|From:||Kettletoft (N) (HY660396)|
|Distance:||7.6 miles (12.2 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B9069 is the longest of the three classified roads on Sanday in Orkney's Northern Isles.
The road begins at a junction with the B9068 to the north of Kettletoft and heads east along the island's coast by the Little Sea. The road passes over a small stone bridge near Little Isegarth; otherwise the road is generally of a reasonable width, although not quite S2. It continues along to Lady Village, where there is a crossroads with the Otterswick road that heads down towards Burness. The island's war memorial is also located at this crossroads.
The road then passes through the village, and continues out past the island's 9-hole golf course up to the Newark farm. It then continues along the coast towards the tip of the North End of Sanday, ending at a road junction near Saltess. The physical road continues as an unclassified road forming a loop around the North Loch back to the B9069.