The 9 clues in Forrest Fenn’s Poem

Forrest Fenn's Poem
Forrest Fenn’s Poem. Click for full size.

For nearly 10 Years people have argued what the 9 clues in Forrest Fenn’s poem were that led to the treasure chest. But Recent comments by Forrest Fenn have narrowed it down.

The 9 clues are:

  1. Begin it where warm waters halt.
  2. Take it in the canyon down.
  3. Not far but too far to walk.
  4. Put in below the home of Brown.
  5. From there it’s no place for the meek.
  6. The end is ever drawing nigh
  7. There will be no paddle up your creek;
  8. Just Heavy loads and water high.
  9. If you have been wise and found the blaze.

Look quickly down! Sounds simple right?

There are a few hint’s in the poem which I think are:

  1. Hint of riches new and old.
  2. Hear me all and listen good, your effort will be worth the cold.
  3. If you are brave and in the wood, I give you title to the gold.

 

 

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