W of junction of Taku Glacier and its Southwest Branch, 1.6 mi. E of Shoehorn Mtn. and 22 mi. NE of Juneau, Coast Mts.
Named by members of the Juneau Icefield Research Project in 1965. Published as "Juncture Peak" by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in 1960. It is so named because of its location at the juncture of the glaciers.
Dead Branch Norris Glacier, Death Valley Branch Norris Glacier, Demorest Glacier, Echo Glacier, Gilkey Glacier, Leaking Glacier, Lemon Creek Glacier, Matthes Glacier, Middle Branch Norris Glacier, Norris Glacier, North Branch Norris Glacier, Nugget Creek Glacier, Southwest Branch Taku Glacier, Split Thumb Icefall, Taku Glacier,
Amherst Peak, Mount Blachnitzky, Carpet Peak, Cathedral Peak, Centurian Peak, The Citadel, Dipyramid, The Dukes, Echo Mountain, Elephant Promontory, Emperor Peak, Exploration Peak, Floprock Peak, Flower Tower, Glacier King, Guardian Mountain, Hodgkins Peak, Juncture Peak, Knowl, Little Matterhorn, Mammary Peak, Mount Moore, Norris Mountain, North Nugget Spire, Nugget Mountain, Organ Pipes, Princess Peak, Rhino Peak, Shoehorn Mountain, Slanting Peak, Snowdrift Peak, Spencer Peak, Split Thumb, Stronghold Peak, Taku Towers, Thoroughfare Mountain, Vantage Peak,