|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||1.5 miles (2.4 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B8036 is a short road on the Isle of Skye, which acts as a shortcut for traffic travelling between the western part of Skye and the northern part of the A87. Whilst not classified in 1922, this road had gained its current number by a decade later, and was probably numbered in the mid 1920s.
The road commences at a junction on the A850 near to Peinmore, and then heads in a northerly direction through the township of Tote to end at a junction with the A87. The southern junction has been moved to the south with the realignment of the A850, but the old junction remains as a crossroads for property access. Whilst the road is briefly two-way at the southern end, it quickly drops to single-track with passing places, and remains so through Tote and on across the moorland to the northern junction with the A87.