JURASSIC GROUP ONE
Subject to considerable research and several fieldtriips to the general locale, it was determined that the area now under tenure held exceptional potential for placer minerals. Thus, several coniguous claims were staked, with intent to conduct a GPR bedrock survey, and pending favourable results, thence engage a medium-scale machine-assisted recovery operation. At that point of time, GPEX was also considering to open the tenured area for a JV with other persons whom had the right machinery. Over time and subject to other demanding things in life, it was then decided to downsize the portfolio by creating tenure groups, thence offering them for sale to other entrepreneurs. Needless to say, certain properties were sold. However, Group #1 (the cream of the crop) still remains availabe for interested parties to consider.
The Jurassic Group #1 consists of four contiguous tenures, bearing in total, 205.57 hectares over 10 cell units. Not included in this group, are two separate single cell claims which abutt this tenure group, and could be added if desired.
Please also see the accompanying aerial and land photos.
Tenure #707542 - Jurassic 1 - 3 cell tenure of 61.07 hectares (201.1 acres)
Tenure #707562 - Jurassic 2 - 3 cell tenure of 61.07 hectares (201.1 acres)
Tenure #707582 - Jurassic Three - 2 cell tenure of 40.71 hectares (100.58 acres)
Tenure #847732 - Jurassic 4 - 2 cell tenure of 40.71 hectares (100.58 acres)
- Total of 203.56 h (603.36 acres)
Central Coordinate - 121° 53’ 54.1” W Longitude 50° 58’ 14.6” N Latitude
Price: $ 14,000 $ 10,000
Situate 34 (air) kilometers north of Lillooet, this property group offers over 1200 metres of upper bench, immediately downstream from an exposed (ancient) mid-river bedrock mound, and features mainly a sloping landscape punctuated by numerous weathered ravines and ancient landscape pockets which (at an earlier geologic time) naturally served as entrapments for heavy mineral and metals. Access would be via the West Pavilion Road leading northward from the Lillooet region, as it parallels the general course of the Fraser River. There have been no records found which indicate prior placer activity occurred in the area of this claim group.
This property group would be more suited to the potential of a small-to-moderate-scale machine-assisted recovery operation. Advance prospecting and sampling required.