The River Teith is a branch of the River Forth in Scotland. Originating in Callander it is joined by the River Leny and the Eas Ghobain it flows through Deanston and Doune before joining the Forth near Stirling.
The Deanston Distillery near Doune uses the Teith as a water supply for the manufacture of of its world famous Deanston Malt whisky.
The Teith is renowned for its fishing and for the splendid arched bridge ½ mile southwest of Doune.
Confluence of Ardoch with Teith, 3 km downstream from Doune
The 'Brig o' Teith' was constructed by Robert Spittal, a Royal tailor in 1535.
Many believe that the Forth is in fact a tributary of the Teith and that as the river flows past Edinburgh into the North Sea it should be referred to as the Firth of Teith.