Sperry Chalet Reconstruction Begins

By | July 11, 2018

The remains of the Sperry Chalet after it burned in the Sprague Fire, pictured on Sept. 1, 2017. Courtesy Glacier National Park

The Flathead Beacon reports that reconstruction of Sperry Chalet began July 9 in the high country of Glacier National Park, where wildfire destroyed the iconic dormitory structure in August 2017. Now, crews will begin the work of restoring Sperry, a complicated backcountry project that is expected to span the next two summers and require extensive logistics. Park officials said construction activities this summer will likely run through the end of October. Read the full story here.

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