From Natural History of Southeast Alaska
|Locally Used Name||Glacier Lake|
|Access Summary||Remains of corduroy road and hunter/game trails lead from upper end of Blue Lake along Blue Lake Creek until veering north up the slope to Glacier Lake. Depending on season and weather, access can be quite challenging due to the need to cross Blue Lake, and brush, high water, and snow along route up Blue Lake Creek.|
|Containing Landform||Blue Lake Watershed,|
|Elevation||1521 ft463.601 m|
|Primary Outflow||Blue Lake Creek|
|Water Flows To||Blue Lake|
Formerly the site of some mining activity.