Glencullin is an isolated sheltered lake above Doolough. It is a wonderful place to fish, particularly for sea trout and brown trout with the occasional salmon.
There is also a Crannog here, which is a small Island that is in fact an ancient man made defensive dwelling that is now a protected archaeological site.
Glencullin is a very special place to have a picnic with a friend while fishing and enjoying this peaceful and scenic location.
Hidden from view and high in the hills is Lough Cunnel. This wild mountain lake is spring fed and indeed the source of the Delphi waters.
There is a large population of small, wild mountain brown trout, which can be great sport. A challenging climb and remote destination, Lough Cunnel is a lake for the energetic angler who enjoys the wildest of places.