Photo Gallery

Hazelton Property

Typical hillside scarp slope south side of Max stock approximate elevation 700 m in Skeena Group volcanic and sedimentary rocks host bedded VMS base metal sulphides (lead, zinc) and silver sulfolsalt (antimony rich) and gold.
Discordant veins and stringer sulphide mineralization in altered (Fe/Mn carbonate) argillites at the Max VMS target.
Steep slope of Skeena VMS setting of shallow marine sediments and volcanics hosting discordant sulphide veins and high grade base metal and precious metal stratabound sulphide beds at the Max target
726 m elevation: MASSIVE SULPHIDE -AG/SULFOSALT (pyrite-sphalerite, minor Fe/Mn carbonate, quartz, sericite) Grade: 50 g/t Ag, ~ 1 g/t Au, 28.4% Zn, 1.2% Pb, >2000 ppm, Sb, >10000 ppm, As
730 m elevation: MASSIVE SILVER SULFOSALT: 90% Boulangerite (Pb5Sb4S11 + Ag) Grade: 49% Pb, 1.8% Zn, 0.6% Fe, >2000 ppm, Sb, 717 g/t Ag, 1.7 g/t Au
Typical semi-massive to massive stratiform, bedded, sulphide-solfusalt, mineralized Skeena Group sediments (MAX Target Hillside)
Expanded Trench of typical semi-massive to massive stratiform, bedded, sulphide-solfusalt, mineralized Skeena Group sediments (MAX Target Hillside)
Max Target: Alteration and sulphide mineralization exposed at surface under moss (direct relationship of soil anomaly to bedrock target)
Altered beds of semi massive, massive sulfosalt lying directly under moss on soil grid

Wishbone Property

Cross-cutting quartz carbonate bonanza coarse gold and multi-kilos silver vein in outcrop within the south zone. Telluride minerals are suspected. Numerous bonanza precious metal and MS float boulders have been exposed with glacial ice melt back.
Bonanza gold, silver veins in outcrop exposed by glacial melt back. No follow up since 2006.