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A beautiful trek

It's a beautiful trek.i think kids above 10 will be able to do this trek.there is a small temple... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2018
GreatAlbatross
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Amazing track

Rudradhari waterfall is a small waterfall but route to reach their is so amazing you can feel the... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2018
AbhishekT857
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's a easy-moderate trek of about 2 KM's one way through the forests. Simple, nice folks from the village act as guides and it's better to take them since the routes could get very confusing since there is no laid out path through the trek....More

1  Thank nandoo18
Reviewed 9 September 2018

Suitable for people aged between 10 to 40 only. Trekking is not suggested for expecting grand and beautiful temple. Falls in non-rainy season is like jug of water being dripped. Also not allowed to go in to the falls.

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Reviewed 27 August 2018 via mobile

It's a beautiful trek.i think kids above 10 will be able to do this trek.there is a small temple & a stream(small waterfall) that flows.there is a pond with lot of fish.we had put our feet into the waters & had a fish therapy for...More

Thank GreatAlbatross
Reviewed 11 August 2018

Located along the banks of river Kosi, Rudrahari Waterfall is untouched natural waterfall which is a perfect place where one can relax and feel the sheer beauty and peace of nature. The entrance of trek enroute to waterfall is 45-50 minutes drive from Kausani centre....More

1  Thank RishiD196
Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

The way to reach the temple is by a 1.5 km trek. The trail is rocky but not difficult to navigate. However, avoid if you have small children with you.There is a shiva temple beside a small waterfall.The waterfall does not have voluminous water.You can...More

Thank ssrao
Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

Rudradhari waterfall is a small waterfall but route to reach their is so amazing you can feel the nature very closely, hear the sound of air and river. Tracking ends up with darshan of Lord Shiva you can relax some time on the bank of...More

1  Thank AbhishekT857
Reviewed 24 June 2018

Rudradhari falls is about an hour from Kausani and roads are decent till the entry point. From here you continue on foot - a relatively simple trek (not for the elderly) through the forest and sometimes hilly terrain. While it takes a little more than...More

Thank dips09
Reviewed 15 June 2018

There are two things that will deter you to go to Rudradhari Falls and Caves. First, road to this place is in a bad condition with no one to guide you how to reach there. Hence ask your driver to know the route beforehand. Second,...More

2  Thank Debjani G
Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile

As the name suggest ita a natural waterfall between the jungle of kausani...you have to treknfor 45 mins from road to some mountains...jungle n then u reach the Rudradhari Mahadev mandir n the waterfall.... It best to visit in rainy season when water is more...More

Thank Rohit S
Reviewed 5 June 2018

This is a trek of approximately 2 km from within the Himalayan woods. I must say we all enjoyed every bit of it and it feels more rewarding when you reach the temple. Absolutely mesmerizing...

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JV4EVER1900
5 December 2016|
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Response from Manish G | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can but it is a small fall with a pond, also it must be really chilly in this time of year, even in july evening few of our group mates haven't tried because water was too cold.
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Deepak K
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Response from algaari | Reviewed this property |
in binsar tgere is a heritage resort called khali estate within the sanctuary. it was once owned by Ms. Vihayalaxmi pandit who was Nehru's sister. ut is a beautiful quiet place but not on the bank of any river.
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