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63 ° 7' 60" N, 146 ° 0' 59" W
6119 ft (1865.07 m)
35 miles long. Extends SE from Maclaren River to Paxson Lake, crossed by Denali Highway, 6 mi. NW of Paxson, Alaska Range.
So named in 1955 by T. L. Pewe, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), because "the many well-developed cirques give the appearance of many amphitheaters".
Dickey Lake, Downwind Lake, Fish Lake, Landmark Gap Lake, Little Swede Lake, Long Tangle Lake, Lower Tangle Lake, Moose Lakes, No Good Lake, Round Tangle Lake, Rusty Lake, Seventeen Mile Lake, Swede Lake, Tangle Lakes, Upper Tangle Lake,
Rainy Mountain, Sugarloaf Mountain,
Clear Creek, Eureka Creek, Garret Creek, Garrett Creek, North Fork Rainy Creek, Rock Creek, Specimen Creek, West Fork Rainy Creek, Wildhorse Creek,
Broxson Gulch, High Valley,