Callander

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Many thanks to Callander Youth Project Trust for facilitating this camera's location and to The Forth District Salmon Fishery Board & Stirling Council Fishing. The River Teith is formed by the joining of the River Leny with the Eas Gobhainn at Callander and flows in a generally south-easterly direction until it meets the Forth at Stirling. A number of major tributaries enter from the left bank. The most productive are the Keltie Water and the Ardoch Burn. The name comes from the Scottish Gaelic Uisge Theavich, which translates into English as the pleasant river. Callander serves as the eastern gateway to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the first National Park in Scotland. Due to its location it is often referred to as the 'Gateway to the Highlands'