In the Coast Mountains on the Canada-United States international boundary, 2.7 mi SSW of Mount Nesselrode and 43 mi N of Juneau, designated Boundary Peak 97.
Named by the Juneau Icefield Research Project in 1964 for Dr. Calder Tupper Bressler (1919-1959), geologist and head of the Department of Geology, Western Washington College. As geologist with U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), he spent several years working in the Brooks Range. He was killed on Mount Rainier during Project Crater, a glaciophycial investigation.
Mount Blachnitzky, Blizzard Peak, Boundary Peak 96, Boundary Peak 99, Mount Bressler, Centurian Peak, The Citadel, Echo Mountain, Elephant Promontory, Gale Peak, Glacier King, Mount London, Mammary Peak, Mount Moore, Mount Nesselrode, Mount Ogilvie, Mount Service, Stronghold Peak, The Tusk, Typhoon Peak,