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National Parks

Celebrating 100 Years!
In 1916, the first Glacier Park blanket rolled off the looms in our Oregon mill. That same year the National Park Service was born. Join us as we celebrate this centennial with a better-than-ever National Park Collection saluting the wild beauty of ten parks.
Bands of sunset shades on dusty prairie green evoke
this enigmatic Dakota landscape.
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A portion of each National Park Collection purchase helps fund two park restoration projects through a donation to the National Park Foundation:*

Many Glacier Hotel Stairway Project
Glacier National Park

In the 1950s, the stunning double-helix staircase circling the lobby in the historic Many Glacier Hotel was torn out to make room for a gift shop. Now the famous stairwell, which once had a fountain containing fish, will be replaced at this 100-year-old lodge known as the “Gem of the West.”

Grand Canyon Train Depot Project
Grand Canyon National Park

Constructed in 1910, the Grand Canyon Depot is a National Historic Landmark and one of three remaning stations constructed from logs in the US. Today it remains an active rail depot, seeing thousands of visitors annually from its location near the canyon’s rim inside Grand Canyon National Park. Funds will support restoration and preservation efforts.

*Pendleton is proud to support the National Park Foundation by contributing up to $500,000 through 2016 to support these two priority national park projects.