population 136, mile 29.3 on The Alaska RR. on Seward Highway, on SW shore of Upper Trail Lake, 26 mi. N of Seward, Chugach Mts.
Name of a station on The Alaska RR. reported in 1912 by A. H. Brooks, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). It is reported that the village originally got the name Moose Pass because "in 1903, a mail carrier driving a team of dogs had considerable trouble gaining the right-of-way from a giant moose * * *." A post office was established here in 1928 (Ricks, 1965, p. 43).
Bench Lake, Carter Lake, Crescent Lake, Grant Lake, Grayling Lake, Jerome Lake, Johnson Lake, Long Lake, Lower Summit Lake, Lower Trail Lake, Meridian Lake, Ptarmigan Lake, Summit Lake, Tern Lake, Upper Trail Lake, Vagt Lake,
Mount Adair, Anderson Peak, Andy Simons Mountain, Black Mountain, L V Ray Peak, Lark Mountain, Mount Madson, Manitoba Mountain, Sheep Mountain, Sleeping Sister Mountain, Solars Mountain, Wrong Mountain,
East Groundhog Peak, El Tercero, Fresno Benchmark, Gleason Creek Ridge, Hale-Bopp, Inspector Peak, Merlin Mountain, Shrike Mountain, Silvertip, Spirit Walker, The Engine, The Tender, West Groundhog Peak,
Block Creek, Butcher Creek, Carter Creek, Colorado Creek, Divide Creek, Falls Creek, Fresno Creek, Gleason Creek, Grant Creek, Groundhog Creek, Johnson Creek, Juneau Creek, Meadow Creek, Mills Creek, Moose Creek, Ohio Creek, Primrose Creek, Ptarmigan Creek, Rocky Creek, Schilter Creek, Ship Creek, Slate Creek, Stevenson Creek, Stormy Creek, Summit Creek, Tenderfoot Creek, Timberline Creek, Trail Creek, Trail Creek, Victor Creek, Wilson Creek,