Ton Up – aka Ben Klibreck
Today has proved to be a fairly big day, but not for modelling reasons.
Today I climbed Ben Klibreck, which is the second most northerly Munro in Scotland. Not in itself a hugely remarkable mountain, not particularly high or with any major technical challenges. Mind you it does (as you will see below) have stupendous views of the wildness of Sutherland from its top or approach ridge.
Ben Klibreck from the south west
Looking north west from the assent of the approach ridge to the mountain
and a panorama around the north.
And the reason why it is such a significant mountain; it marked the completion of my 100th Munro. All I have to do is crack the next 182 out now……………..
Although, maybe some modelling too……………but first a bath and bed!
Posted on November 1, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged 100, Ben Klibreck, Munro. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
It has been a superb day (I’m in Inverness). Congratulations.