|Distance:||3.4 miles (5.5 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B9061 crosses the south of the Orkney island of Stronsay.
At its western end, the road starts at Millgrip, where two farm tracks combine to form the classified road. We head north to reach the coast at the Bay of Bomasty, where we turn easterly to cross the peninsula. The road then bends sharply left at a crossroads by a telephone box to head northwards once again.
The road then skirts the edge of the Bay of Holland, gradually getting closer to the north coast; at one point it is only a stone's throw from both sides. The peninsula joins the main part of the island at this point and the road passes a track leading to the cemetery before bending sharply left. After going over the brow of the hill it ends at a T-junction on the B9060.