The Saint Elias Mountains run in a NW/SE direction partly along the Alaska-Canada border.
In 1870 William Healy Dall wrote "The Coast or St. Elias Range contains the highest peaks and most of the volcanoes. It extends along the whole Northwest coast from California to the peninsula of Aliaska." On an 1880 Census map, Ivan Petroff applied the name "St. Elias Alps" to the mountains between the Copper River and Mount Fairweather.
Name Variations: Saint Elias Alps, Saint Elias Range.
Cliffs: No Use Ledge,
Hills: Curtis Hills, Gateway Knob, Klotz Hills, The Knob, Knob I, Sunshine Point,
Mountains: Andrus Peak, Arm Mountain, Bay Peak, Black Cap Mountain, Black Tit, Blackthorn Peak, Blossom Island, Contact Nunatak, Crescent Mountain, De Langle Mountain, Floral Hills, Fossil Peak, Gilbert Point, Grassy Mountain, Gullied Peak, Haydon Peak, Heather Nunatak, Hugh Miller Mountain, The Hump, July Fourth Mountain, Knob G, Knob H, Lituya Mountain, Marble Mountain, Middle Dome, Miller Peak, North Dome, Nunatak Knob, Ptarmigan Dome, Red Bed Peak, Serrated Peak, Sitth-gha-ee Peak, Slate Peak, Snow Dome, South Billy Goat Mountain, South Dome, South Mountain, Threesome Mountain, Towhead Mountain, Tree Mountain, Watson Peak, White Cap Mountain,
Passes: Dome Pass, Endicott Gap, Hancock Pass, Pinnacle Pass,
Ranges: Brabazon Range, Centennial Range, Deception Hills, Fairweather Range, Hitchcock Hills, Robinson Mountains, Takhinsha Mountains, University Range,
Ridges: Donald Ridge, Grassy Ridge, Idaho Ridge, MacColl Ridge, McConnell Ridge, Minnesota Ridge, Oberlin Ridge, Pinnacle Pass Hills, Solomon Railroad, Van Horn Ridge, Waxell Ridge, White Thunder Ridge,
Smaller Islands: Taylor Island,
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