heads in Sargent Icefield, on Kenai Peninsula, trends NE to Nassau Fiord, 11 mi. W of Chenega, Chugach Mts. 12 miles long.
Name reported in 1905 by U. S. Grant (in Brooks and others, 1906, fig. 4), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Name derived from village of Chenega on nearby Chenega Island.
Applegate Glacier, Bainbridge Glacier, Chenega Glacier, Kings Glacier, Langdon Glacier, Nellie Juan Glacier, Princeton Glacier, Puget Glacier, Sargent Ice Field, Sargent Icefield, Tiger Glacier, Tigertail Glacier, Ultramarine Glacier,