11th centuries. There are other Hindu and Jain temples dating to the 13th-15th centuries.