heads on Alaska=Canada boundary at 574000N1325000W, trends SW to Endicott Arm, 5 mi. WNW of Dawes Glacier and 95 mi. NE of Sitka, Coast Mts.
Local name reported in 1961 by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Crillon. At that time, Crillon Glacier was much more extensive and joined La Perouse Glacier near "the latter's" terminus. Since 1874 the Crillon Glacier has retreated, uncovering the valley now occupied by Crillon Lake. The glacier has dwindled to become "smaller" two glaciers; the one on the N, terminating in Crillon Inlet, is called North Crillon Glacier.