A probable single stone row at Gray Hill in South Wales measures 78.7m long, includes 6 different sized stones and is situated on the upper south facing slope of a prominent hill. The row is orientated north west to south east and leads from one side of a kerbed cairn. A further cairn survives in the vicinity.
Plan of Gray Hill stone row (Source: GPS survey by Sandy Gerrard). Stone row shown black and stone circle red.