The rock piles in the row going up the hill get smaller and smaller near the top. This one is near letter N from the map that is in the part 1 post:It is wet up there, too, even though the elevation is above 1900 feet, water runs out of the ground.
Swinging around to the north and right at the border of state and private land is this view. You might have to click on the photo to see a standing stone to the far left. The stone wall is at the border, which is O on the map. Then there is another standing stone at the back end of the stone wall:Here is a close up of the standing stone at the back of the stone wall; P on the map:Rounding back down the hill and at H on the map, the stone row that touches one run in branch to the swamp is barely visible here. This view is looking off in the direction to where this stone row meets the rock piles.Back at the head of the swamp, there is a split wedge in the rocky area, within view of the rock pile at K. Although the photo doesn't show it, my notes are that there are 2 rocks or wedges inside this split:
Then, these three "rocks on boulders". I apologize, they are not marked on the map, but they are roughly southwest of the trail, across from J. This first one is lower in elevation, near the trail:
The two in this photo are high up above the trail, overlooking the swamp, not far from the top of the mountain that is 2097 feet in elevation on the map. If you click on the image, you can see the 2nd pile just up the hill.