Tom a'Choinich & Toll Creagach

Summary for Tom a'Choinich & Toll Creagach

Tom a'Choinich & Toll Creagach is a route in “The ” region / range which is located in the area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

This is a mainly circular route but there are parts where you need to retrace your footsteps

Sunrise 5:04 am
Sunset 9:48 pm
16 hours 44 minutes(s) daylight
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Route points for Tom a'Choinich & Toll Creagach

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NH21452417272° W0.67 (0.67)From the parking area follow a track approx 3km upto Allt Toll Easa
NH19502587273° W1.19 (1.86)
NH18312599319° NW1.8 (3.66)from "Allt Toll Easa" take to the hillside along a path that leads up a curving southern ridge
NH17202742320° NW0.12 (3.78)From "Bealach Toll Easa (872)" continue onto the summit cairn. Return to col
NH16427374° ENE0.7 (4.48)The summit Tom a'Choinich - 1112 ( metres)
NH1713275198° E0.55 (5.03)Continue along the
NH1767274049° NE0.92 (5.95)cross the minor top
NH1840279672° ENE1.08 (7.03)walk up the gentle dome of 'Toll Creagach' marked with 2 cairns; then drop to the south
NH194282180° S1.41 (8.44)The summit Toll Creagach - 1054 ( metres)
NH19372683177° S0.73 (9.17)descend down avoiding the small crags by staying to th west
NH19372609146° SE0.25 (9.42)Rejoin the footpath & head back to the road
Munros covered on Tom a'Choinich & Toll Creagach
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
41 1112 Tom a'Choinich Hill of the moss Tom uh Hornich
77 1054 Toll Creagach The rocky hollow Toll Kirrikuch