The mound is located on a separate hill. The site is trapezoidal, up to 1.5 m higher in the north-western part. The slopes are steep, 4-12 m high.
The mound was heavily damaged by plowing, pits, a former triangulation tower, the northeast slope, and the edge of the site was demolished during the excavation of the quarry. Overgrown with pines.
The mound is also mentioned in the name of Valiūniškis.
The mound dates back to the end of the 1st millennium BC – the beginning of the 1st millennium.