The B967 is a fairly short B-road in south Kincardineshire. It still follows its original route and remains virtually unchanged from when it was first classified in 1922.
The road starts on the A90 (former A94) immediately south of Fordoun, where a gap in the central reservation provides access to and from the northbound carriageway of the trunk road. From here, the B967 heads east and soon crosses a narrow bridge over the Bervie Water before bearing right and climbing a dead-straight road out of the valley. It levels out after a couple of sharp bends at Parkneuk and bears right to contour through the scattered settlement of Arbuthnott. Presently the road dips through a side valley before climbing again and then descending into a second valley. The road then remains low, bearing right, then left to end at a T-junction on the A92 just to the north of Inverbervie.