|Name:||Carn Mhic an Toisich|
|Height:||678m / 2224ft|
|RHB Section:||11B: Glen Affric to Glen Moriston|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham|
|Grid ref:||NH 31056 18577|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 34|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 115 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|East ridge, detour on the way down from Chreathaich to Bhlaraidh||Topographer57||17/04/2019|
|Followed Hydro road to high point (fast if ugly) then along ridge, returning down the flank from An Suidhe to hit road lower down. Dry underfoot.||SS||05/06/2018|
|From the south at Blaraidh. Much windfarm work ongoing. Old track still usable for most of the way. Cycles useful. Pretty boggy off the track.||jenx||12/08/2016|
|Cycled up w Jenx. After Chrathaich repositioned bikes at loch liath and then another wet plodge across the moor to the spur with another graham top. Mass devastation behing wrought on the southern flanks of Chrathaich, appalling site for 32 more turbines. The view West hardly better with the large Beauly-Denny pylons marching through. A once fine area now despoiled for good sadly. Back to tge bikes a fast descent down to the van. 6 hr round trip.||nordicstar||12/08/2016|
|From Hilton. New track follows close to the line of pylons.||hils||31/07/2016|
|Cycled from Biaraidh. Took the long east ridge from track. Superb vantage point.||Campbell Singer||01/05/2016|
|Parked at Hilton Lodge and took the right of way to Glen Morriston, this was pleasant through the woodland and then it joins the new super pylon track. This was followed for about 5 Kms and then I just plowtered up through at times thigh deep snow to the summit.
Rewarded with superb views of the high peaks of Glen Affric.||Peterb||27/12/2015|
|Follow the pylons until you get bored and then head into the bog.||Martin R||07/05/2015|
|cycled to dam and after mac over boggy ground||robertphillips||05/09/2014|
|Date uncertain. Photos may yield a date. Mountain biked in. Think it was probably the day after the XXL Kinlocheil Bunkhouse weekend (17-19th August 2012), so probably the 21st.||tallscottishguy||21/08/2012|
|From Carn na Caorach. Then to Creag an Fhir-eoin.||Alan Moore||13/03/2009|
|Parked 400m beyond Bhlaraidh. Around a locked gate onto easy graded access road through forest. Out of forest to reservoir. Off track at 1400' over short heather and deer grass. 4 deer in a peat hag. Several large losses of height to top at 11.50. to Caorach||arranc||07/06/2007|
|Ascended from track from the south.||JohnW||05/05/2006|
|Cycle back from Loch ma Stac then up and down.||Eddie||20/01/2000|
|fine remote hill, damp heathery approach from E. A886 Bhlaraidh 381165, tk to 366202, descend via tk from 343188||RHW||02/01/1999|