|Distance:||18.5 miles (29.8 km)|
|Meets:||A938, A939, A940|
|Route outline (key)|
The B9007 is a cross-country B-road in northeast Scotland.
The road starts on the A938 at Duthil, in the valley of the River Dulnain east of Carrbridge. It narrows to single track immediately and heads north into the hills alongside the Duthil Burn. It continues across the moor, going through a narrow pass before reaching the summit.
The road now starts to descend, not particularly steeply, and meets the first public road of its route above Lochindorb. After a crossroads the road goes through a wood to reach Ferness and a sharply angled crossroads on the A939.
The road is now much lower down and so does not have the luxury of going straight across the moors. It skirts a wood before bending right then left to cross a small valley. After going through Relugas the road runs parallel to - but high above - the River Findhorn before a few sharp bends take the road over a narrow bridge across the River Divie. A few hundred yards further on the road reaches Logie, where it ends at a T-junction on the A940.