The Toiyabe Project is an advanced exploration asset consisting of approximately 1,400 hectares of public land, administered by the Bureau of Land Management. 165 unpatented mining claims cover the region.
Previous exploration work within the Courtney Zone, associated with the Roberts Mountains Thrust (“RMT”), produced an historical resource of ~173k contained ounces of gold at an average grade of 1.2 g/t(1).
Other highlights include:
- Favourable stratigraphy associated with anomalous gold at surface and drill intercepts
- Existing targets untested laterally and at depth
- Untested targets associated with surface geochemical anomalies, favourable stratigraphy, and structural controls
(1) NI 43-101 Technical Report, American Consolidated Minerals Corporation, Prepared by Paul D. Noland, P.Geo., May 27, 2009