The cave is located on the southern slope of Sąspowska Valley, about 90 m above its bottom, in a group of rocks between two nameless gorges. It has two entrance openings, one with a southern exposure and the other with an eastern one. According to old plans, both archaeological and geological, it has an oblong shape and is 14 m long. It is filled with a sediment almost to the ceiling . Observations made during the research carried out as part of the project, seem to indicate, that the cave is much larger than previously thought.
Professor Chmielewski conducted here excavations in 1969-1970. They concentrated in the zones of the entrances to the cave and indicated traces of its use by people from late palaeolitic to Bronze Age.