Exploring prolific gold and silver regions throughout North America
We are continually researching & identifying new projects. Below are our current resource projects
Black Rock Canyon Property
The Black Rock Canyon property is favorably located within the Cortez trend of the Battle Mountain – Eureka belt, a productive and rapidly growing gold mining district. The Pipeline – Cortez mining complex, about 10mi to 14.5mi southeast of the Black Rock Canyon property contains a total of more than 45 million ounces of gold (documented past production plus reserves and resources). Additional Measured and Indicated resources of 9.4 million ounces of gold, and Inferred resources of 11.9 million ounces, have been defined at the Goldrush deposit. The Pipeline, Cortez and Goldrush deposits are disseminated Carlin- type gold deposits hosted by Devonian-Silurian carbonate rocks of the Wenban Limestone, Horse Canyon Formation, and Roberts Mountains Formation beneath the Roberts Mountain Thrust fault (“RMT”). Highlights of previous surface samples ( a total of 185 ) returned gold grades ranging from 2.02 g Au/t and a maximum of 109.7 Au/T (3,2oz Au/ton)
Jumping Jack Property
Jumping Jack Property is situated on direct trend between Northumberland Mine (Newmont Mining) 10 miles to the northeast and Round Mountain Mine (Kinross Gold) 10 miles to the southwest.
The property comprises 133 mining claims. Historical literature and field observations are very similar, if not identical, to Round Mountain Mine.
The property dates back to 1905 when the land owner spent 3 years gold mining underground and constructed audits and shafts totaling about 100m of underground workings. No commercial mining has ever occurred. Limited exploration was done in the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s.
Surface exploration in 2020 identified 3 parallel N15-20W silicified fault zones which include the 100 year old Mine workings.
The strike orientation parallels major gold belts in Nevada including Carlin Trend, the CortezGold Belt and the Walker Lane Trend.
The silicified fault zones occur approximately 640 m apart from eachother and span more than 1 Km in length.
Aspen Gold Property
The Aspen Property is located 75 kilometers southwest of Vanderhoof in British Columbia, Canada and only 25 kilometers northwest for Artemis Gold’s (TSXV: ARTG) 9.5 million ounce Blackwater Gold project. Aspen is comprised of 16 mineral claims in two aggregate groups covering an area of 7,450 acres. The property is readily vehicle accessible via forest service roads.
The property lies within the eastern portion of the Stikine Terrane, part of the Intermontane Belt, a composite of low metamorphic grade magmatic arc segments of mixed oceanic and continental affinities, and oceanic plates, which amalgamated to the North American continental margin in the Early Jurassic Period. More specifically, the region is underlain by the Lower to Middle Jurassic Hazelton Group, an amalgamation of several island arc volcanic-intrusive complexes. Younger felsic and intermediate volcanics of the Nechako Plateau Group overlie Hazelton volcanics locally and in particular, to the north. Miocene Chilcotin Group basaltic rocks overlie both of the aforementioned groups to the south and to the east of the Hazelton Group.
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