One mechanism for capturing site layout:
Another way to capture site layout is a collection of sticks:
Correcting a couple of errors in this stick placement, I get a layout something like this, with walls represented by straight lines and rock piles/mounds represented by ovals:
(Hardly survey quality!)
Let's look at some pictures.
I came up from the east and first got curious seeing the tall squared off wall end at the northern end of the "T" on the right and realizing this was a short stretch of wall:From the other side:
Here is a short(er) stretch that extends the southern stroke of the same "T":Here is the larger mound a few feet to the north; old from the looks of it:
And some views of the little scatter of light colored rocks on a support boulder. This convinces me the site is ceremonial:
[By the way: Is there a strategic use of quartz at Track Rock Gap?]
Some other artfully placed quartz:Placing quartz at a wall junction seems a common practice around here. Here is an old Oak tree and a bit a quartz at a junction downhill from these hilltop walls:Worth doing some compass measurements here.