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Scottish Rivers - information and pictures on some of the most beautiful rivers in Scotland.

River : River Nith  

7th Longest River in Scotland

River Length km Length miles Description
River Nith   112  71 The River Nith (Scottish Gaelic: Abhainn Nid) is the seventh longest river in Scotland. It rises in East Ayrshire in the Carsphairn hills, and for the majority of its course flows through Dumfries and Galloway, before spilling into the Solway Firth at Dumfries. The territory through which the river flows is called Nithsdale (historically known as "Stranit" from Scottish Gaelic: Strath Nid, "valley of the Nith").

River Nith near Enterkinfoot

River Nith near Enterkinfoot

Pictures of the River Nith



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