In the Coast Mountains, heading approximately at the Canada-United States international boundary and trending SSW to Taku Glacier, 3 mi WNW of Hodgkins Peak and 25 mi NE of Juneau. 14 miles long.
Named in 1953 by personnel of the Juneau Icefield Research Project for Max Harrison Demorest (1910-1942), assistant professor of geology at the University of North Dakota and Sterling Fellow at Yale in 1939. He was killed in 1942 as a lieutenant in the USDF while on the Greenland Ice Sheet attempting to rescue personnel from a downed military aircraft.
Death Valley Branch Norris Glacier, Demorest Glacier, East Twin Glacier, Hades Highway, Hole-in-the-Wall Glacier, Matthes Glacier, Middle Branch Norris Glacier, North Branch Norris Glacier, Southwest Branch Taku Glacier, Taku Glacier, Unknown Glacier, Vaughan Lewis Glacier, West Twin Glacier,
Antler Peaks, Blizzard Peak, Camp 4 Peak, Centurian Peak, The Citadel, Couloir Peak, Dipyramid, Elephant Promontory, Exploration Peak, Floprock Peak, Frostbite Peak, Gale Peak, Gisel Peak, Guardian Mountain, Hodgkins Peak, The Horn Peaks, Juncture Peak, Mammary Peak, Michaels Sword, Mount Moore, Mount Ogilvie, Organ Pipes, Slanting Peak, Stronghold Peak, Twin Glacier Peak, Typhoon Peak, Vantage Peak,