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Bendor Mountain

The Bendor Project is a 3000 hectare gold project located within the Bridge River gold belt, a structurally complex north-west trending corridor of highly productive Au-Quartz vein occurrences. The Bendor Project is situated just 22km southeast of Highway 40 at Gold Bridge, BC. in a mining friendly jurisdiction due to the proximal location to the historic and past producing Bralorne and Pioneer Mines where ~4.5 million ounces of gold was produced.

Project Highlights

  • ~3000 ha located along the Bridge River gold belt, just 22km southeast of Highway 40
  • Located along the major NW-trending Downtown Creek Fault system.
  • Severely under-explored, strong Au-As correlations identified at Bralorn-Pioneer are also observed on the Bendor Property
  • Pre-existing access road
  • Major transmission line following Carpenter Lake approx 3km to the NE
  • Railroad 44km to the east
  • Historic underground workings¬†identified a 6m wide shear where grab samples assayed up to 32.5 g/t Au.
  • An underground drilling program intercepted up to 27.54 g/t Au over 5.3m, including 70 g/t Au over 0.8m.
  • The northwest-trending soil anomaly (1000 X 300 meters) adjacent to historic drilling and underground workings could be explained by a shallow-dipping extensional system that has NEVER been directly drill tested.
  • Exhibits excellent ground preparation and upside-potential, with defined targets presenting a number of exciting opportunities for future significant gold discoveries.

Historic Underground Workings

  • Historic underground drifting outlines major shear and fault systemts where 18 grab samples were collected with assays from 0.6 g/t to 32.5 g/t Au. Higher grades were observed to be in proximity to NNW-trending fault gouge bounded by intense silification/carbonatization alteration
  • Level 3 was developed ~32m below Level 2 to further explore for high-grade gold occurences. Level 3 remained largely underexplored until it was utilized for an underground drilling program that intercepted up to 27.54 g/t Au over 5.3m, including 70 g/t Au over 0.8m.¬†
  • Minimal historic drilling was designed to test ONLY northeast-trending mineralized systems on the Bendor Project – northwest and east-west systems remain to be directly tested.
  • Complexities of historic drill results could be explained by the presence of additional unrecognized structural controls and mineralized trends to the NW and EW.¬†
  • There remains significant upside-potential for continued exploration by testing NNE and NNW-trending structures that could act as important conduits and structural controls for the concentration of gold-bearing hydrothermal fluids.
  • Exhibits excellent ground preparation and upside-potential, with defined targets presenting a number of exciting opportunities for future significant gold discoveries.

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