Darnbrook Fell is located in the beautiful valley of Littondale, the county of North Yorkshire, England. Its height reaches 624 metres (2047 feet).Based on a peakery data, it scores as the 309th highest summit in England and the 2742nd highest mountain in the UK. It is rarely walked, in spite of the easy walking distance from its much busier neighbour Fountains Fell, across which the track of the Pennine Way heads. It offers excellent views, with Pen-y-ghent nearby as well as amazing views across Littondale on the descent. The path is is relatively straight-forward as walls and fences lead across the wide moorland ridge between Fountains Fell and Darnbrook Fell.