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Loch Cluanie, Scottish Highlands

Technically a reservoir, Loch Cluanie formed in 1957 following the completion of the Cluanie Dam hydroelectricity project. The A87 road runs along its eastern bank and provides numerous views across the water, facilitated by parking spots for visitors. Unexpectedly, when the Loch is at low water, hundreds of rock formations reveal themselves on the lower banks. It is assumed that these fascinating granite structures were created by visitors who stacked small rocks on top of larger ones, resulting in some of the structures being almost 8 feet in height. However, the exact origin of the granite formations is unconfirmed.