A hill in the northernmost part of Goričko, on the border with Austria, it is the geomorphologic feature of the area. The hill above the Ledava gorge is composed of Paleozoic schist – the oldest rock in this area, which is characteristically different from the surroundings which are made up of much younger sediments.
The Paleozoic schist creates the characteristic shape of the hill and through this the specific morphology of the terrain and the look of the land in this part of Goričko. The 417 m high cliff is densely covered with forest and is the highest point in Goričko. There is a working quarry on the southern slope.