Drybridge Lookout Point

Written by Chris Thornton | 11th of March 2024
Drybridge Lookout

Located above the small village of Drybridge is a wee hidden gem of a spot - Drybridge lookout point. This is a small car park with a lookout point looking north west towards Lossiemouth and the Moray coast. It’s a great place to stop for a picnic while travelling along the A98 or on the NE250.

From here you can also see the coastal villages of Buckie, Portgordon, Spey Bay, Kingston and Garmouth. In the far distance across the bay is Lossiemouth, you can see the white Covesea Lighthouse at the far side.

While you’re here you can also check out Drybridge itself after, it’s a charming little place. Check out Smiddy Antiques and Craigmin bridge a short walk from Drybridge. After that you could head down to see the seals at Portgordon beach.

All information was correct at the time of writing, please check things like entry costs and opening times before you arrive.

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27th of August 2022 @ 10:25:23

Hi Deb, there are a few different places in Scotland called "Drybridge", if it's the one featured here, near Buckie in Moray then yes it's very easy to get to. Feel free to email me if you need any help.

Deb O'Neill
27th of August 2022 @ 05:59:30

Hello from Australia. My Grandmother, who was a Rolley, unsure of correct spelling, was from Drybridge in Scotland. I would dearly love to visit next year and was wondering if it is an easy destination to drive too. Warm Regards Deb O'Neill.

12th of June 2022 @ 13:54:32

Hi just want to visit some interesting places on Moray coast.thanks