Within the slopes of Colvannick Tor stand the remains of one of Cornwall's finest stone row alignments.
The stones are not placed in a straight line, and both of its end stones are invisible from one another; due to a small rise in the landscape
(along with many gorse bushes).
The southern end of this impressive row hosts its larger stones, with the end stone (the largest of all) leaning dramatically. Investigations have been carried out regarding this particular stone, which suggest that its angle is intentional (similar to the Boscawen Un central menhir
NUMBER OF STONES: 12
ROW LENGTH: 380m (approx)
ALLIGNMENT: SE - NW
STONE SPACING: 7m - 14m
LARGEST STONE: 2.4m