Gold and silver hosted within shear zone quartz veins
The Gold Mountain Project is an early stage gold/silver property located approximately 50 km NW of Golden, BC.
The property is encompasses the historic Grizzly occurrence where gold and silver is hosted within polymetallic quartz / carbonate veins. There are up to seven discontinuous quartz veins along two parallel shear zones, containing up to 68 g/t Au and 1388 oz/ton Ag. Historic data suggests 500-600 m of strike length with possibility of expansion and widths up to several meters. A conceptual exploration target with dimensions:
600 m x 4 m wide x 200 m vertical
With an assumed 2.7 SG
Would equate to 1.3 Mt
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