The Slocan mining camp has a Silver rich history.

Since its discovery in 1891, the Slocan silver camp has a rich history, having produced more than 2 million kilograms of silver, 262 million kilograms of lead and 258 million kilograms of zinc.

Underexplored by modern exploration techniques, this land has seen little modern exploration because of the previous fragmented ownership and the presence of overburden.

The Klondike Silver Land Package represents prime hunting ground for important new silver/zinc/lead rich discoveries. Including an area on strike with the Main Lode: an approximately 9 km long structure that hosted the biggest producing mines in the area.

Klondike Silver Operations

  • Reactivate the 4625 portal and adit.

  • Reactivate the upper workings of the Silvana mine (4625, 4690 and 4755).

  • Locate and validate the broken mineralization in the upper workings of the Silvana by sampling and surveying.

  • Locate un-mined zones from the last historic mineral estimate (1993).

  • Electronically digitize historical mine maps and create an underground 3D geological model.

  • Fly a LIDAR topographical survey on the Klondike Silver property and combine it to the 3D underground geological model.

  • Identify and prioritize underground drill targets in the upper levels of the Hope/Silvana/Carnation mines from the 3D underground geological model.