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Name:Ben Klibreck - Meall nan Con
Hill number:1165
Height:962.1m / 3156ft
RHB Section:16D: Altnaharra to Dornoch
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NC 58531 29908
Summit feature:large rock 5m E of trig point
Col:143m  NC364331  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 16
(1:25k) 443
Observations:rock is 40cm higher than flush bracket
Survey:Leica RX1250
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MMC Durness WE. Solo leaving YH at 0500 took 90 mins to get to parking. Early morning frozen ascent with a snow plod to top. Glad I took my ice axe and microspikes tho could have managed with just poles. Occasional low cloud and hail. Mostly sunny and perfect viz. Excellent views from summit. 5 hoursalexmaclennan11/05/2019
From Vagastie NC535283. IMPORTANT NOTE: the bridge here is due to be removed. The bridge at 537289 will remain. Nb the building at 538288 has been completely removed. Met farmer who is restoring the plot to a more natural state. KeithByTheC23/04/2019
Beautiful sunny day, mist clearing from top so great views. Chilly but great day.Capt Malbec12/04/2019
Go past the Crask inn for 2 miles to a humpback bridge. The path starts here and goes up the nose to a 544m spot height. Follow path up and at 650m you see a path cut under the hill and will traverse the hill for 2km. From thus bealach it's about 1.4km and 250m of ascent with a steep pull. Return the same wayAristotle Chip21/02/2019
With FS, AS, IS et al., for FS last munro.eks01/09/2018
With FS, AS, ES et al., for FS last munro.iks01/09/2018
Ben Klibreck - Meall nan Con and Creag an Lochain [A'Chaoirnichain] from parking to west.rhalstead16/06/2018
With Penda. From car park South of bridge via path throughout and back the same way. Great views, quite warm and very windy on the top.beorwulf20/05/2018
With Rob. Climbed from Altnaharra Lodge Hotel, first of our Far North trip. No view from top, but good views on ascent and descent.banksey22/04/2018
From parking area on E side of road (NC547308), crossed Vagastie among a group of trees, then followed intermittent tracks past S end of Loch na Glas-choille and N end of Loch nan Uan, then up steep slopes to near the 688m bealach, followed ridge to summit, returned same waykdbennett08/07/2017
From Parking spaces at Vegastie Bridge, over Cnoc Sgriodain and follow easy path below North Ridge of Creag an Lochain and up the West side to summit. Broken Trig Point. with Darren T. Good weather with excellent views. Stayed at the B&B Altnaharra, www.altnaharra.netDave01/06/2017
neil hutton17/05/2017
With Maggie after Durness/Sandwood from south of Vagiste Bridge. Cloudy summit, rain on descent.Rodge28/07/2016
with Sam (from Durness YH)mn2328/07/2016
Windy with showers broken trig pillar with no flush bracket or spider. With KasiLizzieG20/06/2016
From north of Vagastie taking a fairly direct line to the ridge below Carn an Fheidh. From there picked up cracking stalkers path along west flank to A'Chioch then on up the steep final slope. Returned same way and stopped for a pint at Crask Inn.SS07/06/2016
With Steve, RodOik07/06/2016
Quick dry ascent with Scott B, thunder at summit, very wet on descent.barnz4829/05/2016
Nice sunny, cool day. EXCEPT 3 minutes before the top it rained heavy. I sheltered next to the broken trig point until the sun came out again a few minutes later. Horrible wet, slippery ascent up A'Chioch west grass slope and rock band. Descended much further south. Only found out later there was a bridge further south - Doh.Jhimmy28/08/2015
Walked with Stewart. Left one car at Vagastie (GR 534282), drove up to The Crask Inn and walked from there. Fantastic views today. Descended to GR 534282 but the bridge was fenced off so had to wade across the stream.tsharp08/06/2015
Solo - a lot of snowTopsaswell30/03/2015
GLSS hillwalk and Michael's last Munro. Andrew came too. Started from Vagastie Bridge. Conditions ok on the way up but massive thunderstorm on the way back down which even managed to set the hillside on fire, so we arrived back at the cars just in time to see the fire engine leaving.killiedaft26/07/2014
Camped nearby . Supper at Crask. Fine sunny dayyounggl30/06/2014
29 mile 16 summit circuit from Crask. Predictably the only folk met all day were here. And it is much the best hillRHW09/06/2014
Adding old logsAngelaf17/06/2013
Climbed from Vagastie Bridge via two tops.chriswatson11/06/2013
269th - Solo - walk in from Vagastie and back out to Altnaharra. Dry, sunny, good snow cover above 900m. Visibility excellent, a pleasing walk.RGibbs18/02/2013
easy climb top in cloud whilst there, cleared after, landlord of the crask inn said could understand why we hadn't walked it from there..much better route....probably rightgeoffreybbb27/07/2012
With Tony, Sophie and Nic Gordon, misty on top.zoob09/06/2012
munro bagging ben klibreck and seanna bhraigh.robertphillips01/06/2012
Estimated date. Done solo on a wet cloudy day in Spring of 2013. Snow on top. Very wet.Aimless Rambler30/05/2012
With Dad. Very windy on the summit.mikejacobs11/03/2012
did after ben hope real boggy slog up to the ridgecharlie101/01/2012
From Vagastie via Loch Bad an Loch (unpleasant bog) so down to beallach before Cnoc and then minor 'tongue' to c. 545 283 - much nicer!mattmcv29/06/2011
Solo, up via track just up from Crask Inn. Over Cnoc and then along the bypass path before steep slog to summit, 4hr. Back to Cnoc and then down to Vagastie and back along road, 9hr, 19km.bowzi25/03/2011
with Jamie and Ben-Jivegibagger06/08/2010
Solo as usual! Very misty day, didn't really stick to the path. Really windy but totally still on the peak.Loz_mck01/08/2010
sololittle al30/05/2010
started at bridge over Allt a Chraisg on A836. went round Cnoc Sgriodain and Carn an Fheidh onto top. On return dropped down shoulder at second bealach, lots of deer tracks through heather. Spells of sun, rain, hail and snowdianne27/05/2010
Day 3 of 5. Toughest as it was scorching and we climbed this hill in the afternoon after Hope in the morning. Nice looking hill but not too good to walk up.akmilne18/05/2010
From Strath Vagastiejonglew13/05/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave09/05/2010
From A836 : 538289. With Tim.ChrisR09/05/2010
With Lynseyalistairpooler31/08/2009
With Doreen, 14.5km, 1030m, in 6.0hrJamesSDonald21/08/2009
Climbed with Monika. Poor visibility but otherwise good conditions.amcculloch10/08/2009