I have installed Bash for windows by activating the Windows Subsystem for Linux and installing Ubuntu and when I installed Anaconda I selected the "Add Anaconda to my PATH environment variable" setting, so I do not believe there are any issues with PATH.
What I see in my Edit environment variables window is:
C:Usersuseranaconda3 C:Usersuseranaconda3Librarymingw-w64bin C:Usersuseranaconda3Libraryusrbin C:Usersuseranaconda3Librarybin C:Usersuseranaconda3Scripts
In Bash, when I enter something such as
conda info --base I get
conda: command not found
However, when I run the same command in Git Bash, it runs just fine.
Source: Windows Questions