On the N end of Kenai Penin, heading in a cirque and flowing NW for 4.5 mi, then NE for 4.3 mi to the head of Turnagain Arm, 2.8 mi NW of the settlement of Portage, 14 mi. SE of Sunrise, Chugach Mts.
Named in 1950 byU.S. Forest Service (USFS)for R.C. Ingram (died 1948), resident engineer for the Bureau of Public Roads, in charge of practically all road work on this forest for 25 years.
Mount Alyeska, Barnes Mountain, Baumann Bump, Bench Peak, Blueberry Hill, Byron Peak, Camp Robber Peak, Cornbiscuit, Crow Peak, Goat Mountain, Hibbs Peak, Jewel Mountain, Kickstep Mountain, Kinnikinnick Mountain, Lingon Mountain, Magpie Peak, Nagoon Mountain, Notch Mountain, Raggedtop Mountain, Summit Mountain, Sunburst, Tincan Peak,
A1, Bearberry Point, Berg Peak, Bramble Knoll, California Peak, Chinstrap Peak, Crested Peak, Fishs Breath, Gentoo Peak, Gleason Creek Ridge, Granddaddy, Highbush Peak, Kelleys Knob, Longspur Peak, Lowbush Peak, Middle Raven Peak, Mystery Mountain, North Raven Peak, Pastoral Peak, Pipit Peak, Portage Peak, Pyramid Peak, South Raven Peak, Sparrow Peak, Tincan Roadside,
-1 Bowl, 1st Bowl, 2nd Bowl, 3rd Bowl, 4th Bowl, Bermuda Triangle, Center Ridge, Cornbiscuit, Eddy's, Gods Country, Lipps, Little Sweden, Magnum, Pete's North, Pete's South, Sunburst, The Library, Wolverine, Zero Bowl,
Bertha Creek, California Creek, Crow Creek, Divide Creek, Glacier Creek, Gleason Creek, Groundhog Creek, Ingram Creek, Kern Creek, Lyon Creek, Milk Creek, Peterson Creek, Portage Creek, Sawmill Creek, Seattle Creek, Skookum Creek, Slate Creek, Spokane Creek, Taylor Creek, Tincan Creek, Virgin Creek, Winner Creek, Wolverine Creek,