Trends south from mouth of Taiya River to Chilkoot Inlet, 12 miles south of Skagway, Coast Mountains.
A Tlinglit Indian name reported in 1868 by Commander Meade, U.S. Navy (USN), as Tyya and Tya; published in 1870 by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS) on Chart 701. Aurel and Arthur Krause (1883 map) reported the name as Dejah Inlet, and in 1883 Lieutenant Schwatka, USA, called it Dayay Inlet.
Carrs Cove, Chilkat Inlet, Chilkoot Inlet, Kelgaya Bay, Letnikof Cove, Lutak Inlet, Mud Bay, Nahku Bay, Paradise Cove, Portage Cove, Pyramid Harbor, Shiyi Bay, Smugglers Cove, Taiya Inlet, Taiyasanka Harbor, Tanani Bay,
Anchorage Point, Battery Point, Chilkat Peninsula, Dyea Point, False Battery Point, Green Point, Halutu Peninsula, Kaskulu Point, Kelgaya Point, Low Point, Nukdik Point, Taiya Point, Tanani Point, Yakutania Point,
Burro Creek, Captain William Moore Creek, Dayehas Creek, Dewey Creek, Haska Creek, Johnson Creek, Johnson Creek, Kasidaya Creek, Mink Creek, Nelson Creek, Porcupine Creek, Reid Creek, Shakuseyi Creek, Snyder Creek, West Creek,
Mount Riley Trail, Battery Point Trail, Dewey Lakes and Devils Punch Bowl, Lower Dewey Lake Loop Trail, Mount Ripinsky and 7 Mile Saddle Trail, Nahku Portage, Reid Falls Trail, Skyline Trail, Sturgill's Landing Trail,