in Denali National Park, trends N to Muldrow Glacier, 10 mi. NE of Denali, Alaska Range
Named about 1945 by Bradford Washburn; derived from the Susitna (Tanaina) Indian name, Denali, is reported to mean "great one" or "the high one."
Brooks Glacier, Great Icefall, Harper Glacier, Harper Icefall, Lower Icefall, North Fork Ruth Glacier, Northwest Fork Ruth Glacier, Traleika Glacier, Traleika Icefall, West Fork Ruth Glacier, West Fork Traleika Glacier,
Mount Barrille, Mount Brooks, Browne Tower, Mount Carpe, Central Pyramid Peak, Mount Dan Beard, Mount Dickey, East Pyramid Peak, Explorers Peak, Gunsight Mountain, Mount Huntington, Mount Koven, McGonagall Mountain, McGonagall Pass, Mooses Tooth, Oastler Mountain, Pease Peak, The Rooster Comb, Mount Silverthrone, Mount Tatum, Mount Tripyramid, West Pyramid Peak,