A steep hill on the Applecross Peninsula in the West Highlands, Croic-bheinn rises to 493m (1617 feet) ¾ mile (1.25 km) southeast of Loch Gaineamhach and 4 miles (6 km) west southwest of Shieldaig. It is characterised by its north-facing crags.

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