Glacier National Park has released a new story map detailing the Sprague Fire that nearly destroyed the Sperry Chalet in 2017.
The lightning-caused Sprague Fire started the evening of August 10th and eventually burned nearly 17,000 acres.
The multi-media story map includes a detailed timeline of the fire and its impact on the surrounding land and structures.
The Sperry Chalet is undergoing reconstruction and it expected to completed by December of 2019.
You can see the story map here: nps.gov/gis/storymaps/cascade
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