Robbers Cave, Uttarakhand
Robbers Cave is a cave formation in Uttarakhand with water flowing through in the middle.
(Last Updated on : 17-04-2019)
Robbers Cave in Uttarakhand
is a natural cave formation where rivers flow inside the cave. It is locally known as Guchhu Paani and is known for its pristine beauty. It is basically 2 hillocks on the sides and a stream flowing in between. The place is a popular tourist spot and is now being maintained by Uttarakhand State. It is one of the fascinating spots to visit in Dehradun
. Vacationers rush here for day picnics, journeys and trekking
Structure of Robbers Cave
Robbers Cave is actually a space between 2 huge rocks which extend for around 600 meters inside and opens into a wide area. The cave is a natural cave formed on an extremely narrow gorge in a limestone area. The passage is not covered and once can see the sky throughout. A crystal clear stream flows in this passage which is calf deep in some places. The passage narrows down to about 6-7 ft in some places in width. There is a small waterfall at the end of the cave.
Visiting Information of Robbers Cave
Robbers Cave is about 8-10 kms from Dehradun Railway Station
and local bus services are available up to Anarwala Village, from there visitors have to walk for about a kilometre to reach this location.
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