The B35 is a cross-country B-road in south Tyrone.
The road originally started on the A4 in the centre of Dungannon. However, when that road was rerouted onto its current bypass in the 2000s the B35 was truncated so that it still starts on the A4, with the original northern section of the B35 now part of the A45.
Leaving the Dungannon bypass behind, the B35 heads southwest across the fields. The road is winding and undulating but passes through few places of any size.
Presently the B35 reaches Aughnacloy. The B128 comes in from the left and for its final section the B35 is the dominant number in a useless multiplex. The road runs through town along Dungannon Road before ending at a T-junction on the A28. The A5 is only a short distance to the right.