Head of Moat Creek near Tonquin Hill
52.7233 N 118.3081 W — Map 083D09 — Google — GeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1978
Official in Canada
Referenced by Cyril G. Wates [1883–1946] in 1923.
James Monroe Thorington [1895–1989] visited the region in 1924:
Moat Lake is finely situated in the eastern hollow of Tonquin Pass and sends a stream to join with a northern outflow from Amethyst Lakes; and, in an expanse of willow-covered, marshy ground, drains both to Meadow and Maccarib Creeks.
- Wates, Cyril G. [1883–1946]. “Mount Geikie.” Canadian Alpine Journal, Vol. 13 (1923):47-53
- Thorington, James Monroe [1895–1989]. The glittering mountains of Canada. A record of exploration and pioneering ascents in the Canadian Rockies 1914-1924. Philadelphia: Lea, 1925, p. 213. Internet Archive