Loch Cluanie and Beinn Loinne seen from Meall a' Charra
|Location||Northwest Highlands, Scotland|
|Basin countries||United Kingdom|
Loch Cluanie (Scottish Gaelic: Loch Cluanaidh) is a loch in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland at the south-east end of Glen Shiel. It is a reservoir, contained behind the Cluanie Dam, constructed by Mitchell Construction and completed in 1957 as part of the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board's Glenmoriston project to generate hydroelectricity. Water feeds the dam from the west via two flows, from a tunnel from the dammed Loch Loyne and via the River Moriston.
The A87 road runs along the north edge of the loch.
The hamlet of Cluanie is on the west side of the loch. It has a car park, the Cluanie Inn and two houses which are used as "holiday homes" by their owners.
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- "Loyne Loch". The Gazetteer for Scotland. Retrieved August 6, 2017.
- Cameron McNeish, The Munros, Lomond Books, Edinburgh, ISBN 0-947782-50-8, chapter entitled The Glen Sheil Hills
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