Baynes Lake (Kootenay Rockies)
  1. Bull River (Jaffray, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  2. Caithness (Jaffray, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  3. Colvalli (Jaffray, 18km) - Leave a Public Review
4. Elko (Jaffray, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Elko - Founded in 1905 and named after the Elk River, on whose bank it stands.
  5. Galloway (Jaffray, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
6. Jaffray / Galbraith Creek / Kikomun Creek Park (Jaffray, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Galbraith Creek - After R.L.T. Galbraith, who came to the Cranbrook area in 1872 and was the Indian Agent here for many years. (For Galbraith's Ferry, see Fort Steele.)
7. Wardner (Jaffray, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Wardner - After James F. (Jim) Wardner, a prominent mining man who founded the town in 1896. He established a number of townsites in both Canada and the United States, Wardner, Idaho, among them.
  8. Akamina-Kishinena Park (Grasmere, 18km) - Leave a Public Review
9. Baynes Lake (Grasmere, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Baynes Lake - After Andrew Bain, who settled here in 1896.
10. Grasmere / Mount Haig / Kishinena Creek / Linklater Creek / Phillipps Creek / Wigwam River / Akamina Pass (Grasmere, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Grasmere - Earlier named McGuire after Howard McGuire, who arrived in the district in 1898.
  11. Kragmont (Grasmere, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
12. Newgate / Lake Koocanusa (Grasmere, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Lake Koocanusa - A synthetic name compounded from the first syllables of Kootenay and Canada plus USA. The lake itself is artificial, having been created by Libby Dam in Montana.
13. Roosville (Grasmere, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Roosville - When a post office was established here in 1908, it was named after Fred Roo, the postmaster, who had arrived in the country around 1899 and had built a store and hotel here.
14. Tobacco Plains 2 (Grasmere, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Tobacco Plains - The Indians used to grow a kind of native tobacco here. It was apparently a long-established name when Father De Smet used it in the mid-nineteenth century.