|Length:||4.7 miles (7.6 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B9094 is a link road in south Aberdeenshire. The road was originally unclassified but had gained its number by 1932.
The road starts on the B9119 (former A974) to the south of Tarland and heads east. The road bends slightly to skirt a hill; the Tomnaverie Stone Circle is on top but barely visible from the road. We pass a lay-by providing parking for the stone circle then zigzag before following a straight road southeastwards across the heath. On the edge of a wood we reach the only significant road junction en route, with a minor road to Coull.
After a brief run southwards across flat land we bear left to avoid climbing the hill ahead. We now contour southeastwards before another wood takes us on a southerly course into Aboyne. We pass a few residential side streets then cross the former Deeside Railway, now a footpath, before ending at a crossroads on the A93. The unclassified road ahead, which provides a short-cut to the B978, was briefly an extension of the B9094 in the 1970s.