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Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness

Montana has seventeen wilderness areas with diverse topography and vegetation. These federally designated wilderness areas are protected from commercial development because of their roadless values and wildlife habitat. The wilderness areas in Montana are: Absaroka-Beartooth, Anaconda-Pinter, Bear Trap Canyon, Bob Marshall, Cabinet Mountains, Gates of the Mountains, Great Bear, Humbug Spires, Lee Metcalf, Medicine Lake, Mission Mountains, Rattlesnake, Red Rock Lakes, Scapegoat, Selway-Bitterroot, UL Bend and Welcome Creek.

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