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56 ° 56' 46" N, 132 ° 19' 46" W
6 mi (9.66 km)
3707 ft (1129.89 m)
Flowing SW to the head of Le Conte Bay, 20 mi. E of Petersburg, Coast Range.
Named in 1887 by Lieutenant Commander C. M. Thomas, U.S. Navy (USN), for Joseph Leconte, professor of geology at the University of Calif. See Leconte Bay.
Le Conte Bay,
Indian Point, Thunder Point, Timber Point,
LeConte Glacier, Popof Glacier, Shakes Glacier, Summit Glacier, Witches Cauldron,
Mount Basargin, Castle Mountain, Devils Thumb, Dupont Peak, Mount Pratt, Simpson Peak, Twin Peaks, Wilkes Peak,