|Distance:||3.9 miles (6.3 km)|
|Meets:||A6144, A56, B5161|
|Route outline (key)|
The B5160 is a short B-road in northern Cheshire.
It starts at a triangular junction on the A6144 (former B5158) at Mossbrow, near Lymm, and heads east along Dunham Road. On the northern edge of Dunham Woodhouses the road bends sharply to the right, with warning of a low bridge ahead. After bending left again in the village centre the road descends to go under the low bridge, under the Bridgewater Canal. Despite the fact that the B5160 under the canal is only S1 there are no lights to control traffic flow.
The road then skirts Dunham Park, which is owned by the National Trust. After passing the public entrance it goes through tiny Dunham Town. With the Park behind it, the B5160 crosses the A56 at traffic lights and enters the Altrincham urban area. It ends a short distance further on at a TOTSO of the B5161.