heads at Peters Basin, trends NE and N to its terminus at the head of Muddy River, Alaska Range
Named by A. H. Brooks in 1902 for William John Peters, 1864-1942, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). topographer and explorer, who was in charge of USGS explorations in Alaska from 1898 to 1901. It was also called "Hanna Glacier" for Marcus Alonzo Hanna, U.S. senator of Ohio, "friend and political warwick of President McKinley, for whom Mount McKinley was named."
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 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 Huntington, Jeffery Dome, Jeffery Point, Kahiltna Peaks, Mount Koven, Denali, North Peak, Peters Dome, The Rooster Comb, South Peak, Mount Tatum, Turtle Hill,