Along Linden Ridge in the Blue Mountains are a series of expansive rock platforms, many of which contain Aboriginal grinding grooves (AGGs) and possibly stone arrangements. The largest of the open rock areas is over 300m in width and 300m in length, with low vegetation separating the individual platforms.
There is at least one axe grinding groove next to one of the many pools (some of the grooves along the ridge are very shallow, and require optimal early morning or late afternoon sunlight to spot).
A number of stone arrangements have been recorded along the ridge, and a number of the platforms have rocks that appear to have been deliberately placed. However, with the passage of time and possibly human intervention it’s not obvious whether some or all of these rocks are Aboriginal stone arrangements,
There are eight grinding grooves sites along Linden Ridge recorded by Ian Sim, and some additional sites recorded later. However, Sim did not document any stone arrangement sites.