Glacier National Park chalet reopens for business after fire
A chalet in Glacier National Park is ready to begin taking reservations for the first time since a wildfire gutted the structure.
KECI-TV reports the Sperry Chalet is expected to begin taking reservations online Monday.
National Park Service officials say the chalet dormitory fell prey to a wildfire in August 2017.
The park service authorized at least $12 million to rebuild the chalet, which is located at the end of a 6.7-mile hike.
Officials say both the Granite and Sperry chalets in the park are normally booked for the summer within 10 to 15 minutes.