|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||3.3 miles (5.3 km)|
|Meets:||A560, A626, B5169, A57|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6167 is a short urban B-road to the north of Stockport.
The road starts at traffic lights on the A560 on the northern edge of Stockport town centre and heads north, immediately going over the M60 before climbing Lancashire Hill. A roundabout is soon met, where the road crosses the A626. In fact, this is the original southern end of the B6167 as Lancashire Hill was the route of the A626 before that road was moved onto its current bypass.
The B6167 continues north along the residential Reddish Road into Reddish itself. It crosses a railway line by the rarely used Reddish South station before meeting the B5169 at traffic lights in the centre of town. It then continues north along Gorton Road, crossing the Hope Valley Line by Reddish North station before reaching the point where the Metropolitan Boroughs of Stockport, Manchester and Tameside all meet at a point. The B6167 ends shortly afterwards at traffic lights on the A57.