In the Coast Mountains, heads at 583600N, 1343800W, trending NNW, then SW, to unnamed lake at the head of Eagle River, 22 mi NW of Juneau. 9 miles long.
Named by Commander Richard W. Meade, U.S. Navy (USN), in 1869, because of the feature's resemblance to an eagle with outstretched wings. It forms the head of the Eagle River.
Mount Adolph Knopf, Bullard Mountain, Camp 15 Peak, Dike Mountain, Mount Ernest Gruening, Folded Towers, Glacier Grub Tower, Glacier King, Horn Spire, McGinnis Mountain, Mustang Peak, The Snow Towers, Snowpatch Crag, Snowpatch Craig, Stroller White Mountain, Thane Mountain, Treasury Hill, Triangle Peak, Tricouni Peak, The Tusk, Mount Wrather,
Bacon Creek, Boulder Creek, Canyon Creek, Goat Creek, Goose Creek, McGinnis Creek, Nugget Creek, Peterson Creek, Shrine Creek, Slate Creek, South Fork Cowee Creek, Tenk Creek, Tusta Creek, Windfall Creek,