That sounds like a place where I would like to hike.One of the odd things like that we've found was backpacking in the San Pedro Wilderness in NM. Interesting place, burned over in the late 1800s by sheepherders, so it has meadows alternating with forest stands -and the meadows can have a few inches of water hidden under grass in the spring. With good reason, some of the trail markers appear to be 4-6' sections of telephone poles, and Courtenay had to trail find returning from a loop hike when one of them had fallen and was hidden in the grasses. (He found it the next day, approaching from a different angle.)
Near one of the places we liked to camp, there was a forested section next to a clear hillside, so I headed to the woods to potty. I discovered a huge "box" - metal, probably a good 5 or 6' cube. It was actually on what had been a side, so it opened on the top (as it was sitting). We found a label, it had originally held some electronic equipment. The lid was ajar, and it had old clothing hanging out of it. The only things we could figure was that it was a resource box for those rounding up cattle or such. Although wilderness, cattle grazing is allowed, but no wheeled vehicles of any sort, and not allowed for years. Although that doesn't mean no one would use one anyway, the topography isn't exactly drive-able, but it would fit on a horse either. Hiking in the area, in another section of woods, we found a gallon glass wine jug.
It is fun, high altitude, but once the altitude gain from a TH is achieved, it's relatively flat. We once camped over Memorial Day weekend, and only saw one other person - though we saw him 3 or 4 times, at least at a distance. Courtenay was finally able to talk to him, and it turned out he'd heard about the area, and decided to hike it, but didn't have a map. So, he was hiking out and back from his vehicle parked at one of the THs, returning to the vehicle each night. We gave him our extra copy (we each carried one). It's also an area where we found some bad camping etiquette, as we hiked out at the end of a weekend, finding a group trip camped across the trail.That sounds like a place where I would like to hike.