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Tom Buidhe

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Tom Buidhe is a featureless dome-like upswelling on the vast Mounth plateau, looking nothing like a mountain from any direction. It is nearly always climbed with its neighbour Tolmount, and can be ascended from Glen Callater, Glen Doll or from the Cairnwell Pass.

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Region: Cairngorms

Altitude: 957 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Tolmount and Tom Buidhe via Loch Callater

Other routes and challenges

There are several alternative options for climbing Tom Buidhe and its neighbour. One is to start from Glen Doll at the head of Glen Clova, approaching via Jock's Road over Crow Craigies and Tolmount.

Another longer option is to include this pair of Munros with the Glas Maol group of 4, making a total of 6 Munros on an outing from the top of the Cairnwell Pass.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Braemar Hotels

Braemar B&B

Braemar cottages

Cairngorms hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Tom Buidhe

There are 4123 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Tom Buidhe. They have contributed 107 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  29/07/2014  19 M6
  20/09/2013  19 M9
  04/09/2012  12 M2
  15/08/2015  11 M10
  25/03/2015  11 M6
  02/06/2013  8 M9
  27/12/2011  7 M6
  13/08/2015  6 M6
  15/04/2014  6 M8
  10/08/2013  6 M6
  15/04/2017  5 M9
  03/05/2012  5 M2
  29/04/2011  5 M12
  05/08/2013  4 M5
  15/11/2011  4 M8C1
  07/05/2017  3 M2
  29/08/2015  3 M6
  16/07/2014  3 M6
  02/05/2013  3 M6
  10/08/2012  3 M2
  26/05/2012  3 M4
  10/10/2011  3 M2
  24/03/2011  3 M3
  23/06/2017  2 M7
  14/08/2016  2 M11
  04/10/2015  2 M6
  12/09/2014  2 M3
  06/07/2013  2 M6
  30/06/2013  2 M9
  19/05/2013  2 M2
  16/05/2013  2 M6
  14/07/2012  2 M9
  24/08/2011  2 M6
  20/08/2011  2 M4
  23/07/2011  2 M4
  31/05/2017  1 M7
  27/05/2017  1 M3
  18/09/2016  1 M4
  27/06/2016  1 M4
  30/08/2015  1 M4
  19/06/2015  1 M8
  30/11/2014  1 M6
  01/06/2014  1 M2
  14/09/2013  1 M2
  08/09/2013  1 M4
  02/03/2013  1 M3
  16/12/2012  1 M6
  04/09/2012  1 M8
  26/08/2012  1 M4
  03/07/2012  1 M6
  20/05/2012  1 M6
  06/05/2012  1 M11
  01/04/2012  1 M9
  28/01/2012  1 M4
  20/08/2011  1 M6
  17/08/2011  1 M4
  06/08/2011  1 M6
  11/10/2010  1 M2
  25/07/2010  1 M6
  08/10/2017  0 M4
  26/08/2017  0 M2
  24/05/2017  0 M5
  09/10/2016  0 M2
  24/08/2016  0 M3
  14/08/2016  0 M6
  30/04/2016  0 M3
  19/09/2015  0 M6
  29/08/2015  0 M2
  24/07/2015  0 M6
  23/06/2015  0 M3
  04/06/2015  0 M5
  23/05/2015  0 M4
  23/05/2015  0 M6
  28/07/2014  0 M6
  10/07/2014  0 M4
  26/06/2014  0 M11
  18/08/2013  0 M6
  18/07/2013  0 M9
  29/06/2013  0 M2
  12/06/2013  0 M4C1
  11/09/2012  0 M4
  21/07/2012  0 M2
  02/06/2012  0 M2
  30/03/2012  0 M6
  10/03/2012  0 M6
  12/01/2012  0 M4
  14/11/2011  0 M6
  06/11/2011  0 M6
  09/09/2011  0 M9
  25/07/2011  0 M6
  17/07/2011  0 M3
  03/07/2011  0 M11
  05/06/2011  0 M3
  17/05/2011  0 M5
  14/05/2011  0 M9
  16/04/2011  0 M4
  10/04/2011  0 M4
  02/04/2011  0 M6
  19/03/2011  0 M6
  05/03/2011  0 M6
  10/02/2011  0 M3
  05/02/2011  0 M3
  24/09/2010  0 M2
  19/06/2010  0 M9
  14/10/2009  0 M3
  14/06/2009  0 M6
  19/09/1992  0 M6

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