|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Glen Dronach (NJ625437)|
|Distance:||8.2 miles (13.2 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B9024 is a cross-country B-road in northeast Scotland.
The road starts on the B9001 in Glen Dronach and heads east across the glen, passing the Glendronach distillery and crossing the burn at a narrow bridge. The road then climbs out of the glen and winds across the hills.
The road crosses the undulating fields, passing several scattered houses but no settlement of any size, although Easterfield does merit a school. After zigzagging over a small valley the road passes between two hills and begins to follow the River Deveron downstream - although the road remains some distance away and on the far side of a ridge.
As the road continues it follows a tributary valley for a short distance to get closer to the level of the Deveron, which remains at a lower altitude. Eventually the B9024 reaches the edge of Turriff. After passing an industrial area the road becomes lined with houses and ends soon afterwards at a T-junction on the A947 on the southern edge of town.