A limestone ravine in the north-western part of the Slovak Paradise. The creek springs in the western slopes of Gľac and it joins the Veľké Biele vody (Big White Waters) at the Píla (Sawmill) settlement. The lower part of the creek up to its division into smaller creeks is called Biele vody (White Waters), too. The first passage through the ravine was achieved by A. Mervay and his fellows in 1911.
The order of waterfalls by hiking the ravine: Veľký vodopád (Big Waterfall), Kaskády (Cascades), Terasový vodopád (Terrace Waterfall).
ACCESS: On foot from Hrabušice or from Betlanovce.
SURROUNDINGS: Podlesok, Suchá Belá (Dry Belá), Veľký Sokol (Big Falcon), Malý Kyseľ (Small Kyseľ) and Kláštorisko.