on Prince of Wales I., E of Hetta Inlet, at head of Reynolds Creek, Alex. Arch.
Name reported in 1908 by C. W. Wright (in Brooks and others, 1909, pl. 3), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). "So called because it is located at an elevation of 1300 feet." This feature was called "Lake Simmons" by E. F. Dickins, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS), in 1905.
Alder Cove, Copper Harbor, Deer Bay, Eek Inlet, Goose Bay, Hetta Cove, Hetta Inlet, Keete Inlet, Little Goose Bay, McKenzie Inlet, Mud Bay, Nutkwa Inlet, Paul Bight, Polk Inlet, Portage Bay, Saltery Cove, Skowl Arm, Smith Cove, South Arm Cholmondeley Sound, West Arm Cholmondeley Sound,
Beaver Creek, Big Creek, Bully Boy Creek, Cabin Creek, Cave Creek, Dog Salmon Creek, Hetta Creek, Jumbo Creek, Monument Creek, Old Franks Creek, Old Tom Creek, Omar Creek, Perry Creek, Polk Creek, Portage Creek, Reynolds Creek, Rock Creek, Twelvemile Creek, Virginia Creek, Wright Creek,