trend W 2.5 mi. from junction of Sphinx Creek and Tunulik River, 4 mi. NW of Goodnews; Kilbuck-Kuskokwim Mts.
Eskimo name reported to mean "big saw tooth mountains," which refers to the rugged character of the mountains. obtained about 1951 by J. M. Hoare, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), from C. B. Michael, missinary at Quinhagak.
Beluga Hill, Chawekat Mountain, Cone Mountain, Cot Mountain, Crater Hill, Explorer Mountain, Flat Mountain, Ikuktlitlig Mountain, Kigtsugtag Mountain, Kigtsugtag Mountain, Kiugtlugtulit Mountain, Knight Mountain, Lump Mountain, Nagotligageivik Mountain, Pyramid Mountain, Red Mountain, Susie Mountain, Peak T, Tooth Mountain,
Boulder Creek, Camp Creek, Clara Creek, Dowry Creek, Last Chance Creek, Last Chance Creek, McCann Creek, Nautilus Creek, Poker Creek, Puyulik Creek, Seattle Creek, Sphinx Creek, Susie Creek, Tundra Creek, Ukfigag Creek, Velvet Creek,