Province: British Columbia
Location: Flows NE into Fraser River, W of Raush River
NTS map: 93H/1
Official name listed at BC Geographical Names
The name dates to at least 1871, when Canadian Pacific Railway surveyor James A. Mahood left Quesnel with a large party, crossed Dominion Pass, and went down Castle Creek to the Fraser River. The party wintered at the Fraser and the next year continued their fruitless search for a pass suitable for a rail crossing. This crossing with pack animals may have been the first recorded crossing of a glacial pass in Canadian mountains.
- Zillmer, Raymond T. “Explorations in the Southern Cariboos.” 27 .