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Anaconda - Pintler Wilderness
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Year: 1995

Scale: 1:50,000

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The Anaconda-Pintler covers 159,086 acres along the Continental Divide in southwestern Montana. Much of the area lies above 9000'. Elevations range from 5400' at Willow Flats on the East Fork of the Bitterroot River to 10,783' at the West Goat Peak. Annual precipitation is 40-60". Underlying, complex structural geology has been sculpted by recent glaciation. Glacial ice carved cirques and U-shaped valleys and deposited moraines in much of the Wilderness. Varied topography results in an array of vegetation that includes sagebrush, willows, aspen and a multitude of wildflowers as well as cone-bearing treas: ponderosa, lodgepole, and whitebark pines; Douglas and subalpine firs and subalpine larch.
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