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Name:Maoile Lunndaidh
Hill number:890
Height:1004.9m / 3297ft
Parent (Ma):891  Creag Toll a' Choin
RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beauly, Catchment Boundaries, Cromarty
Class:Munro, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 13509 45842
Summit feature:blade of rock 20m SW of large cairn
Col:994.4m  NH 1316 4546  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 430
Observations:cairn is at NH 13523 45856 and is 0.20m lower
Survey:Leica Disto D510/Leica RX1250
Comments:Marilyn replaced by 891 Creag Toll a' Choin in June 2014
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A 33.5km, 3 Munro epic at Glenuig, climbing Sgurr Choinnich, Sgurr a' Chaorachain & Maoile Lunndaidh. Tricky with 45mph gusts but a cracking day out.Chris Mac13/04/2019
From Craig to Glenuaig Lodge, then an ATV track leads from the lodge to the river, but there is no crossing point, so went back W until could splash across. Crossed An Crom-allt at NH 11255 46748 where a path climbs out, up the E bank, then peters out. Zig-zag'd up NW flank on heather, slime and greasy rocks, to Carn nam Fiaclan (no signs of other humans having used this often recommended route in texts) and on to summit. Because of the challenging river crossings, returned to Carn nam Fiaclan and descended over greasy rocks and then a fair path down W ridge to Drochaid Mhuillich, then down E flank of Sron na Frianich until could cross over and head for the plantation and back down to Craig.Isbjorn Winter Round21/02/2019
From Craig, walk/cycle to Pollan Buidhe, then walk to near Glenuaig Lodge, then across valley and up N ridge of Carn nam Fiaclan to summit, continuing to Creag Toll a'Choin and Maoile Lunndaidh, returning to Carn nam Fiaclan, descent of Fuar-tholl Beag to Drochaid Mhuilich, bivvyed by stream from corrie loch, then to summit of Sgurr a' Chaorachain via Sron na Frianich, return trip out to Bidean an Eoin Deirg, then across to Sgurr Choinnich, descending to Bealach Bhearnais and along path in valley back to Pollan Buidhe and thence to Craig.kdbennett18/05/2018
Solo from Loch MonarGeraldine Fardon02/05/2018
Long way from SC but varied walk and pleasant plateau.mn2324/07/2017
Long walk to 3rd munro of the day. 2nd cairn on summit plateau. Most difficult bit was descent to near ruined cottages and finding our track back to camp. Heat intense and midges and clegs frequently in evidence. Views fabulous all day.dave neilson24/07/2017
Walked up via Carn nam Fiaclan from Glenuig Lodge.Buteobuteo26/05/2017
Cracking walk in second trip down the valley from Craig this week! Caroline's Birthday - her second attempt at this hill so pleased to achieve it. Superb still daynickywood109/06/2016
Anti-clockwise circuit of Maoile Lunndaidh after cycling in from Craig. On own.MorecambeMonkey26/05/2016
With Dave on club meetJamesSDonald03/10/2015
Solo from Craig. Circular walk taking in the three Munros. Descended North West then across the moor to the small woodland and walked back to the bike at the start of the day. 11hrs back to car.Play2End18/09/2015
SF Richard, Duncan + othersChris Blake16/11/2014
Solo. Single shot. No cam or GPS that I can find. Very windy day! :/ The cycle in is more of a push and even after pushing the track is hard going. V/ boggy start! Ascended up Fhar Thol Beag (by error, but was easier) then wander along the top before off N shoulder. Epic cycle out! 28.8km, 1260m 7hr45.bowzi30/10/2013
walk/run from Monar Lodge CraigW25/08/2013
