The Bremner River is a river in the Valdez
Census Area, Alaska
named for John Bremner, a prospector who prospected for gold on the river and was the first non-native person to go there. It is a tributary of the Copper River
and flows generally westward from the Bremner Glacier. The Bremner River flows into the Copper River 55 miles NW of Katalla
, Alaska, and the Chugach Mountains
. The North Fork of the Bremner has its headwaters at the Bremner Glacier, which is eight miles in length.