Ben Klibreck

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Ben Klibreck is a huge, isolated massif rising high at the heart of the vast, empty moorlands that comprise the central part of Sutherland. This route avoids the worst of the bogs by making an enjoyable approach along the ridge, through there are still a couple of wet sections. The fabulous summit views are of a remarkably empty land.

Terrain

Rough hill path, boggy and indistinct on some sections, with a steeper final ascent.

Public Transport

None.

Start

Layby at NC532271. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

Deer Stalking information

Land south of Cnoc Sgriodain-Carn an Fheidh ridge managed by Forestry Commission Scotland. No stalking issues.

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