November 24, 2019 - Sunday
2020 operating dates
Granite Park Chalet will be open June 29 through September 12 next summer.
We are still working on fares and all the details surrounding Sperry Chalet. We are still on track to begin accepting reservations on January 13.
September 8, 2019 - Sunday
End of the season
It has been another amazing Glacier summer of hiking and adventure. We are glad you visited.
Time has come to prepare for winter snow, sort the summer photo album, clean our boots, and start daydreaming about the next chance we will get to relax in the Granite Park Chalet dining room.
I am sure that a great many people have questions about the 2020 season. We do not know much right now. We will begin accepting reservations on January 13. Sperry Chalet is still on track to re-open next year. We are working on the particulars of the operating dates and fares. Check back later this fall for all the details.
August 20, 2019 - Tuesday
All trails to Granite Park Chalet have reopened!
As of Tuesday morning, August 20, all trails into and out of Granite Park Chalet have been reopened. Please enjoy your hike, observe your surroundings, and always be bear aware.
See you in the gorgeous high country of Waterton/Glacier international peace park!
August 19, 2019 - Monday
Monday trail status update
All Granite Park Chalet trails will remain closed today. There is no access on the Highline, the Loop or Swiftcurrent Pass. We are reaching out to all guests affected by this closure.
We expect to get more status updates as the National Park Service rangers evaluate the grizzly bear activity in the Granite Park area. We hope to learn about NPS plans for tomorrow's trail status later this afternoon.
Chalet guests that are planning to arrive tomorrow, Tuesday the 20th, may contact our reservation office for the latest information.
August 18, 2019 - Sunday
All trails into Granite Park Chalet closed
The National Park Service has closed all trails into the Granite Park Chalet area on the evening of Sunday the 18th. This is due to unusual grizzly bear activity. Park rangers are planning to investigate the area on Monday morning, we do not expect to have any updates on Granite Park trails before midday Monday.
Chalet guests planning to arrive on Monday are invited to contact the chalet office between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm for the latest information. At this time we do not know when the trails will open again.
Guest and campers currently in the Granite Park area can depart along the Loop Trail or the Swiftcurrent Pass Trail, the Highline Trail will be closed in both directions.
The National Park Service will provide us with updated information as soon as possible, but we do not expect any new information before Monday Afternoon.
July 19, 2019 - Friday
Highline Trail open again
Glacier is a land of many surprises, and this is a fun one. Please enjoy the Highline Trail safely. The trail remains posted for bear activity, so call out your presence, carry your bear spray, and be safe out there.
July 17, 2019 - Wednesday
Highline trail closed
The National Park Service has closed the Highline Trail from Logan Pass to Granite Park Chalet due to bear activity. There is currently no forecast for how long this closure may last. You can check for the most current trail status information online or through any visitor center.
Granite Park Chalet remains open and accessible by the Loop Trail on the west and the Swiftcurrent Pass Trail on the east. We are looking forward to having you join us.
July 5, 2019 - Friday
The Highline Trail is open!
The Highline trail officially opened at 2pm on July 3, 2019. Please use extreme caution as there are numerous snowfields. Hiking poles and yak trax are recommended when crossing snow patches. Looking forward to seeing you at Granite Park Chalet!
July 3, 2019 - Wednesday
Summer fun at Granite Park Chalet
Granite Park Chalet is open, the mountains are beautiful, the spring wildflowers are going crazy, and we just heard that the Highline Trail has opened today. Yay! Let's go put some trail under our boots. We can't wait to see you in the mountains.