About this spot
Granite Park Chalet was built in 1914 and 1915 by the Great Northern Railway to provide comfortable backcountry accommodations inside Glacier National Park. It was the last of the nine chalets built by the railroad and one of only two backcountry chalets that have survived. Today, this rustic lodge is listed as a National Historic Landmark and it continues to provide rustic lodging to adventurers in the Glacier National Park wilderness.
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