in Denali National Park, trends NE from Denali Pass on Denali to Harper Icefall, Alaska Range. 4 miles long.
Named in 1913 by Archdeacon Stuck (1921, p. 121-122) for Walter Harper, a son of Arthur Harper who was an early pioneer and who was "the first man to make written reference to this mountain (McKinley [now Denali]), since Vancouver * * * in 1794." Walter Harper, Archdeacon Hudson Stuck, Henry Karstens' and Robert Tatum made the "first official ascent" of Mount McKinley [now Denali] on June 7, 1913. See Denali.
East Fork Kahiltna Glacier, Great Icefall, Harper Glacier, Harper Icefall, Jeffery Glacier, Lower Icefall, Northeast Fork Kahiltna Glacier, Northwest Fork Ruth Glacier, Peters Basin, Peters Glacier, Southeast Fork Kahiltna Glacier, Tluna Icefall, Traleika Glacier, Traleika Icefall, West Fork Ruth Glacier, West Fork Traleika Glacier,
Archdeacons Tower, Browne Tower, Mount Capps, Mount Carpe, Carter Horn, Churchill Peaks, Mount Dan Beard, Farthing Horn, Gunsight Mountain, Mount Hunter, Mount Huntington, Jeffery Dome, Jeffery Point, Kahiltna Peaks, Mount Koven, Denali, North Peak, The Rooster Comb, South Peak, Mount Stevens, Mount Tatum,