People say 'your' Kausani trip is not complete without visiting Rudradhari Caves falls. It is a real natural view located on Kausani Almora Road with 12 km distance from Kausani. It is a natural location with lush green paddy fields where water flows over a vertical drop in the course of rivers which makes it immensely beautiful and attractive for large number of tourists. There is a small "Someshwar" temple situated near by falls. According to the legend, this place holds connection with Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. The name Rudradhari has been derived from the Hindu gods Rudra Lord Shiva and Hari Vishnu.
Rudradhari falls and caves are natural and very majestic. The breathtaking and magnificent waterfalls can be viewed while treking to the Adi kailash region in Kausani. It is famous for its natural wonders and treks that attract large number of tourists across the globe. This short trek on the way while venturing to this scenic place is very overwhelming which is filled with rocks and mountains. On treks of higher altitudes, spot animals like snow leopard, mush deer and blue sheep can also see.