The name of the falls and caves is believed to have been derived from a combination of the names of Lord Shiva, called Rudra, and the name of Lord Vishnu, called Hari. The Rudradhari Falls is surrounded by emerald paddy fields and pine greens, making it a breathtaking spot to admire natural beauty and picnic. Tourists can also trek to the Rudradhari Caves that offer a different terrain for adventure. While trekking to Adi Kailash, one can explore many ancient caves. There are shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu that should not be missed. The Shiva temple of Someshwar is only a short distance away from the waterfalls. A popular route to take for visiting the falls is to travel till Kantali village, which is 2 km away, and then trekking up from there. The falls is located 12 km away from Kausani on the Kausani-Almora road and is easily accessible.

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