The first of the GNR lodges, built in 1913 with unpeeled log pillars and fireplaces.
A hunting lodge built in 1914, where artist Charlie Russell told stories in the lobby.
The showplace of the GNR network, built in 1915 as Montana’s largest hotel.
A Canadian National Historic Site, built in 1927 with a stunning view of Waterton Lakes.
A Swiss-style chalet built in 1914, rebuilt in 2019 after a fire destroyed most of it.
A rustic chalet built in 1914, accessible only by hiking trails or horseback.
The first chalet built by the GNR in 1910, located near the west entrance of the park.
A chalet built in 1914, offering boat tours and horseback rides on Two Medicine Lake.
A chalet built in 1911, situated in a secluded valley near Cut Bank Creek.
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