The 648km2 Newmont Lake Property contains at least four large, distinct mineralized systems. The project’s geology, mineralization styles, exploration results and proximity align with some of the richest known deposits in the Golden Triangle.
- Hosts at least four large mineralized systems across 648 km2 – McLymont, Burgundy, Cuba and Chachi
- Geology, mineralization, results and proximity align with some of the richest known deposits of the Golden Triangle.
- Early exploration has produced exceptional results in drilling
- Sampling, mapping and geophysics have resulted in large areas of high-grade and highly-prospective showings to date
The Golden Triangle – One of the World’s Richest Mineral Regions
The Golden Triangle of northwest British Columbia is a richly mineralized, world-class mineral district hosting multiple successful mines. This region, with rapidly-expanding mining infrastructure (see map and discussion below), hosts some of BC’s most successful historical/present-day mines and mineral projects.
Developing the Golden Triangle – Over $4.5 Billion in Recent Infrastructure Investment
- Hydroelectric complex: 303MW total capacity, completed in 2016 with 287 kv transmission line
- Paved 2-lane highway
- Two-wheel drive, all-weather access roads
- Additional ~100km of roads under construction or proposed
- Bob Quinn Airport – with 4100ft gravel runway along HWY 37, between Dease Lake and Stewart