This river and pine forest are an example of the beauty of the Highlands. Where are we?
The River Quoich is a popular spot for hikers and paddlers in the eastern Highlands of Scotland. A tributary of the River Dee, it’s located in the Aberdeenshire area of northeastern Scotland. The river runs through a ravine and contains several waterfalls, the most famous of which is the Linn of Quoich, shown here. The unusual natural rock cavity on the left is called the Punch Bowl. According to local lore, the Earl of Mar and his hunting party placed a punch bowl atop the formation and drank from it after a successful hunt.
The correct answer is Scotland.