Flows NE into Canoe Reach, Kinbasket Lake
52°38’00” N 118°59’00” W — Map 83D/10 — Google — GeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1954. Official in BC — Canada
After Robert Blackmore, one of the party with R.H. Lee in 1895, on an exploratory trip to the Big Bend country. See 1895 field book 176A/1895, ph 3, Lillooet Land District.
The name “Blackmore” was first suggested for a nearby creek, already well known as Bulldog Creek (file C.1.53). “Blackmore” re-positioned to this feature, to retain the name in the immediate vicinity
- British Columbia Geographical Names. Government of BC. BCGN