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Name:An Leth-chreag
Hill number:819
Height:1051m / 3448ft
Parent (Ma):803  Carn Eige [Carn Eighe]
Parent (SMC):810  Tom a' Choinich
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beauly
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
(Tu,Sim,MT,Mur)
Grid ref:NH 15409 26968
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:57m
Col:994m  NH155271  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 414N 415
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 221 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
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
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
See Tom a' ChoinichPeterb23/04/2017
Toll Creagach to Carn Eighe ridge walk.twg2711/03/2017
Day 1 of Mullardoch backpack.mikejacobs30/07/2016
Ascent Anti-clockwise round. Park, walk west, head up path to north just before Lodge, skirt trees, climb to valley, cross valley and river. Steep scramble to Tom a'Choinich then fantastic ridge walk west eventually to Carn Eige and beyond to Mam Sodhail. stunning views to Cuillins and in all other directions. South East to path above Loch Affric and back to car park. 16.5 miles, 9H 40M.callumorr21/07/2016
Day 3 of Mullardoch roundvictimofmathema13/07/2015
On 3rd day of a 3-day backpack around the Mullardoch hills. Good views.alistairpooler13/07/2015
ghaley30/05/2014
On Carn Eige to Cannich traverse.Chris Peart11/05/2014
See Carn Eigedickscroop29/09/2013
Hyperopic30/04/2011
Solo.Dangerous Dave16/06/2010
self (Tom a'Choinich)davidsbatty08/08/2009
By Self As part of five munrosalanm30/05/2009
5 of 14: From Tom a Choinich Beag.ChrisR13/05/2009
See Toll Creagach dbb14/10/2007
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit23/08/2007
KeithByTheC27/07/2007
Continued along the ridge beyond Ton a'Choinich. yorkie24/07/2007
t114redcon14/04/2007
With Niel on way into Strawberry Cottage completing Toll Creagach, Tom a'Choinich, Carn Eighe, Beinn Fhonnlaidh, Mam Sodhail + 9 Tops, 34km, 2680m, in 14.0hrJamesSDonald16/06/2006
Solo. Parked at NH216243. After reaching the summit of Tom a' Chòinnich. I followed the ridge over Tom a' Chòinnich Beag, An Leth-chreag and Sròn Garbh. Continued along the ridge to Càrn Eighe.pwbellarby24/05/2005
Mam Sodhail, Beinn Fhionnlaidh, Carn Eighe, Tom a'Choinich and Toll Creagach plus 11 Tops.PGCE17/06/2003
Ascent with Jon Moss and Des Alcornalexmaclennan27/04/2002
CK, Hugo+Russians SheilaS28/12/2000
Galltywenallt09/05/1999
Another Top on the way to Carn Eighe.Aye Jimmy11/05/1996
From Glen AffricBLACKHILL04/04/1996
Loch Mullardoch Circuit 3 day backpacking/wild camping. With Andymountainmunki30/06/1995
Good views, slight rain.iangalbraith29/05/1994
Solo Uisdean2525/05/1992
In fine, clearing weather, high cloud. We were relieved to have these conditions for the switchback, pinnacled ridge to Carn Eige. Approached from Glen Affric via Toll Creagach and Tom a'Choinich, which we did so that we'd get some Munros in if the poor morning weather had lasted all day. With Petepwheeler25/05/1991
Recce for Hugh Symond's continuous Munro round from Cannich.Eddie21/10/1989
Ascended from Carn Eige, heading for Tom a'Choinich. The descent eastwards was on a fine stone staircase, which has now virtually disappeared due to overuse.JohnW29/05/1989
Solo on Tom a'Choinich ridge.bolton22/07/1988
See Tom a'Choinichgerrybowes11/08/1987
Carn Eige, Mam Sodhail and Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Affric, with many an accompanying Top RHW27/05/1987
NHM Uisdean2513/02/1983
With the Munroshillsman01/07/1982
With Rod, RonOik23/07/1980
AMS VNJWphillipsk16/06/1980
JimTblank
tomcr8824/07/2018
Driftwood05/06/2018
weaselmaster06/05/2018
Sick Kid06/05/2018
Pommyjon01/09/2017
alda27/08/2016
benalder5029/05/2016