Eliot Glacier

Eliot is a large glacier flowing on the northeast side of Mt. Hood. The U.S.G.S. did not accurately map the upper reaches of the glacier and thus its 1950s headwall is too low in elevation. The glacier had a debris covered terminus, which has now stagnated greatly reducing the glacier's area.

Information

Latitude: 45.381

Longitude: -121.681

Aspect: 39.1

Head (m asl) 1950s: 3270

Terminus (m asl) 1950s: 1960

Area (km^2) 1950s: 1.719

Head (m asl) 2020s: 3280

Terminus (m asl) 2020s: 2120

Area (km^2) 2020s: 1.125

Status: active

Last observation: 2021

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