This hill which culminates at 458 meters offers a beautiful panorama on the Mounts of Charolais. At the top, a granite rubble wall remains, the only vestige of the Artus castle, built in the 13th century, which dominated the region and belonged to the Counts of Charolais. Texts from the 18th century show that it was already in ruins: "a kind of tower or castle at the top of a mountain, now in bushes". The remaining wall was nicknamed by the inhabitants in the 19th century, the "Horn of Artus". Halfway up the slope, you can discover the "pierre des blancs", a place of worship for this community of anti-concordant Catholics that appeared in the 19th century, following the 1801 Concordat between Napoleon I and Pope Pius VII. Visible from the footpaths of the Horn of Artus.