This is the highest sandstone outcrop in Estonia which reaches up to 30 meters in height and is about 150 meters in length.
The outcrop is also known as Härma Mäemine müür. There is some uncertainty about the name of the outcrop, as the information panel near the outcrop referred to it as Keldri müür, because of a cellar (kelder in Estonian) located by the old mill just south of the outcrop. The genitive of kelder being keldri. Some maps however refer to it as Keldremüür.
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