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Glacier National Park Hotels

Granite Park Chalet

Pros

  • Beautiful scenery
  • Secluded

Cons

  • Difficult to access
  • Rustic
  • Far from services

Updated 10/21/2013

Fodor's Review

Early tourists used to ride horses through the park 7 to 9 miles each day and stay at a different chalet each night. The Granite Park is one of two chalets still standing (the other one is the Sperry Chalet). You can reach it only via hiking trails. You must bring sleeping bags and your own food and water, and you need a reservation. A rustic kitchen, limited refrigeration, and pit toilets are near the chalet. You can park at Logan Pass Visitor Center and hike 7.6 miles

or at the Loop Trailhead and hike uphill 4 miles.

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Hotel Information

Address:

7.6 mi south of Logan Pass on Going-to-the-Sun Rd., Glacier National Park, Montana, USA

Phone:

888-345–2649

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed mid-Sept.–late June
  • 12 rooms
  • No meals

Updated 10/21/2013

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Dec 15, 2002

Luxury without any amenities

Great overnight lodge for hikers. The chalet and trails can be under snow through mid-July. Highlight of the stay: the you-make-it-yourself kitchen, indoor plumbing, great company with other visitors around a stone fireplace and incredible views.

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