As part of the The Great Northern Railway's See America First campaign, several chalets were built throughout Glacier National Park by GNR and James J. Hill. Today, there are still two standing and in operation, the Granite Park Chalet and the famed Sperry Chalet, built in 1913, transporting guests back to simpler times during their overnight stays in these traditional backcountry accommodations. The original Sperry Chalet dormitory building burned down in the Sprague Fire of 2017 and has been rebuilt in nearly an identical design and layout with some minor modifications to meet current building codes. If you're lucky enough to spend a night or two at the Sperry Chalet, you know just how special it is and this iron-on patch is a great token of your stay.
Approximate Size: 2.75" x 3"
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