McCall Glacier (Washington)
The McCall Glacier in the upper left below the summit of Old Snowy Mountain in the center
|location||Old Snowy Mountain , Yakima County , Washington , USA|
|drainage||North Fork Tieton River|
|particularities||ends on bare rock; declining|
The McCall Glacier is located in the region of Goat Rocks in the State of Washington . The glacier is adjacent to the Pacific Crest Trail within the Goat Rocks Wilderness in the Snoqualmie National Forest , about 0.6 mi (0.97 km) southeast of Old Snowy Mountain and about 0.5 mi (0.8 km) west of the Packwood Glacier . It consists of numerous small bodies of ice. The largest section of McCall Glacier lies immediately east of Ives Peak (7,940 ft (2,420 m)) and forms the origin of the North Fork Tieton River .
- TopoQwest (United States Geological Survey Maps). Old Snowy Mountain, WA [map]. Retrieved November 16, 2012.