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The River Teith flows from Callander to the River Forth near Stirling.
Originating from the small town of Callander, the River Teith joins the River Leny and flows through Deanston and Doune before joining the River Forth near Stirling.
Renowned for fishing, the River Teith’s water is also used for the manufacturing of Deanston Distillery’s famous malt whisky.
An arched bridge can be found crossing the river, half a mile south west of Doune.
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