Near the S end of a ridge in Glacier Bay National Monument on N shore of Glacier Bay, 3.5 mi SSE of Mount Merriam, 62 mi. NW of Hoonah, St. Elias Mts.
Descriptive name given by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in 1956 "because the peak is composed of black limestone and the contrast with the color of the flanks of the mountain makes it visible for many miles."
Andrews Glacier, Baldwin Glacier, Burroughs Glacier, Charpentier Glacier, Cushing Glacier, Dying Glacier (historical), Loomis Glacier, Maynard Glacier, Morse Glacier, Patton Glacier, Plateau Glacier, Twin Glacier,
Black Cap Mountain, Mount Bulky, Mount Cadell, Mount Favorite, Fossil Peak, Gullied Peak, Hugh Miller Mountain, Mount Kloh Kutz, Marble Mountain, Mount Merriam, Pyramid Peak, Red Bed Peak, Sentinel Peak, Mount Wordie,