Standing on the dolomite horst (534 m) a stunning view unfolds beneath your feet. Besides Pilisborosjenő right below, hills of Buda are visible in the south and southeast with the tiny heap of Gellért Hill as well as Hármashatár Hill and János Hill.
It is easy to identify Nagy-Kopasz with its lookout tower and the grassy top of Szénás Hills in the west. Turning right you can see hills of Gerecse in the distance. The low and round hills of Pilis Mountains with the relatively higher Pilis Hill are visible nearer in the northwest. In the scrubland close to the foot of the hill try to spot the remnants of Eger castle built as a movie set in the 1960s.
It is its exposed character that makes this peak special as a series of lookout points along the ridge offer a great view to more directions including Budapest and the winding Danube as well as the experience of height.
It is a popular place for gliders, too.