The B7060 is a link road along the valley of the River Tweed in Selkirkshire. It was originally unclassified but had gained its number by 1932.
The road starts on the A707 at Yair Bridge and heads east along the north bank of the Tweed before starting to climb away from the river. The road curves around Rink Hill, running through trees. It has some bends which are slightly sharper than expected, before it drops back down to the bank of the Tweed at Tweed Bridge. It does not cross the river but follows the former line of the A7 along the valley to the north end of the new A7 bridge over the Tweed about a mile southwest of Boleside.