The B6141 is a short B-road across the moors in west Yorkshire.
The road starts on the A629 on the southern edge of the town of Denholme and heads west, climbing as it does so. Eventually the summit is reached and, in the best rollercoaster tradition, the road plunges steeply down the hill on the far side.
There is a crossroads in the settlement of Sawood, after which the road gains a 30 limit on the edge of Leeming. The road passes Leeming Reservoir before reaching the edge of Oxenhope, where the speed limit drops even more. This may be wise, however, as the road narrows and descends steeply once again before widening as it levels out (although we keep the 20 limit). We follow a stream closely through the village before reaching a 30 limit just in time to end at a mini-roundabout on the A6033.