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Name:Cnoc na Toinne
Hill number:20019
Height:845m / 2772ft
Parent (Ma):20004  Cnoc na Peiste [Knocknapeasta]
RHB Section:50C: Macgillycuddy's Reeks
Hill area:MacGillycuddy's Reeks
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Dillon, Vandeleur-Lynam, Arderin
Grid ref:V 81114 83401
Summit feature:no feature
Col:768m  V 8185 8344  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 78
Observations:grass at edge of corrie
Comments:Height and Drop from Harvey Map
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 89 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Short diversion on returning from Cnoc na Peiste. Cloud drifting on and off. Then down the zig zag path and back to Cronin's Yard.ChrisR18/07/2019
after returning to top of Devil's ladder instead continue up the boggy path to pick up this minor top then down the zig zags till they run out just above the path back to Cronin's yard solo easier than ascent routeof Devil's laddercolinfielding03/10/2017
east-west traverse of macgillycuddys reeks from cronins yard.robertphillips13/06/2017
Route: Hydro Road (from road) - Caher West Top - Caher - Carrauntoohil - Cnoc na Toinne - Cnoc an Chuillinn - Cnoc an Chuillinn East Top - Maolan Bui - Cnoc na Peiste - Maolan Bui - The Bone - Cronin's Yard Approx. Stats: 7hrs, 16km, 1,250m ascent Weather: fine, no wind or rain!millionmts20/10/2016
Added to the end of a day doing the Eastern Reeks.kenmorti17/07/2016
after a steep descent, a straight and easy angled path to bypass the ridge's lowest point and take in this peak before returning a couple of hundred yards to the cairn marking the Zigzag path down to Hag's Glen which was in decent condition. with MT and KMniallp17/07/2016
Continuation of walk from Cnoc an Chuillinn. Followed good path steeply down to a col, then up to un-marked summit. To descend, retraced steps for 300m, then took zig-zag path down into the Hag's Glen and track back down to Cronin's Yard. With NP and KM.Man of Kernow117/07/2016
f/a, s/a for malign bui, croc na peiste, the big gun, & cruach mhor, 2 in party, hot & sunny with a breeze, 8hrs approx, 14 km approx. another sunny day, from cronins yard, track then path (priests path?) up onto the shoulder & croc na toinne. along the ridge taking in the tops, good ridge walk, from croc na peiste there is some good scrambling, ridge narrows with some scrambling, choice of a short wet descent to north and reascent back to the ridge or a short step in the ridge. from the big gun, turn the over hang by a steep descent on a path, first large block can be turned by a short descent of a damp tight corner on the east side, clambering around its base to regain the ridge. either take to the crest with several steep down climbs or take a faint path on the west side. this ridge is best tackled coming from cruach mhor rather than from the big gun, this gives the option of tackling the short vertical sections or avoiding them, rather than suddenly arriving at the top of them. desrum doodle 08/04/2015
Big long high circuit that included the big gunFergalh14/07/2014
with R and the 5 3000s on east ridgeDunlawyering09/07/2014
The Hagg' Glen Circuit 11 mountains in 12 Hours and 20 Mins In excellent sunny conditions degrees and light wind . 9.8 mile circuitSorina29/06/2013
Climbed with John Willmott Weather:Fog,Rain,Hail,Snow and High Winds Called off attempt on CarrauntoohilGunners26/04/2013
My last day in Co. Kerry on a trip planned to complete the Furths. Fine weather after yesterday's gale to tackle the remaining summits on the McGillycudy's Reeks. Started from Cronin's Yard, up Hags Glen, then obvious zigzags to a col. I decided to do the simple walk on the easiest grassy ridge imaginable to this summit before tackling the 3000 ft.-ers. A very fine approach to the ridge.pwheeler24/05/2011
CK SheilaS12/05/2009
Irish munro haul - circuit from Meallisnordicstar27/05/2007
misty - met up about 6 Irish lads who got me round the ridge in bad weatherjohnjennison23/08/2006
Solo.Dangerous Dave19/04/2006
second trip to the area and tidying up the main Reeks ridge with a full W-E crossing from the main track upRhayader_wander07/08/2004
Climb of MacGillicuddy's Reeks via Devil's Ladder and Hag's Glen, from Gearha. Excellent traverse of Cnoc na Toinne, Cnoc an Chuillin, Maolan Bui, Knocknapeasta, An Gunna Mor, Cruach Mhor - the scramble over An Gunna Mhor was the highlight. Very clear visibility except couple of showers. Met only four people in whole day.mavero1015/08/2003
SoloJohn Lee29/03/1995
Clockwise round of Macgillycuddy's Reeks.Eddie26/10/1994
From farm at end of road. £2.00 fee. From Devil's Ladder running with water. 12.00arranc09/04/1994
Circuit from the North via Gaddagh Riverrjf3507/04/1993
From the road end to the north. Cruach Mhor and tops along the ridge to Devils ladder and back down Hags Glen.PeterD19/08/1991
Date unknown. Corran Tuathaill YH circuit RHW01/01/1990
Solo. From Carrauntoohil Youth Hostel. Macgillycuddy's Reeks. After the rocky scramble between Cruach Mhor and Knocknapeasta the ridge becomes broad and grassy. Passed over Maolán Bui to reach Cnoc an Chuilin (3141') and Cnoc an Toine (2776') . Continued to Caher and Carrauntoohil before descending to the youth hostel. Time: 7hr 50min. The weather was good. It was misty on and off on the summits.pwbellarby14/06/1987
Not a 'Furth' but part of the ridge traverse.Aye Jimmy10/08/1978
john steel16/09/2017
Sick Kid29/05/2017
Steve Clark14/04/2017
Nomad Perkins19/02/2015