The archaeological Cave is located in the Shirinsky district of Khakassia on the right slope of the Malaya Syya River valley, 1 km away from the village of Malaya Syya and 50 km from the Shira railway station. The cave was discovered in the 1960s by speleologist Viktor Stotsenko and a group of pioneer schoolchildren after they had cleared the entrance blockage. It is a geological natural monument of republican significance. This is a karst cave 270 m long and 37 m deep, having I category of difficulty. The traces of an ancient human settlement, as well as a large population of bats (about 5,000 individuals) were found in the cave. It has environmental, scientific, educational, cultural, historical and recreational value.
The cave has a length of 270 meters. The entrance begins with a classic sloping path at the base of the rock. The coil with a length of about 5 meters enters an inclined grotto. There are ring passages on the farright side. Keeping to the left side, you can get into the main grotto of the cave. The Bottom has the traces of streams, gravity flow deposits. On the left, there are small passages associated with tectonic cracks. The grotto ends with an ascending blockage.