Willow River & Dunkley
Spanish Mountain Gold acquired the Prince George property in 2006, including 632 claims totaling over 290,000 hectares. In 2009, Prince George property was consolidated into two claim blocks, Willow River and Dunkley, with a combined total of 19 claims and approximately 9000 hectares.
The Willow River block is located approximately 30 kilometres southeast of the city of Prince George. This block is centered over an area of anomalous gold values in stream sediments that were confirmed by a soil geochemistry grid.
The Dunkley block is located 75 kilometres due south of the city of Prince George. It contains the probable source of a strong RGS (regional geochemistry survey) gold anomaly that was confirmed by a heavy mineral sampling program.
The property is underlain by a sequence of Triassic black slate/phyllite assemblage with veining and alteration similar to the rocks underlying the main zone at the Spanish Mountain property.
Spanish Mountain Gold plans to continue exploring for the source of the gold soil anomaly.