On of the most romantic ravines in the Slovak Paradise. The water that flows through the ravine springs in the northern end of the Gľac plateau and divides Vtáčí hrb (Bird Hump) mountain from the Rumanová mountain. The creek flows into the Veľké Biele vody (Big White Waters) right in the tourist centre Podlesok.
The history of the process of discovering the Dry Belá started in 1900, when a group under the leadership of Prof. M. Roth approached Misové vodopády (Misové Waterfalls). In 1908 they marked and arranged a tourist path up to the waterfalls. The first passage through the whole ravine in the winter season was achieved by A. Mervay and his group in March 1910.
The whole ravine (including the Misové Waterfalls) was open to public by the Mountain Rescue Service in 1957.
The order of waterfalls by hiking the ravine: Misový Waterfall, Misový Waterfall Gorge, Roklina (Gorge), Okienkový vodopád (Little Window Waterfall), Korytový vodopád (Flume Waterfall), Bočný vodopád (Side Waterfall), Kaskáda (Cascade).
ACCESS: On foot from Hrabušice or from Betlanovce.
SURROUNDINGS: Podlesok, Veľký Sokol (Big Falcon), Malý Kyseľ (Small Kyseľ), Gľac and Kláštorisko.