Loch Ness is one of the most iconic landmarks of Scotland, and each year more than two million tourists flock there from afar, hoping to catch a glimpse of Nessie, the monster that supposedly inhabits the lake. Very few of the visitors to Loch Ness have heard of another attraction, located not far away. Although it has great historical and spiritual significance, it receives such scant publicity that even many local people don’t know of its existence. The attraction is not spectacular, consisting of only two bare spots separated from each other about eight inches and imprinted about two inches or so in the ground. Both bare imprints are surrounded by lush grass. The spots are the size and shape of footprints, and they have been there for 194 years.