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Name:Sgurr Choinnich
Hill number:892
Height:999.2m / 3278ft
Parent (Ma):885  Sgurr a' Chaorachain
RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Beauly, Carron
Watershed:Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Inner Moray Firth, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NH 07628 44616
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:133m
Col:866m  NH 0817 4460  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
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Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 402 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
2nd ascentdmckeith07/09/2019
squrr choinnich repeat, squrr na conbhaire, squrr a chaorachain repeat, bidean an eoin deirg my final munro top, cycled up from craig to wire rope crossing.robertphillips12/06/2019
A 33.5km, 3 Munro epic at Glenuig, climbing Sgurr Choinnich, Sgurr a' Chaorachain & Maoile Lunndaidh. Tricky with 45mph gusts but a cracking day out.Chris Mac13/04/2019
From Craig, via Bealach Bhearnais.Isbjorn Winter Round19/02/2019
From Craig, walk/cycle to Pollan Buidhe, then walk to near Glenuaig Lodge, then across valley and up N ridge of Carn nam Fiaclan to summit, continuing to Creag Toll a'Choin and Maoile Lunndaidh, returning to Carn nam Fiaclan, descent of Fuar-tholl Beag to Drochaid Mhuilich, bivvyed by stream from corrie loch, then to summit of Sgurr a' Chaorachain via Sron na Frianich, return trip out to Bidean an Eoin Deirg, then across to Sgurr Choinnich, descending to Bealach Bhearnais and along path in valley back to Pollan Buidhe and thence to Craig.kdbennett19/05/2018
With Geraldine.Chris Blake27/10/2017
ChrisGeraldine Fardon27/10/2017
ot sunshine. Camping near the wire bridge. Long day of 3 munrosmn2324/07/2017
1st munro of the day. Parked at Craig and walked / cycled in to camp at Pollen Buidhe. Nice site by a river but the heat brought out midges in droves.Great views from summit of Torridon etc.dave neilson24/07/2017
From Craig, MTB on track then round of Sgurr Choinnich, Sgurr a'Chaorachain and Bidean an Eoin Deirg.rhalstead06/06/2017
ScoobyJimA06/05/2017
Sgurr Choinnich and Sgurr a' Chaorachain via the usual route, starting off from the Achnashellach Forest car park. Snow on top and snowing. Descent from Sgurr a' Chaorachain was hard on the knees so I gladly accepted a lift from the deer stalker rather than 3 miles down the track.tsharp18/04/2017
use a bike its a 6km walk in on an easy path it will allow you to do all 3. its an easy path to followAristotle Chip26/03/2017
Long walk in from Craig. Steepish west ridge, with a few minor scrambles. No problems, but a bit breezy up top.Jhimmy16/10/2016
with fraser on club meet, corbet first before completing on the secound munroe.JamesSDonald18/06/2016
Long walk in Caroline and Barry on Bikes catching us up. Nice hills.nickywood105/06/2016
On TGO Challenge, with Sue, from Bealach Bhearnais. Also climbed on 25/03/1991.Phreerunner14/05/2016
Solo from Craig with bike in perfect clear conditions.Play2End18/09/2015
Solo cycle from Craig and circular walk in good conditionsbarnz4815/07/2015
Revisit in passing, after Chaorachain and Conbhaire, then to Feartaig.RHW16/06/2015
ghaley11/09/2014
Hyperopic22/06/2014
From Bendronaig bothy via Bealach Bearnais long walk in long slog out. 12 hours. Weather ok until reach Bealach again then continual drizzle. With George Murraymunromurph12/06/2014
Solo, 1st of 2. A snowy cold day. A real tester on your own! Set off later than planned, not ideal. Wandered up road before crossing 2 wire bridge (easy). V. boggy path before hitting snowline. Some tricky bits on a snow covered ridge, 4hr45.bowzi09/11/2013
