Loch Quoich is a dramatic reservoir, located west of Loch Garry, near Fort William, Lochaber, Scotland. Is is part of Glen Garry hydroelectricity project powered by the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board in the 1950s. The water from Loch Quoich is carried through a tunnel to Quoich power station on the banks of the River Garry. From the roadside above the loch four Munros can be accessed. One of them is Sgurr Mor - a big, steepy mountain, rising between Loch Quoich and the lonely Glen Kingie. The loch offers excellent brown trout fishing opportunities, as well as ferox and plenty of arctic char.