Name:Creag Toll a' Choin
Hill number:891
Height:1005.3m / 3298ft
Parent (Ma):891  Creag Toll a' Choin
SMC/RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland
Topographical area:HW07 Chaorachain-moruisg
Catchment:Beauly, Catchment Boundaries, Cromarty
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, High Hills of Britain, Murdo,
Deleted Munro Top
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,HHB,Mur,xMT)
Grid ref:NH 13085 45314
Summit feature:small rock 20m S of cairn
Drop:403m
Col:602m  NH106453  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 430
Observations:cairn is at NH 13083 45331
Survey:Leica Disto D510/Leica RX1250
Comments:Replaced 890 Maoile Lunndaidh as Marilyn in June 2014
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Sgùrr Chòinnich, Sgùrr a'Chaorachain and Maoile Lunndaidh from Achnashellach Forest Car Parkhummusg13/06/2024
With L. Left Craig at 6.45am. Walked in to Glenuaig Lodge then over fairly dried out ground to complete clockwise circuit of Fuar-tholl Mor, re-visiting Maoile Lunndaidh en route. Long break on Marilyn with amazing views, then return over Carn nam Fiaclan back to lodge and the long walk out.Janet M19/05/2024
Lovely day doing the horseshoe via Car nnam fiachlan and then on to Maoile Lunndaidh. Cycled in 6 miles on e- bike from Craig to NH 104473 and found an easy place to cross river immediately south. . Soft snow, sunshine, clear views on top. With Tony Gordon. Generally boggy pathless terrain except on ridge.Denise 19/04/2024
Cycled up to Pollan Buidh from gerry's Hostel. Sgurr Choinnich, SGurr Chaorranaich and Maoll Lunndaidh. All in the rain.jigglybones25/08/2023
Sgurr Choinnich, Sgurr a' Chaorachain, Bidean an Eoin Deirg, Carn nam Fiaclan, Creag Toll a' Choin, Maoile Lunndaidh from CraigGeoff Briggs07/08/2023
From Glenuaig Lodge.Peterb23/05/2023
Maoile Lunndaidh (actual summit currently Creag Toll a' Choin) from Achnashellach on foot. The early winter snow had all but melted and temps were well above freezing so it wasn't the winter walk I expected. Set off from Achnashellach at 7am in the dark, head torch easily lighting the track ahead. Was light enough to turn the head torch off by 8:30am, and reached the jump off point before Glenuig Lodge by 9am. What followed was a fairly horrible boggy trudge across to the two waterfalls (Am Crom-allt / Allt an Fhuar-thuill Bhig) at around 385m and then a steep 420m ascent up the wet heather to just over the 800m mark where it became less steep. After that it was just a grassy/mossy walk up to Carn Nam Fiaclan. Views were ok - conditions clear, but all of the summits up here are big flat plateau-like areas so it kind of ruins any views. Walked on up to the actual summit Creag Toll a' Choin, where the tiny cairn was buried under a small patch of residual snow, and then headed on umproudfoot31/12/2021
Solo, running fr Craig, glorious sunny day w great views as low clouds cleared. Easy running across this plateau, top of the world!NorfolkPT2122/07/2021
Carn nam Fiaclan, Creag Toll a' Choin and Maoile Lunndaidh from Craigrhalstead26/06/2021
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, via Fuar-tholl Mor and a loose mossy scramble. Mixed weatherCapt Malbec23/08/2018
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
With Vicky. Walk 8:30-13:52. 9.5km cycle 14:07-15:05. Fidget22/10/2017
Climbed from Glenuig Lodge via Carn nam Fiaclan. Continued over the Munro to return to Glenuig Lodge.Buteobuteo26/05/2017
On Maoile Lunndaidh on way to summitnickywood109/06/2016
Anti-clockwise circuit of Maoile Lunndaidh after cycling in from Craig. On own.MorecambeMonkey26/05/2016
A bit more prominent than it appears on the map.Play2End18/09/2015
