Potter Fell is a fell near Burneside, Cumbria, England. A number of tarns are present on the fell, including Gurnal Dubs Tarn and Potter Tarn. Potter Fell has four major summits, two of which (Brunt Knott and Ulgraves) are mentioned in Alfred Wainwright's The Outlying Fells of Lakeland.
Potter Fell is made up of four separate peaks, two of which are unnamed. The first unnamed summit (395 m) is reached directly via the ascent from Bowston near Burneside. Further north from the first unnamed summit is Brunt Knott (427 m), marked by a stone triangulation station at its highest point. Between these first two summits is a small pool of water with a wall running through it, which Wainwright named "wall through a pool". East of these two summits is another unnamed one (390 m). Further east is the fourth summit, Ulgraves (332 m); like Brunt Knott, the highest point is marked by a trig point. The summit of Ulgraves looks over the Longsleddale valley.