64North Project, ALASKA

 

 

OVERVIEW

The 64North Project is a gold project in big country with big potential.

The project is situated in the heart of the Tintina gold belt which stretches from the Yukon in Canada to the Alaskan Coast. The 64North project is right next door to, and completely surrounds, Northern Star’s Pogo Gold Mine, which has produced over 4M ounces of gold at 300,000 ounces of gold per year at an impressive 13.6g/t Au and has a total endowment of over 11 million ounces.

Since signing an agreement with Millrock Resources in late 2019, to acquire a 60% interest over 4 years with a conditional pathway for up to 80% interest of the 64North Project, RML has completed 5000m of diamond core drilling across 9 holes at the Aurora, Reflection and Echo Prospects on the West Pogo Block, as well as a 12-hole 1,663m RC drill program at the East Pogo Prospects. 

It has also used RAB drilling to confirm the presence of thick intervals of Fort Knox style mineralisation in a 280m wide gold mineralised corridor at the Sunrise Prospect and is currently undertaking a trenching program at the nearby Tourmaline Ridge Prospect to follow up rock chips of over 100g/t Au.

The field team has laid the foundations for future exploration with an extensive regional program of rock-chipping, trenching and high-tech geophysical surveys.

GP MAP BLUE WEB
Lattitude 64°N
Longitude 144°W
Project Name 64North
Key Commodity Gold