Took the path just before the bridge for 4km where a small cairn marks the start of the path upto the bealach. We left this path to climb the Creag na h-inghinn ridge and onto Tom a' Choinich. From here it was an easy walk to Toll Creagach and after the summit was reached we headed south to pick up the path back to the start. We were going to walk back over the Graham Beinn a' Mheadhoin but by that point we were soaked so left it for another day.
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