Jon Clarke, Mark Whelan, Rich Fahyhutonthehill05/03/2013
Climbed with Richard on a clear day, blue skies. Excellent day - 10.5 hours for all 3amcculloch21/02/2013
With Sandy, East to West all ridge then south to Sgurr na Conbhaire & down steep grass to Loch Monar, followed by Beinn Tharsuinn to meet white poniesWhithaugh12/08/2012
8 of 8: From Sgurr a Chaorachain.ChrisR13/06/2012
With Steve, RodOik10/06/2012
From the level crossing via Bhealach Bearnais with Grant and Rod. Left John and Stephen at the col to do the Corbetts. Overcast all day.SS10/06/2012
maoile luudaidh, squrr a chaorachain, and squrr choinnich from craig cycled up to beyond wire bridge.robertphillips27/04/2012
Ascended via south ridge, then continued east to Sgurr a' Chaorachain.davidpettit8431/05/2011
214th - Solo - from Craig, snow above 700m, strong winds nearly forced an abort. Linked 3 Munros for an 11 hour winter walk.RGibbs08/02/2011
Long day alone, poor weather, navigational error (potentially serious but spotted in time), kicked steps down from col. Never saw anyone all day - except for a horse - in the dark!otis_b_flywheel29/01/2011
Solo.Dangerous Dave10/06/2010
With Jay, by bike from Glan Carron.Colinmac200526/05/2010
From Craig, with Ben-Ji in cloud. Forced up western side of western valley by swollen stream to col at SW end up on to plateau over all tops and back. Steeply up north side of Bidean an Eoin Dearg W to Sgurr a'Chaorachain and on to Sgurr Choinnich. Back north in the dark for three hours back to Craig.vegibagger28/10/2009
By Self Great wee scramble up for last hill of the day. Golden Eagle took off just as arrived at summit. Long way back to Craigalanm25/07/2009
Round of Bidean a'Choire Sheasgaich, Lurg Mhor, Sgur Choinnich, Sgurr a'Chaorachain, Maoile Lunndaidh, Moruisg and Sgurr nan Ceannaichean from Craig. Day 27 of 59 for all Munros. 42km, +/-3800m, 16 hours.PGCE21/05/2009
second ascent in winter from crossing by gerrys hostel. long day in winter boots, climbed with dw, snow only high on the hills with strong winds on the summits. river crossings interesting with the snow melt, sgurr choinnich, sgurr a chaorachain then a steep descent back to the pollen buidhe track.rum doodle 18/02/2009
Walked in 9km from Craig and set up camp at Bealach. Following day completed Beinn Dearg, Cona Mheall, Meal nan Ceapraichean, Eididh nan Clach Geala, Am Faochagach + 1 Top, returning to camp, 26.3kn 2320m in 12.5hr. The following day completed Biden a Choire Shieasgaich, Lurg Mhor +1 Top returning to camp, 15.2km 1320m 10.5hr, then returned back to car.JamesSDonald26/07/2008
Easy ascent from campsite, woke up early and due to a cracking hangover went back to my tent and bed as weather not too good , cloud low. Woke up at 10.30 and headed up. Rewarded with sunshine on summit and some awesome views. Martin's tent in the night decided to head off with him in it so we had to pitch it with my guidelines and pegs. It worked as he was still there sadly in the morning Company: Martin Stewart.iandesbottes05/07/2008
3rdThearlaichdubh10/06/2008
A long walk in from Craig approaching the summit via the west ridge from Bealach Bhearnais. yorkie07/05/2008
Rob in conjunction with Sgurr a'Chaorachain.david.walker4001/05/2008
Munro 237 2007 compleationancient brit01/09/2007
alone SheilaS12/05/2007
With a friend. From Craig. Walked along the track that lies a little way from Allt a' Chonais. We crossed the river and walked up the path to Bealach Bhearnais. From there we climbed (a little scrambling) up the west ridge of Sgùrr Choinnich to reach its summit. Continued to Sgùrr na Conbhaire and Sgùrr a' Chaorachain.pwbellarby26/04/2007
Lousy night in bivvy tent - useless, can't move! then up here.Colinmac200517/02/2007
SR two Munro dayFrank03/08/2006