Climbed from Strathconon - 16 mile round trip. Lots of snow and ice on plateau.chriswatson25/04/2013
Climbed with Richard on a clear day, blue skies. Excellent day - 10.5 hours for all 3 Also on 14/04/2018 (again all 3 munros) for Andrew Brooks final munro. Amazing dayamcculloch21/02/2013
3 of 8: From Creag Toll a Choin.ChrisR13/06/2012
This peak eluded me on a previous excursion and appears to be permanently encased whenever I am near it in thick cloud and rain. I cycled up from Craig 50 mins to a forest site just before the bothy place then slogged up in the rain. Not pleasant and navigating around to summit was interesting. I found it and promptly descended afater a quick pic. Company: Soloiandesbottes11/05/2012
maoile luudaidh, squrr a chaorachain, and squrr choinnich from craig cycled up to beyond wire bridge.robertphillips27/04/2012
Ascended from Drochaid Mhuilich; descended to Glenuaig Lodgedavidpettit8431/05/2011
216th - Solo - from Craig, snow above 700m, strong winds nearly forced an abort. Linked 3 Munros for an 11 hour winter walk.RGibbs08/02/2011
Solo.Dangerous Dave10/06/2010
With Jay, by bike from Glen CarronColinmac200526/05/2010
in cloudvegibagger28/10/2009
By Self Awesome weather for a long day. great views of Torridonsalanm25/07/2009
Round of Bidean a'Choire Sheasgaich, Lurg Mhor, Sgur Choinnich, Sgurr a'Chaorachain, Maoile Lunndaidh, Moruisg and Sgurr nan Ceannaichean from Craig. Day 27 of 59 for all Munros. 42km, +/-3800m, 16 hours.PGCE21/05/2009
Easy walk around the head of the coire from Carn nam Fiaclan. yorkie05/05/2009
Final Munro.Grinner02/05/2009
Walked in 9km from Craig and set up camp at Bealach. Following day completed Beinn Dearg, Cona Mheall, Meal nan Ceapraichean, Eididh nan Clach Geala, Am Faochagach + 1 Top, returning to camp, 26.3kn 2320m in 12.5hr. The following day completed Biden a Choire Shieasgaich, Lurg Mhor +1 Top returning to camp, 15.2km 1320m 10.5hr, then returned back to car.JamesSDonald26/07/2008
Munro 231 2007 compleationancient brit28/08/2007
Long walk back to the car from here!Colinmac200517/02/2007
With Jeanettedickscroop24/07/2006
Newly promoted top visited on way- we thought it was the subsidiary top when we did it. See Creag Toll a'Choin log for route.pwheeler25/05/2006
3 of 3: From Creag Toll a Choin.ChrisR26/01/2006
With Rod from Monar dam. Excellent walk, mainly on paths from an area of true wilderness.SS22/06/2004
CK, Eve, JohnG SheilaS09/04/2004
Walked in from the A890 to the patch of forest before Glenuaig Lodge. Then went cross country and ascended the NW grassy ridge direct to the summit. Continued west to Lochan Gainearnhach (wild scenery)to gain Sron na Frianich and hence the next tick.mindlessflogger24/12/2002
Solo expedition 8:50 - 17:10. Biked from Craig to coppice in glen (10:00). Traversed Maoile Lunndaidh in cloud, down into glen near Glenuaig Lodge, then did peaks on N side in clear weather. dbb15/10/2002
Solo Uisdean2519/04/2002
Solo walk. Last of four peaks on a 19-mile day based at Gerry's.mikejacobs22/07/2001
With MVW, cycled in from Craig to old lodge at Glenuaig, then up the spur / ridge of Craig Dubh Mhor to summit. Continued on to Eoin Deirg.nordicstar03/11/2000
solo, from Scardroy with backpack. Long snow climb up NE face, down to camp at head L Monarniallp07/05/2000
With: solo; Cycled up to ruin beyond Glenuig Lodge from Craig and left bike. Walked up N ridge of Carn nam Fiaclan before heading to Creag Toll a'Choin and Maoile Lunndaidh. Descent by N ridge of latter back to bike.Ian Baines30/05/1999
From Loch Monar dam.dal25/05/1998