this site will be updated by the beginning of 2015 and new properties will be added (in the mean time you should have a look at “our new prospecting leases”)…
- “Oz” (68 claims):
This huge property (1,760 acres), staked along the Big Creek, is located in the central part of the Yukon, between Mayo (60km SE) and Dawson City (125 km NW). Big Creek is a tributary of the Little South Klondike. The creek has never been previously mined, due to difficulty of accessing the area. Today it is reachable by a easy-drivable road. We performed a successful testing campaign on the property during August/September of last summer (2013). The results are visible under the chapter “REPORTS” of this web-site. We are currently applying for water and land permit and during the next summer (2014) we are planning to conduct an extensive bulk sampling campaign along all the property, along the tributaries and on the upper benches. This is part of a big project, intended to create a productive placer gold mine for 2015.
- “Val” (39 claims + 4 miles of lease ready to be converted into 44 claims):
This extensive property (1,408 acres) is located along 4 miles of the lower part of the famous Clear Creek (map 115P12), right beside the Yukon Highway (at km 469 from Whitehorse, 111km from Dawson City). The claims are easily accessible by paved road and by a secondary road (unpaved), parallel to Clear Creek. This road runs right through the property and is drivable by truck or by heavy equipment. During the last summer (2013) we performed a testing campaign along the creek and along the upper benches with positive results (wide distribution of fine gold). On the benches we found the remains of a paleo-channel (ancient riverbed). For summer of 2014 we are planning an extended bulk-sampling campaign along all this property. We expect great results from it. The easy accessibility of this area will contribute to create a very appealing mining site.
- “Pan” (6 claims):
This is a small-size property (68.8 acres) staked on an ancient high bench. The bench is showing different types of alluvial deposits of different origins. The property is located along the southern city limit of Dawson City and t’s accessible by road (10 min. from town). These claims are lying on the margin of an extended plateau (fantastic view on the Klondike Valley). The last two years we have tested the entire area, sampling several scattered sectors of our property. We found fine gold, sometime in appreciable quantity, deposited at different elevations (gravel-bar type of deposits). No coarse gold until this time. The search continues.
- “Tramonto” (2 discovery claims+ 1 bench claim):
This is an interesting, medium size property (114 acres) located right along the Klondike highway, 45 km south of Dawson City. The three claims (1 discovery, 1 bench discovery and 1 regular bench) are covering few interesting upper benches, probably of different origin (Yukon River, Glenboyle Creek and an upper bench not yet classified). We roughly tested part of the lowest alluvial deposits and we found few specs of very flattened gold. During summer of 2014 we will dedicate an intensive testing campaign to the upper benches.
- “Rocca” (1 discovery claim + 1 regular claim):
- “Stardust” (1 discovery claim + 1 regular claim):
- “Mia” (1 bench claim):