You can find it inside the Dwarven Mine, to the west of Barbarian Village. They have a variety of pickaxes: bronze, iron, steel, etc..
Dude, buy it at the G.E (grand Exchange.) (MORE)
You can buy a Mithril Pickaxe from Nurmof's Pickaxe Shop in the Dwarven Mine, but beware of the much more expensive price offered by the shop. You can also buy it off of the G…rand Exchange for the best price in RuneScape shops. It's also possible to obtain a Mithril Pickaxe from monster drops from Living Rock Protectors, Dagannoth Rex, and Living Rock Strikers. (MORE)
The most known pickaxe store in RuneScape is Nurmof's Pickaxe Store in the Dwarven Mine under Falador. You can also get a Bronze Pickaxe in RuneScape for free from Bob's Axes …Store. Or it can also be bought from one of the many General Stores in RuneScape. Although, if you're looking for the most cost efficient way of obtaining a pickaxe, it's best to purchase one off of the Grand Exchange. (MORE)
Place three wood blocks (made from hitting a tree and places logs into crafting table, or 4x4 table in inventory) in the top three squares of a crafting table, then place two …sticks right below the middle wood block (sticks are obtained by placing wooden blocks in squares vertically in the crafting table or in the 4x4 square in your inventory). Hope this helps, if not:    | (MORE)
You need sticks and wooden planks, crafted like this: P P P E S E E S E P = Planks E = Empty S = Sticks in the middle column u put three sticks going up and on the …top row put three wooden planks going across At a crafting table, place wooden sticks and wooden planks in the following configuration. WWW ESE ESE Where W is Wooden Planks, S is a sticks, and E is an empty space. (MORE)
first you need to mine iron with a stone pickaxe, then you make a funace in a crafting table. its cobble stone all around the edges. then you put the iron on the top row of th…e furnace then put coal (you mine coal) or charcol on bottom row. then you have made iron ingets, from there just make a pickaxe. you need 3 iron ingots and 2 sticks . (MORE)
The pointed edge of a pickax is most often used to break up rocky surfaces or other hard surfaces such as concrete or hardened dried earth. The broad or chiseled edge is used …for such things as cutting through roots. (MORE)