|From:||Rowlands Gill (NZ168586)|
|Distance:||1.3 miles (2.1 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6314 is a short link road in north Durham.
The road starts on the A694 on the eastern edge of Rowlands Gill and descends to the south before bearing to the left and crossing a narrow bridge over the River Derwent. On the far side it climbs out of the valley, up the interestingly named Busty Bank. To begin with this is in a wood but open fields are reached eventually.
Presently Busty Bank turns off to the left; the B6314 continues ahead along New Road, apparently halfway up the valley side with a steep drop behind the fence on the left. The road then enters Burnopfield - although this road still seems quite rural for virtually the remainder of the route. At a fountain in the wood a road turns off to the right to reach the B6310; the B6314 ends on that road slightly further east.