on Alaska-Canada boundary, 3.5 mi. SW of Mount St. Elias and 66 mi. NW of Yakutat, St. Elias Mts.
Named "Hadons Peak" in 1888 by W. H. Topham for Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Haydon. Haydon was Secretary of Alaska at the time of Tophams expedition to St. Elias Mountain.