RBS HWC May weekend at Torridon; I rose early and left the YH at 0700, I stopped several times along the Kinlochewe road to take photos; I parked at Craig, assembled my bike and left the car park at 0815; I pushed the bike up the hill in towards Maoile Lunndaidh feeling rough (too much breakfast); I left the shed / bothy at about 10.00, cross the river and headed across very rough ground before a steep ascent towards teh minor top; the tranverse to the Maoile Lunndaidh summit was simple as the visibility was ok, although cloud cover closed in on the main summit; I descended to the col and then headed back across rough ground (not as bad on descent) to the bike; I had to get off and push on occasions on the way out but the final downhill section was well worth the effort. Back at the car by 1610 (a commendable 8 hours).langskill23/05/2015
ghaley11/09/2014
Hyperopic21/06/2014
walk/run from Monar Lodge CraigW25/08/2013
2 & 4 of 8: Out from Carn nam Fiaclan. Return from Maoille Lunndaidh.ChrisR13/06/2012
Comany: Soloiandesbottes11/05/2012
before maoile lunndaidh.robertphillips27/04/2012
tickchazzyboy1928/09/2011
Solo. If this is now a Marilyn then it should be restored as a Munro! This hill was an Original Munro and was on all revised lists up to 1974!Dangerous Dave10/06/2010
From Craig, with Ben-Ji in cloud. Forced up western side of western valley by swollen stream to col at SW end up on to Maoile Lunndaidh plateau, over all tops and back. Interesting to have the summit returned to Creag Toll a'Choin after my visit... Steeply up north side of Bidean an Eoin Dearg W to Sgurr a'Chaorachain and on to Sgurr Choinnich. Back north in the dark for three hours back to Craig.vegibagger28/10/2009
On way up to my final Munro, with most of NUFWAS.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
Bearnais bothy, Sgurr Choinnich, Sgurr a Chaorachain, Biden an Eoin Dearg and over this to old summit. Saw Dottrell. Back to Bearnais bothy over all the tops to avoid horseflies in the valley. This hill is still Maoile Lunndaidh as Craig toll a choin is the cliff, not the top.Flatfield25/07/2006
With Jeanette as part of a two day trip.dickscroop24/07/2006
climbed with Maoile Lunndaidh in a circumnavigation of Loch Monarraffemeister15/07/2006
Cycled from Craig to Glenuaig Lodge plantation. After a brief miserable squelch across a moor we then had good walking in a magnficent mountain setting, essentially round the Fuar-tholls as we went up the fine W ridge of Carn nam Fiaclan. Sleet showers that abated while we were on the summit plateau. A really good day. With Pete, my brother.pwheeler25/05/2006
2 of 3: From Carn nam Fiaclan.ChrisR26/01/2006
With Rod from Monar dam. Excellent walk, mainly on paths from an area of true wilderness.SS22/06/2004
Crossed summitN.Morters11/04/2004
CK, Eve, JohnG SheilaS09/04/2004
Walked in to Glenuaig Lodge and ascended north west ridge of Maolile Lunndaidh. Fortunately, followed ridge SW to true summit and continued west to descend for the ascent of Sgurr a Chorachain. Wet and misty on the summits.mindlessflogger24/12/2002
See Maoile Lunndaidhdbb15/10/2002
Solo HFB19/04/2002
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 Deirgnordicstar03/11/2000
RS. MTB from Craig to Glenuaig Lodge then N ridge of Maoile Lunndaidh, Sgurr a'Chaorachain, Sgurr a'Coinnich & Sgurr a'Chaorachain. Descent by Sron na Frianich. Overcast & cool with hill fog, showers & brief brighter intervals.Vin23/10/2000
After walking over Sgurr Choinnich, Sgurr a'Chaorachain & Bidean an Eoin Dearg with Smithy on a hot sunny day from Craig, Smithy returned the same way, while I got greedy & headed down the long spur & worked my round Loch Mhuilich. Maoile Lunndaidh now looked a long way up but there wasn't an alternative, so slogged up the fine S ridge to the dome summit. Sun had gone in & the view was hazy but quite a good way of doing the hill. Descended N then more steeply NW to pick up the path leading back to Craig.NotReallyABagger03/09/2000
from CraigGalltywenallt30/05/2000
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
SOLOdonmeister14/04/1998
with Tim747Shutterlag28/03/1998
On the way to Maoile Lunndaidh from Beidean an Eoin Deirg.amswanston01/07/1997
Hot, hazy and good views.iangalbraith05/06/1997
On way to Maoile Lunndhaidh.Aye Jimmy01/08/1996