Summary: A solitary footprint on a rock platform above the Slippery Dip Trail.

A mundoe representing a left foot is the only engraving on a small rock platform, from which there are views over the surrounding area.

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The mundoe is pointing roughly towards the direction of the significant Moon Rock site.

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