- An extensive, strong alteration system exposed over some 25 square kilometre indicates a large hydrothermal system.
- Airborne magnetics show potentially favourable porphyry targets.
- Three NE-striking epithermal vein systems returned values including 253 g/t silver and 0.98 g/t gold with anomalous epithermal pathfinders, while samples from old workings returned 10.9 g/t Au, >1% Cu, >5% Pb and 3.4% Zn. These mineralized structures with low sulfidation characteristics may be related to a buried porphyry system.
- Evrim mapping has identified Laramide intrusions and quartz-sericite-altered hydrothermal breccias associated with copper mineralization in host andesites building strong geological field evidence for a porphyry copper system.
- The project has ample space for discovery. Historical prospecting pits and adits are present on the property and the only known work on the property comprises limited detailed rock sampling and regional-scale reconnaissance stream sediment sampling.
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