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1. Luzenac America Talc Mine

 Three Forks, Bozeman Area
The largest talc mine in the United States and the second-largest talc mine in the world. It is located between Three Forks and Willow Creek Montana. More Info

2. Rosebud Mine Visitor Center

 Colstrip, Southeast Montana
Take a tour of the Rosebud Mine in Colstrip. More Info

3. Keystone Mines

 Yaak, Northwest Montana
A good deal of gold was produced here although it was never a major strike. More Info

4. Granite Mountain Memorial

 Butte, Butte Area
168 men lost their lives in the tragic “Spec fire” disaster on June 8, 1917. More Info

5. Ruby Gulch Mine

 Zortman, Havre Area
The most easterly of all Montana gold producing areas. More Info

6. Zortman Mine

 Zortman, Havre Area
At one time, the mine was one of the largest producing gold mines in the nation. More Info

7. Anselmo Mine Yard

 Butte, Butte Area
This is the best surviving example of the surface support facilities that served Butte’s underground copper mines. A guided tour reveals the colorful labor history of miners, pipefitters, carpenters, hoist operators, and trainmen. More Info

8. Berkeley Pit

 Butte, Butte Area
Think you’ve seen some big holes? Wait till you see this one. The pit was started in 1955 as a large truck-operated open-pit copper mine until mining ceased in 1982. More Info

9. The World Museum of Mining

 Butte, Butte Area
One of Butte’s most popular attractions is nestled beneath the massive headframe of the once active Orphan Girl underground mine. Spread over 12 acres, this 1889 mining camp has dis- plays both inside and outdoors and is appealing to the whole family More Info

10. Golden Sunlight Mine

 Whitehall, Butte Area
If you’re driving on I-90 near Whitehall, you’ll notice the mountain to the north doesn’t look quite right. In fact, it looks like it’s been shaved off. More Info

11. Sunrise Mine

 Hall, Southwest Montana
The first patented mine in Montana was Sunrise and it was given two chances at the mining life. More Info

12. Copperopolis

 White Sulphur Springs, Central Montana
A few deserted shacks and mine shafts are all that remains of a mining camp that back in in the 1890s, hoped to compete for size and fame with Butte. More Info

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