Mount Fable is located in the Fairholme Range of Alberta. It was first ascended in 1947 by L. Parker, R.C. Hind and J.F. Tarrant. It was named Fable by the first ascent party in reference to a story about heavy bush causing a prior attempt to fail, which they considered a fable.
There's a trail called Mount Fable Route leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Fable is
# 22 out of 75 in Bighorn # 12 out of 37 in the Fairholme Range
By prominence Mount Fable is
# 24 out of 75 in Bighorn # 11 out of 37 in the Fairholme Range
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