Kempty Falls is in Ram Gaon and at the south of Kempty, in the Tehri Garhwal District of Uttarakhand, India. It is 13 kilometres from Mussoorie on the Chakrata Road, and 45 kilometres from Dehradun.
Developed during the British rule in India by British officer John Mekinan, the Kempty fall Dehradun has been an important attraction since 1835 as a picnic spot.
South west of village Banglow ki Kandi is the origin of the stream of water and falls from a height of 4500 ft . They are serene and picturesque in nature and get divided into 5 channels. The views from the ropeway and zipline (flying fox) are amazing and covers 360 degree coverage for the tourist.