Great Lodges of the National Parks
Conceived by great minds and set in a humbling landscape, each of these gems tells a story of salvation or resurrection.
El Tovar The first of the railroad lodges in the canyon lands, and a distinctive mix of castle, chalet, and Indian motifs.
The first lodge in the Union Pacific "Loop Tour" concept. Destroyed by fire in 1966, it is rebuilt on the original site.
Bryce Canyon Construction of expansion projects began almost as soon as the lodge opened. Now it’s a rehabilitated gem.
The crowning achievement of the "Loop Tour" burned just 4 years after it opened, and then rose again from the ashes. Grand Canyon