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Robson (Kootenay Rockies)
1. Robson / Deer Park / Mount Freya / Hugh Keenleyside Dam Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
In 1889, when G.M. Dawson published his geological survey of the area, he noted:
  2. Coykendahl - Leave a Public Review
  3. Nancy Greene Park - Leave a Public Review
  4. Syringa Park - Leave a Public Review
5. Brilliant (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
According to A.M. Evalenko, when the Doukhobors came to the Kootenays, they gave their first settlement 'the name of the Valley of Consolation, Village of Brilliant, from a brilliant diamond of the first water,
6. Castlegar (City) / Nancy Greene Lake (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Phone: (250) 365-7227 - Leave a Public Review
The available evidence favours the derivation of Castlegar from 'Castle Garden,' an immigration station in New York state. However, there is a Castlegar in Ireland.
  7. Deer Park (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  8. Gibson Creek (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
9. Kinnaird (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Kinnaird - About 1904 the CPR set up a 'box car station' here and named it Kinnaird after Lord Kinnaird, a shareholder in the company. Kinnaird was amalgamated with Castlegar in 1974.
  10. Ootischenia (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  11. Pass Creek (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  12. Raspberry (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  13. Renata (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  14. Robson West (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  15. Rockyview (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
16. Thrums (Castlegar, 2km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Thrums - After the Scottish village that is the scene of Sir James Barrie's A Window in Thrums (1889).
  17. Westley (Castlegar, 2km) - Leave a Public Review
  18. Blueberry Creek (Genelle, 13km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  19. Champion Lakes Park (Genelle, 13km) - Leave a Public Review
20. Genelle / Champion Lakes Park (Genelle, 13km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Champion Lakes Park - These lakes are named after James W, Champion. A 1910 directory lists him as a fruit grower at Fruitvale, also in this district.
  21. Lower China Creek (Genelle, 13km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
22. Poupore (Genelle, 13km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Poupore - After J.E. Poupore, a railway contractor and lumberman once active in the Kootenays.
  23. Upper China Creek (Genelle, 13km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  24. Blueberry Creek (Genelle, 14km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  25. Champion Lakes Park (Genelle, 14km) - Leave a Public Review
26. Genelle / Champion Lakes Park (Genelle, 14km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Champion Lakes Park - These lakes are named after James W, Champion. A 1910 directory lists him as a fruit grower at Fruitvale, also in this district.
  27. Lower China Creek (Genelle, 14km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
28. Poupore (Genelle, 14km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Poupore - After J.E. Poupore, a railway contractor and lumberman once active in the Kootenays.
  29. Upper China Creek (Genelle, 14km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
30. Crescent Valley / Norns Range (Crescent Valley, 16km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Norns Range - The Norns were the Fates in Scandinavian mythology.
31. Krestova (Crescent Valley, 16km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Krestova - When the Doukhobors, a Russian religious sect, settled here, they named their community Krestova, meaning 'the place of the cross.'
  32. New Settlement (Crescent Valley, 16km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  33. Shoreacres (Crescent Valley, 16km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  34. Tarrys (Crescent Valley, 16km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  35. Blewett (South Slocan, 19km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
36. Bonnington Falls (South Slocan, 19km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  37. Corra Linn (South Slocan, 19km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  38. Playmor Junction (South Slocan, 19km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
39. South Slocan / Bonnington Falls (South Slocan, 19km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
After Bonnington Linn, a waterfall on the Scottish estate of Sir Charles Ross, baronet (1872-1942), first president of the West Kootenay Power & Light Co.