is a glacier located in the Olympic Mountains
in Olympic National Park
. The body of ice, relatively small compared to the nearby Blue Glacier
, is located southeast of Mount Olympus
. Beginning at foot of a very steep headwall at about 5,800 feet (1,800 m), the glacier flows and descends northeast to about 4,900 ft (1,500 m) before terminating. There is an arm of the glacier which extends southward on a flat area at about 5,150 ft (1,600 m) in elevation. This extension of ice terminates in a lake. The Jeffers Glacier is named for Olympia
photographer Joseph Jeffers, who died after falling into a crevasse there in 1924.