Discover 9 Glacier’s Historic Lodges and Chalets


Welcome to Glacier National Park Home to majestic mountains, pristine lakes, and historic lodges and chalets. 

The first of the GNR lodges, built in 1913 with unpeeled log pillars and fireplaces. 

Glacier Park Lodge 


A hunting lodge built in 1914, where artist Charlie Russell told stories in the lobby. 

Lake McDonald Lodge 


The showplace of the GNR network, built in 1915 as Montana’s largest hotel. 

Many Glacier Hotel 


A Canadian National Historic Site, built in 1927 with a stunning view of Waterton Lakes. 

Prince of Wales Hotel 


A Swiss-style chalet built in 1914, rebuilt in 2019 after a fire destroyed most of it. 

Sperry Chalet 


A rustic chalet built in 1914, accessible only by hiking trails or horseback. 

Granite Park Chalet 


The first chalet built by the GNR in 1910, located near the west entrance of the park. 

Belton Chalet 


A chalet built in 1914, offering boat tours and horseback rides on Two Medicine Lake. 

Two Medicine Chalet 


A chalet built in 1911, situated in a secluded valley near Cut Bank Creek. 

Cut Bank Chalet 


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