Although consisting of no more than 4 or 5 rock piles this little site had a couple of interesting features. On approach, a simple construction:Then, an outcrop:A spotted the first larger rock pile downhill from the outcrop:The important point here is the bit of stone wall that zigzags from the pile back up to the outcrop. Maybe you are thinking "turtle". But turtles do not have long necks, so what then? That was a first interesting feature. Here is a closeup of the pile:And then a "Gap Pile".
What is interesting about this, to me, is that I sometimes think a person is supposed to walk through that gap. In this example there is actually a path through the gap. Respectfully, I walked clockwise around the larger pile.