This morning when I logged in, there was a picture of Mount Rainier National Park in the state of Washington.
My first thought was "Isn't that where the Kautz Glacier is?"
First about the glacier. It covers 1.8 square miles and contains 7.8 billion cubic feet of ice.
The Upper Kautz glacier is at 11,700 feet and extends down the Kautz Chute to the Lower Kautz Glacier at about 10,800 feet. Melt water from the glacier drains into Kautz Creek Falls and then into Kautz Creek which is a tributary of the Nisqually River.