Nestled in the White Mountains, Dunharrow is an encampment of the Rohirrim and the refuge for the citizens of Edoras.
Dunharrow was a clifftop overlooking Harrowdale, the valley of the River Snowbourn. Guarded by statues of Púkel-men the path climbs upwards in a series of switch-backs from Underharrow to Dunharrow - the Stair of the Hold.
This path was lined with statues known as the Púkel-men — statues originally carved by the Men of the White Mountains, in the likeness of the Drúedain. After the stair was the "Firienfeld", a large grassy area for the encampment of soldiers and refuge-seekers.
The following deeds can be advanced by visiting this place:
-  The Burdens of Underharrow - vector from Éowyn in Edoras
-  The Fiddle and the Drum
-  Shelter in the Harrowdale
-  Bravery Beyond Her Years
 Spirits of Harrowdale
-  Assembling the Warriors
 Watchers of the Road
-  From Shelter to Shelter
 Haunting the Dead
-  Word from the Harrowdale - vector back to Éowyn in Edoras
- Tolkien, J. R. R. (1954), The Two Towers, The Lord of the Rings, Boston: Houghton Mifflin (published 1987), "The Muster of Rohan", ISBN 0-395-08254-4
- J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, "The Muster of Rohan"
|Settlements and Landmarks of Kingstead|
|Settlements:||Edoras • Entwade • Middlemead • Underharrow|
|Landmarks:||Dark Door • Dimholt • Dunharrow • Bosa's Farm • Folcbur's Homestead • Pendlac's Farm • Upbourn|
|Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of West Rohan|
|Settlements:||Aldburg • Beaconwatch • Brockbridge • Edoras • Entwade • Fenmarch • Gapholt • Grimslade • Helm's Deep • Middlemead • Oserley • Stoke • Tordag's Camp • Underharrow • Woodhurst • Derndingle|
|Areas:||Broadacres • Eastfold • Kingstead • Stonedeans • Westfold • Entwood|
|Landmarks:|| Kingstead: Dark Door • Dimholt • Dunharrow • Bosa's Farm • Folcbur's Homestead • Gurz-shâpol • Harrowdale • Meduseld • Pendlac's Farm • Upbourn|
Eastfold: Everholt • Folde Farm • Gris-shâtroful • Dorr-shâtroful