PO Box 122
British Columbia Tourism Region : Cariboo Chilcotin Coast
- Choelquoit Lake from a Chilcotin Indian word meaning 'fishtrap lake.'
- Jester Peak - Don Munday (see Munday, Mount) saw this peak, close to Mount Waddington, as a jester 'at the emperor's feet.'
- Mosley Creek - After Edwin Mosley or Mosely, one of the three survivors of the Chilcotin Massacre of 1864, in which fourteen white road builders perished on the banks of the Homathko.
- Other creeks in the area are named for Tellot and Klattasine, leaders of the Indians.
- Mount Munday - After W.A.D. 'Don' Munday, who, accompanied by his wife, Phyllis, made numerous expeditions into this area between 1926 and 1936. (See Waddington, Mount.)
- Pantheon Range - The mountaineering party that undertook the exploration of the area in 1964 decided 'to name the peaks after deities from various mythologies.'
- The catholicity of their nomenclature is evidenced by names such as Mount Astarte, Mount Juno, Manitou Peak, Osiris Peak, and Mount Vishnu.
- Ppcli Ridge - Named on 10 August 1989 to mark the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry.
- Tatla Lake - This name comes from the Carrier Indian word meaning 'at the end of the lake.' (See Takla Lake.)
- With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.
Address of this page: http://bc.ruralroutes.com/TatlaLake