Yerköprü Waterfall is located 35 kilometers away from Mut county centre. It is one of the 8 protected natural assets in Turkey and registered as a “Natural Monument”. Yerköprü Waterfall was formed by one of Göksü River’s influent streams, Ermenek Stream which has been flowing and washing the earth off of the region for many years. Behind where the waterfall flows down, there is a cave and a crystal clear lake. 250 meters long water tunnel made by nature is a worth seeing asset in the area. You can visit Yerköprü Waterfall on April, May and June for the best experience.