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Glacier Park Lodge

Located at the eastern gateway to Glacier National Park on the Blackfeet Reservation, this rustic lodge was built almost a century ago along the Burlington Northern Railroad, the site for which was purchased from the Piegan tribe of the Blackfeet Nation.

The immense, 40-foot-high Douglas fir trees that frame the lobby create a dramatic first impression and the Great Northern Dining Room is Western in theme and cuisine.

There is also the Empire Bar and Café, a gift shop featuring local Blackfeet crafts, a seasonal heated outdoor swimming pool and nine-hole golf course.

The hotel offers 161 guest rooms and suites, many with balcony, on the second and third floors of the main lodge and in the connecting four-floor Great Northern Wing.


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