|Distance:||21.5 miles (34.6 km)|
|Met:||A941, A95, B9009, B9014, A97|
|Now part of:||A941, B9002|
|Route outline (key)|
The original B9013 was a winding route in east Scotland.
It started on the A95 at Craigellachie in Strathspey and headed southeast via Glen Fiddich and Dufftown, where there was a short multiplex along the B9009. It then crossed low hills to the upper reaches of the River Deveron. After crossing more hills it ended on the A97 at the head of Strathbogie to the south of Rhynie.