A Walk in the Footsteps of Lugh and Balor of the Evil Eye

Watching the Daisies


The beautiful village of Dunlewey Dun Luiche lies at the foot of Errigal Mountain, the highest peak in Donegal.

During last summer’s Feile an Earagail, I joined a guided walk from Dunlewey into The Poisoned Glen Gleann Nemhe, a U-shaped glen believed to have been formed in The Ice Age.

The pleasant weather attracted a large group, that included local families, tourists, walking enthusiasts and curious locals like myself.


After crossing an ancient bridge, we admired the beauty of the area.


It is the site of a mythical battle between Lugh – king of the Tuatha De Danaan, and his grandfather Balor of the Evil Eye.


The Legend of Lugh and Balor of the Evil Eye

A Druid prophecy foretold that Balor would be killed by his grandson. Balor’s only child Eithne, was thus imprisoned in a stone tower on Tor Mor, on the island of Tory

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By GrannyMoon Posted in Pagan

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