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Name:Toll Creagach
Hill number:818
Height:1054m / 3458ft
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beauly
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NH 19404 28269
Summit feature:rock 20m W of cairn
Drop:182m
Col:872m  NH 1720 2753  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 415
Observations:rock is higher than cairn (NH 19425 28265) which is higher than trig point (NH 19450 28280) 25m NE of cairn
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 512 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Very windy on top, but clear views all around. Enjoyable descent back down to Glen Affric.mcbboyd21/09/2019
Fifth and final summit of the day, glorious weather continued for steep descent back to dam.Chris Blake30/07/2019
Our recoverd day after the Mullardoch 4 yesterday. There is very little snow on the slopes today and very little on the summit. Looking from here the snow on yesterdays hills looks like it has receded a lot but still plenty on the tops. Flighty snow on the summit for our photos, but true to form the cloud cleared affording us amazing views. Met 2 groups of 2 walkers today a relative busy hill after yesterday seeing no other walkers on our route. With Dianne Scorgie, Paola & Chris JonesLizzieG07/05/2019
Ascent from dam Glen Cannichhugoklip28/04/2019
Club weekend staying at Strawberry cottage Completed Toll Creagach and Tom a Choinnich before walk in to cottageJamesSDonald03/08/2018
5 completed, beautiful weather!FCMark24/06/2018
With Tash after Tompigerg10/06/2018
Andrew Dyson neil hutton30/05/2018
After Tom A Choinicch. Beautiful sunny day.squeegs05/05/2017
Toll Creagach to Carn Eighe ridge, caught a beautiful sunny weather window that defied most of the forecast's cloudy expectations for the rest of the area!twg2711/03/2017
revisit great winters daycjo03/03/2017
Tom a'Choinich and Toll Creagach from Chisholme bridge - WalkHighlands routeCrib Goch19/10/2016
From parking at end of Glen Affric, Tom a'Choinich and Toll Creagach.rhalstead23/09/2016
Day 1 of Mullardoch backpack.mikejacobs30/07/2016
From Tom a'Choinich via Bealach Toll Easa then over west top to summit. Descent due south to new Hydro road and then back to Chisholm Bridge.garyhoney28/07/2016
With Paul. Walked straight from our tent.rain at first .Cleared to giive some views south.younggl03/04/2016
Day 3 of Mullardoch roundvictimofmathema13/07/2015
On 3rd day of a 3-day backpack around the Mullardoch hills. Good views.alistairpooler13/07/2015
hot and muggyamelialloyd02/07/2015
With Steve, RodOik21/06/2015
With Rod and Grant from Chisholm Bridge. Stalkers path up Tom a'Choinnich (brilliant at top) then on to Toll Creagach (missed top). Overcast but plenty breaks.SS21/06/2015
With Jenny and Ken and Ian, two Munros where the chappie was lost and rescued at age 70 yesterday - a lucky man who went down to the wrong loch and turned left - ie West instead of East.nickywood109/06/2015
Overnight wildcamp and two Munrosindikid6005/04/2015
Done as a part of a complete round of Mullardoch 12grahamzwilson29/06/2014
With Tom a' Choinnichmunromurph27/06/2014
With Tom a' Choinich. From Chisholme bridge. On own.MorecambeMonkey17/06/2014
+ Tom a Choinacih with Roddy and Finlayrob_vet6904/06/2014
Second munro of the day with Maggie and Roy. Fairly easy rounded hill. Back to the car and left Roy to go back to Larachbeg while we walked in to the far end of Loch Affric to meet the Reeds and our campsite.dave neilson30/05/2014
wth roy and dave after Tom a'Choinichmn2330/05/2014
ghaley30/05/2014
A lovely summit. Descended due south over Beinn Eun back to the track.Play2End04/05/2014
See Carn Eigedickscroop29/09/2013
5th of 5, now solo. It's a fair trek from 4 to 5 on a totally miserable day, soaked through (boots especially, a first for my Meindls) and generally not a happy bunny. The walk South off Creagach is pathless, boggy and wet. The track you pickup isn't much better. But that's the 5 done. 32.4km, 2200m, 13hr30. An epic! :Dbowzi24/08/2013
Day's walk with Lucy & Euan in challenging ultra-hot conditions, worsened by profuse cleggs and other insectsbarnz4819/07/2013
ghaley13/07/2013
JimT13/07/2013
From car park at bottom of Gleann nam Fiadh in Glen Affric, via slope west of crags on Beinn Eun. Continued to Tom a'Choinich.Man of Kernow108/07/2013
2nd ascentPeterb08/10/2012
Done with Tom A Choinich. With Brian, 10.30 start. Very busy with 2 big groups. Bitter wind on the summit with snow flurries. Clouding later. Time taken 7 hours.gercal5305/05/2012
round of tom achoinich, toll creagach, and beinn a mheadhoin.robertphillips24/03/2012
Jon Clarkehutonthehill18/09/2011
Blisco23/04/2011
Last of the 5. Yipppeee.akmilne20/04/2011
Climbed on round with Tom a'Choinnich.chriswatson16/04/2011
A fine spring day taking in Tom a'ChoinichShutterlag26/03/2011
Misty ascent - followed Meri offmfel5707/10/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave16/06/2010
Trig revisit. Parked S end of Mullardoch dam, path initially then tough heathery ascent of the 892m Yeaman summit. Hydro Board pillar just above dan and a Bolt in rock higher up doubtless also dam-related. Was on my way to meet Stephen Pyke aka Spyke, on his way to lowering the Munros record (foot, bike and paddle) to an impressive 39 days 9h 6mins http://munros2010.blogspot.com/ After these peaks he bagged the Farrar Four in the evening; I continued north for Orkney.RHW26/05/2010
Climbed with Richardamcculloch29/08/2009
171st - Allan - from carpark by Loch Beinn a Mheadhoin, cool and overcast, light drizzle. 1st of 5 consecutive days without seeing anyonelse out on the hills.RGibbs29/08/2009