Down Tor Stone Row sits half a mile north of Down Tor itself on an area of flatish ground that rises slightly at either end of the stone row. Some will call this Hingston Stone Row, after the nearby hill, but for me and many, many others, its always Down Tor Stone Row. There are over 150 stones in this row, with a small stone circle one end and a ruined cairn at the other end, the tallest of the standing stones is 3 metres high. The site was repaired in 1896 in order to re-erect a number of fallen stones back into their original holes. For me this is easily the best of the stone rows and certainly the most complete and easily photographed one on the moor.