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61 ° 44' 58" N, 143 ° 14' 23" W
13445 ft (4098.04 m)
6 mi ENE of Mount Blackburn and 24 mi NNW of McCarthy, Wrangell Mts.
So Named in 1965 by the Mountaineering Club of Alaska, because the "peaks are at the edge of the Copper River drainage and the old Indian name for that river was Atna."
Pictures of, from, or near Atna Peaks.
Kennicott Glacier, Lakina Glacier, Nabesna Glacier,
Hidden Creek Lake,
Atna Peaks, Mount Blackburn, Castle Peak, Packsaddle Island, Parka Peak, Rime Peak,
Hidden Creek, Mill Creek,