This is another cluster of boulders and broken cliff band about 200 yards across power lines from trash compactor. Below the boulders is a big pond housing a beaver lodge that is protected habitat, so if you bring the pup, please be a responsible owner so as not to disrupt the beavers or to upset anyone that might be trying to enjoy the wildlife. Also, for the same reasons, go easy with tick marks please, since the boulders are right off the trail and tons of chalk might ruin someone else's time out there.
From trash compactor, walk back across power lines and into the woods about 100 yards or so and the cliff band and boulders should be obvious slightly down and to your right.
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