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Climax Mine (Climax Open Pit Mine), Climax, Climax District, Lake Co., Colorado, USA

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Near the summit of Fremont Pass, in Lake Co., approximately 15 miles north of Leadville. Owned by AMAX Corp. A molybdenum mine comprised of a large open pit and underground workings. When working up to 50,000 tons of ore processed daily.

Produced stopped in 1985 due to low Mo prices, but will recommence during 2012.

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References

- Dana 7:I:330
- Rocks & Mins.:61:8 & 75:313.
Butler, B. S.; Vanderwilt, J. W. (1933) Contributions to economic geology (short papers and preliminary reports), 1933. The Climax molybdenum deposit, Colorado, with a section on history, production, metallurgy, and development, by C. W. Henderson. USGS Bulletin: 846-C

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