This picture shows the entire boondocking area where I'm at. The part where I'm boondocked is up on a little flat topped hill. And off to the right is an area that's about 20 or 30 feet below where I'm at that I've always called "the hole". There are usually fewer people in the hole because there's two short but steep roads going down to the bottom and there is a concern that you might not be able to get back out again.
This is a close-up of "the hole". Due to the crowds up on top, when I first got here I seriously thought about going down into the hole where it's far less crowded and also pretty darn level. But after staring at the short steep roads that go down in there, considering the rather portly dimensions of the Arctic Fox, and discretion being the better part of valor, I wimped out and stayed with the crowd.