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Loch Quoich Scotland

Loch Quoich Scotland

Loch Quoich, a Scottish loch and reservoir situated west of Loch Garry, north west of Fort William, Lochaber. The name means " loch of the cup " from " loch of the quaich. Part of the Garry-Morriston hydroelectric scheme in Invernessshire. Built in the 1950s, the Ouoich Dam flooded many of the old settlements in the area, including Glen Quoich Lodge. A single-track road goes along the loch shore to Kinloch Hourn on the west coast.

 

Loch Quoich Scotland

Loch Quoich, Scotland.

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