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Fum

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Fum  


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Elevation: 7,270'
Location: 39.9745, -105.2914 View Map  Incorrect?
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Description 

Fum is located on Dinosaur mountain and is the highest and Northern most rock of Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum. The climbing on this rock is excellent, the rock is clean and solid and provides 300+ feet of climbing on its East face.

Getting There 

To reach Fum, take the Mallory cave trail to the bottom of the finger flatiron. From there hike North working your way up a notch between boulders and then West until you are under the West face of the Box. The Box is a huge flatiron that overhangs ominously and will be hard to miss.

The bottom of the East face of Fum is a few yards West of the box.

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Weather station 2.9 miles from here

2 Total Routes

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Running out the big slab.

East Face South Side 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b CO : Flatirons : ... : Fum
This is a great route that climbs the Left (South) side of the East face of Fum. We climbed it with a 60m rope and were able to complete the climb in two pitches the first one being a full 60m.If climbing with a shorter ropem you may simul-climb or belay at the flake described below (not that good of a belay though)Start at the low point of the rock just right of the gully that separates Fo from Fum. P1. Climb a left-leaning, shallow, hand crack that disappears after some 50 feet. This section p...[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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