14 February 1986
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Upper Logging Lake Snowshoe Cabin
Lower Nyack Snowshoe Cabin Wikipedia
The Lower Nyack Snowshoe Cabin, built in 1927 in Glacier National Park, is a significant resource both architecturally and historically as a shelter about one day's travel north of the Theodore Roosevelt Highway for patrolling backcountry rangers. The design originated at Yellowstone National Park, adapted in this case with a somewhat larger size.