In the Chugach Mountains, 7.5 mi. SW of Upper Lake George and 33 mi ESE of Anchorage.
Descriptive name given in 1963 by members of the Mountaineering Club of Alaska pertaining to the usual weather conditions experienced by climbers in the area. A whiteout is an opaque diffusion of sky and snow. The peak is surrounded and partly covered with glacial ice.
Mount Alyeska, Baleful Peak, Barnes Mountain, Bashful Peak, Baumann Bump, Mount Beelzebub, Bellicose Peak, Benign Peak, Bold Peak, Goat Mountain, Hibbs Peak, Hut Peak, Jewel Mountain, Kinnikinnick Mountain, Lingon Mountain, The Mitre, Moonlight Mountain, Nagoon Mountain, Notch Mountain, Peril Peak, Rook Mountain, Mount Rumble, Summit Mountain, Sunlight Mountain, Thunder Bird Peak, Whiteout Peak, Mount Yukla,
A1, Antarctic View Peak, Bees Heaven Peak, Berg Peak, Booty Peak, Bounty Peak, Bunting Peak, Devils Mistress, Finch Peak, Hat Trick Mountain, Highbush Peak, Icicle Peak, Insignificant Peak, Kelleys Knob, Longspur Peak, Lowbush Peak, Middle Raven Peak, Mismapped Mountain, Mystery Mountain, North Raven Peak, Pass Out Peak, Peters Peak, Pipit Peak, Polar Peak, Rosy Peak, Saghala Point, South Raven Peak, Sparrow Peak, Transcendence Peak, Vertigo Peak,