Robber's Cave or Guchu Pani; River Cave Formation Near Dehradun

Robber’s Cave is a river cave formation situated very close to Dehradun city in Uttaranchal state of India.

Robber's Cave
Robber’s Cave, Dehradun.

Robbers Cave or “guchu pani”, as it is called locally, is a 600 meter long cave with many falls inside, with the highest fall having a height of 10 meters. there is ruins of a fort wall structure inside the cave, near the center.

The cave is a natural cave formed on an extremely narrow gorge in a limestone area. The stream waters in this cave goes underground for a few meters before re-appearing again.

Robber’s Cave is a calm and beautiful tourist place, little away from the city’s hustle and bustle and is a weekend getaway place for Dehradun residents.

How Do I Go to Robber’s Cave?

Robbers Cave or Guchhupani is at around 8 kilometers distance from Dehradun city. It is easily accessible by road. You can go by bus up to Anarwala village, from where you need to trek a distance of around one kilometer.

Dehradun is well connected by roads, rail and flight to all parts of the country. Jolly Grant Airport at Dehradun is the nearest airport to Robber’s Cave. The nearest railway station to robbers cave state park is the one situated at Dehradun city. This cave is situated close to Doon Valley, a trekking paradise.

Tags: falls in India, guchu pani, trekking

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