65 ° 44' 45" N,
163 ° 11' 22" W
1824 ft (555.96 m)
extend 200 feet above bench, 2 mi. SE of Black Butte and 8 mi. N of Imuruk Lake; Seward Peninsula High.History
so named August 11, 1816, by Lieutenant Otto von Kotzebue (1821, p. 223), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), because "its summit is in the form of two asses' ears" (Baker, 1906, p. 107). Moffit (1905, pl. 5 and p. 27-28), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
Asses Ears, Black Butte, Camille Cone, Crossfox Butte, Mount Foster, Kettle Dome, Rhododendron Cone, Skeleton Butte, Virginia Butte,Pillars:Ridges:Rivers:Streams:
American Creek, Arizona Creek, Collins Creek, Cunningham Creek, Eureka Creek, Fink Creek, Hannum Creek, June Creek, Magnet Creek, Milroy Creek, Nelson Creek, Old Glory Creek, Perry Creek, West Creek,Valleys:
Eureka Gulch, Logan Gulch, Snow Gulch,Cities: