Indoor and outdoor adventure in and around Anaconda runs the gamut from arts and culture to backcountry camping. In town, wander this vibrant community’s four historic districts, spend time at Washoe Park, explore the local museum and art center or catch a show at the local theater. Beyond town, take a road trip on the Pintler Scenic Route for incredible views, roam the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness or pitch a tent on Georgetown Lake for blue-ribbon trout fishing in the warmer months and some of the state’s best ice fishing in the winter. Tee up at the local golf course (the only Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in Montana) or ski nearby at Discovery Ski area—a local’s favorite downhill destination. No matter the season, soak in relaxing mineral waters of Fairmont Hot Springs Resort.
Don’t miss “The Stack” (pssst…it’s hard to miss). The old Anaconda Copper Company smelter stack is one of the tallest free-standing brick structures in the world.
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