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Summit Mountain Lodge, originally a train station in Glacier National Park, now sits with views of the park’s peaks.
Meet Your Hosts
Ted and Mara Chase purchased Summit Mountain lodge in 2013 after falling in love with the area years earlier and wanting to make it home. Their goal is to make your choice of where to stay in Glacier National Park a simple one. Ted is a professional wildlife photographer and third-generation Montanan. He loves to fish and raft. While he grew up in the town of Cascade, both his father and grandfather are from East Glacier. Mara is originally from Guatemala. She loves to raft, fly-fish and watch wildlife. She also makes custom Guatemalan purses through her company Chase Designs.
The lodge was moved to its current location in the 1980s from Glacier National Park. Today there are 15 buildings, including eight cabins for guests, the main lodge and steakhouse, situated on 32 acres surrounded by mountain views and just a short drive from Glacier National Park.