This is the Anaconda brick smoke stack.
The stack rests on a concrete foundation and measures 585 feet 1.5 inches (178.3 m) high. The inside diameter of the stack is 75 ft at the bottom and 60 ft at the top. The wall thickness ranges from six feet at the bottom to two feet at the top.
We had ridden close by but had never been on Lolo road so we were looking forward to that.
It was the Lolo trail that I was most interested in though.
We hadn't gone very far down the road when a mini van flipped onto it's side.
I looked in the open passenger side window and a girl was in the drivers seat crying.
I opened up the rear hatch and went in and got her out.
Her left arm was chewed up from the side window shattered glass but she will be fine.
Then it was time to find the real trail.
We stopped at the ranger info building to get a map and ask questions.
The ranger told me "Well that trail is mostly only used by atvs and trail bikes."
I thought it was a blast!
Two and a half hours of riding on it and we only seen one person and he was backpacking.