The B6267 is a cross-country B-road in north Yorkshire.
The road starts on the A61 on the far side of the river from Skipton on Swale and heads northwest to Ainderby Quernhow before continuing west towards the A1(M).
Originally the B6267 crossed the A1 at a staggered crossroads. This later became a GSJ and now that the main road has been upgraded to motorway status the junction has been removed. However, after going under the motorway there is a roundabout, where we cross the A6055 local access road.
The B6267 continues west across the flat, low-lying terrain of this part of Yorkshire. The first - and only - village reached en route is Nosterfield, after which the road starts to climb gently. It meets the B6268 before ending at a T-junction on the A6108 at Low Burton, to the east of Masham.
Originally the B6267 continued ahead through Masham and Middleham to end on the A684 in Leyburn. This section was quickly upgraded to Class I status, becoming the A6108, which it remains.