Gornja Bijambarska Cave is the oldest cave in the Bijambare area. Its entrance lies below vertical rocks at 973 meters of elevation, and it is oriented toward southwest. It is distanced approximately 85 meters from the entrance to Srednja Bijambarska Cave, just 28 meters higher. This cave is neither a big speleological structure nor does it have the beautiful decorations which make Srednja cave so attractive. However it hides in its floor the most important records of past fauna and mankind prehistory.
During earlier explorations, different material culture finds were collected in the cave, i.e. ceramics fragments, which, based on their structure and ornaments, belong to late Bronze Age.
Within the animal fossils, one of the most representative inhabitants of the caves during the cold periods was the cave bear. This specie was more robust and bigger than the actual bear. Most of the weak and old bears died inside the caves during the hibernation period and for this reason many bones were found. The cave bear became extinct at the end of the last ice age around 10000 years ago.