Kautz Glacier


The Kautz Glacier is a narrow glacier on the southern flank of Mount Rainier in Washington. Named for August Kautz, who is sometimes credited for the first ascent of Mount Rainier, covers 1.8 square miles (4.7 km) and contains 7.8 billion ft (221 million m) of ice. Upper Kautz Glacier extends south from the summit ice cap to Kautz Ice Cliff at about 11,700 feet (3,600 m). Go to the map ⬆⬆

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  1. South Mowich Glacier
  2. South Tahoma Glacier
  3. Success Glacier
  4. Tahoma Glacier
  5. Kautz Glacier
  6. North Mowich Glacier
  7. Williwakas Glacier
  8. Wilson Glacier (Mount Rainier)

Geographical features

  1. Paradise River
  2. Kautz Creek Falls

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Longmire (Washington)
  2. Paradise (Washington)

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