The highest point of Mālpils rural municipality (114.7 m asl). The Devil’s Tower used to be located on the hilltop serving as a place of entertainment for the local nobility, where they sipped tea and hunted animals on the forest openings down from the tower. The tower was so high that the light on the top floor misled passing vessels in the sea gulf, thus the emperor said to have ordered it to be torn down several storeys. Today, all that remains of the tower are the grass-covered foundations.