Toll Creagach

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Toll Creagach
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Toll Creagach behind Loch Carrie
Summit: 3,458 feet NH194282
57°18’31"N, 4°59’60"W

Toll Creagach is a mountain in Inverness-shire, which reaches a height of 3,458 feet at its summit, and so it qualifies as a Munro.

Toll Creagach is the most eastern Munro in Glen Affric. It is a rounded summit that lacks a lot of the features present in its more famous neighbours within the region. The summit is the intersection of five ridges spurting off in all directions. Two northern ridges lead down to the shores of Loch Mullardoch. A southern ridge leads down to Glen Affric. The south-western ridge leads to Bealach Toll Easa before leading to neighbouring Munro, Tom a' Choinich, and the two are normally climbed together.

Toll Creagach is not the most exciting Munro that Glen Affric has to offer but it is one of the more accessible due to easy access from Coile Ruigh na Cuileige on the minor road running through Glen Affric.

Munros in SMC Area SMC Section 11 - Glen Affric and Kintail

A' ChràlaigA' Ghlas-bheinnAn SocachAonach MeadhoinBeinn FhionnlaidhBen AttowCarn EigeCarn GhluasaidCiste DhubhMam SodhailMullach Fraoch-choireMullach na DheiragainSail ChaorainnSaileagSgùrr a' Bhealaich DheirgSgùrr FhuaranSgùrr na CàrnachSgùrr na Ciste DuibheSgùrr nan CeathramhnanSgùrr nan ConbhaireanToll CreagachTom a' Choinich