The lookout tower resembling a wind-filled sail was opened in 2006. By climbing 100 stairs up to the observation deck at 18 metres you will be rewarded with a stunning panorama. In clear weather an area with a radius of around 100 km is visible from here. The Basin of Zsámbék, Pilis Mountains, Gerecse Mountains and, of course, Buda Hills offer a gorgeous view to visitors. It is easy to spot hills surrounding Budapest including Hármashatár Hill, Hárs Hill and János Hill, from left to right, and even the silhouette of Gödöllő Hills east of Budapest is visible. To the north the flat topped Pilis-tető dominates the landscape interspersed with a few settlements such as Budakeszi, Páty and Zsámbék.
Benches and tables are available next to the tower. Pál Csergezán, the eponym for the lookout tower was a painter, graphist and illustrator, reputable for depicting local wildlife in several illustrations both in scientific and popular literature. Past his death in 1996 his ashes were buried in the forest close to the tower at Anna-lak hunters' lodge near Telki.