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Name:Tom a' Choinich
Hill number:810
Height:1112m / 3648ft
Parent (Ma):803  Carn Eige [Carn Eighe]
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Submarilyn, Murdo,
Grid ref:NH 16405 27323
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:962.8m  NH 1482 2659  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 415
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 510 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Windy up on top, but refreshing after warm climb up. Following the usual route around, heading to Toll Creagach after this one.mcbboyd21/09/2019
Fourth summitChris Blake30/07/2019
Up from Glen Affric, whiteout on tophugoklip16/11/2018
Club weekend staying at Strawberry cottage Completed Toll Creagach and Tom a Choinnich before walk in to cottageJamesSDonald03/08/2018
done all 5FCMark24/06/2018
From Glen Affric along track in Gleann nam Fiadh, then along track by Allt Toll Easa to Bealach Toll Easa and up Tom a' Choinnich, continuing to Tom a' Choinnich Beag and An Leth-creag, descended into Coire Mhic Fhearchair, down to Gleann nam Fiadh track and back to roadkdbennett21/06/2018
With Tash after Tollpigerg10/06/2018
Andrew Dyson neil hutton30/05/2018
Sick Kid06/05/2018
Isbjorn Winter Round28/02/2018
revisit for the tops C/W round of stob a choire dhomhain, stob coire dhomhnuill, sron garbh, an leth chreag, tom a choinich beag, tom a choinich, am meallan from glen affric road end.robertphillips13/05/2017
From Affric Lodge car park and a much nicer route now that there are hydro works in progress on the track from the car park up the road.squeegs05/05/2017
With Andy and included Tom a' Choinich Beag and An Leth-Chreag. The initial footpath has been transformed into a bulldozed track to accommodate the hydro works, an unpleasant change but hopefully not permanent.Peterb23/04/2017
Toll Creagach to Carn Eighe ridge walk. Beautiful sunny day and soft snow!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
Robert Paterson17/09/2016
Day 1 of Mullardoch backpack.mikejacobs30/07/2016
Parked at Chisholm Bridge, then up new Hydro road through construction site until Allt Toll Easa. Then up over Creag na h-Inghinn onto the ridge to the summit.garyhoney28/07/2016
Paul and Terri29/05/2016
karen and james29/12/2015
Second ascentPeteF30/09/2015