This photo shows the sandy/grassy lane at the point where it reaches the summit on the Cape Mabou plateau.
This backwards-facing photo shows the sandy/grassy lane at the point where it begins to descend from the Cape Mabou plateau.
This view is to the south. The hills in the middle ground lie beyond the Cèilidh Trail and to the east of the Smithville Road; it is hard to say where the mountains in the far distance are—any identifying features are too blurred by haze and rain to be made out, even in the original. Due south from this point are Riverville, Smithville, Hillsboro, Mull River, Glencoe Mills, and River Denys Mountain, in order from near to far. What one might see from here will therefore have to wait until a clearer day. Looking at the photo, I wonder whether the hole in the foreground might have been a cellar: wouldn’t this be a lovely spot in which to locate a homestead?