on Taku Range at edge of Taku Glacier, 2 mi. N of Little Matterhorn and 24 mi. N of Juneau, Coast Mts.
Descriptive name proposed in 1949 by members of the Juneau Icefield Research Project and published in 1960 by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
Battle Glacier, Death Valley Branch Norris Glacier, Echo Glacier, Gilkey Glacier, Juneau Icefield, Leaking Glacier, Matthes Glacier, Mendenhall Glacier, Middle Branch Norris Glacier, Norris Glacier, North Branch Norris Glacier, Southwest Branch Taku Glacier, Taku Glacier, Vaughan Lewis Glacier, West Branch Taku Glacier,
Amherst Peak, Mount Blachnitzky, Blizzard Peak, Bullard Mountain, Camp 15 Peak, Carpet Peak, Cathedral Peak, Centurian Peak, The Dukes, Echo Mountain, Emperor Peak, Exploration Peak, Floprock Peak, Flower Tower, Folded Towers, Gale Peak, Glacier Grub Tower, Glacier King, Guardian Mountain, Juncture Peak, Knowl, Little Matterhorn, Mammary Peak, Mount Ogilvie, Princess Peak, Rhino Peak, Shoehorn Mountain, Slanting Peak, The Snow Towers, Snowdrift Peak, Snowpatch Crag, Snowpatch Craig, Spencer Peak, Stroller White Mountain, Stronghold Peak, Taku Towers, Triangle Peak, Tricouni Peak, The Tusk, Typhoon Peak, Vantage Peak, Mount Wrather,