I had a compass with me. I checked where the North was, where the South and which peaks were located near the North - South line.
In the image downloaded from Google Earth you can see the mutual position of these three hills. The blue line shows that these three mountains lie exactly on one straight line.
I entered in the bushes adjacent to the BTS and found there some stones that looked like old sculptures and elements of buildings.
Near the top, I found other interesting stones that looked like someone was drilling in them and installed clamps or anchor plates.
I have climbed to the second of the pyramids mentioned at the beginning of the article, namely Sadahurip. On the eve of my trip, the mountain looked very nice.
But on the day when I was climbing it the top was covered with fog.
Apparently Sadahurip was also a mountain with a soul just like Lalakon and it did not like that someone like me wanted to climb. Mountainsides were covered with farmlands almost to the top.
Farmlands at the mountainsides are shown even in Google Earth.
The path leading to the top was soaked by moisture and very slippery.
Due to the dense fog I could not see the area around the hill. The compass was unuseful because I could not see any characteristic points.