Located in the Alaska Range, in Denali National Park, approximately 2.3 miles south of Mount Hunter.
Named by the 111th Congress, and signed into law by President Obama, October 18th, 2010, "To designate a mountain and icefield in the State of Alaska as the 'Mount Stevens' and 'Ted Stevens Icefield', respectively." Named in honor of Theodore 'Ted' Fulton Stevens (1923-2010), United States Senator representing Alaska from 1968 to 2009.
East Fork Kahiltna Glacier, Harper Glacier, Harper Icefall, Kanikula Glacier, Northeast Fork Kahiltna Glacier, Northwest Fork Ruth Glacier, Peters Basin, Pika Glacier, Southeast Fork Kahiltna Glacier, Tluna Icefall, Tokositna Glacier, Traleika Icefall, West Fork Ruth Glacier, West Fork Traleika Glacier,
Archdeacons Tower, Browne Tower, Mount Capps, Carter Horn, Churchill Peaks, Mount Crosson, Dragon Spine, Dragons Head, Farthing Horn, Mount Goldie, Hobbit King, Mount Hunter, Mount Huntington, Italys Boot, Jeffery Point, Kahiltna Dome, Kahiltna Peaks, Mount Koven, Denali, North Peak, Peak 6835, Peters Dome, Scimitar, South Peak, Mount Stevens, The Throne,