Tolmount sits on the NE corner of a large flat summit plateau taking in 4 Munros. The hill overlooks Glen Callater to the north and east. Most of the slopes are easy and gently rounded however the northern face that looks out to Glen Callater is extremely steep and craggy and most definetely Tolmount's finest feature. This face is well seen and appreciated best from the NE, from the Munros of the White Mounth.
Tolmount nearest neighbouring Munro is Tom Buidhe which lies directly south across a small bealach. Further west on the plateau sits Carn an Tuirc and Cairn of Claise, again both Munros.
There is parking available just north of the Glenshee Ski Centre on the A83. From here easy paths lead up the western face of Carn an Tuirc and on to the rest of the Munros on the plateau.