A shot from my trip to the far north of Scotland in 2011. For almost 40 miles the A386 from Lairg to Tongue is single track road and goes through some very remote parts of Sutherland.Ben Klibreck is about half way.
Sony Alpha 350 DSLR 18-70 lens,single RAW tonemapped in Photomatix
Highlands & Islands Photographers Feb 2013
Ben Klibreck (Scottish Gaelic: Beinn Clìbric) is a Scottish mountain located in central Sutherland. It is an isolated hill, rising above a large area of moorland. The highest point, Meall nan Con, rises to 962 m (3165 ft) and is therefore the second most northerly Munro after Ben Hope. The western side of the hill is a fairly uniform steep, heathery slope, while the eastern side has a series of large, grassy corries and has been described as having more character.
Numerous ascents of Ben Klibreck are possible. It can be climbed from Crask to the south or Altnaharra to the north, but the easiest and most popular route is from the A836 to the west, by way of Loch nan Uan and up steep slopes to the summit ridge, which is then followed to the summit._Source WikipediaKlibreck
The view in the other direction