The entire camp’s 3rd and 13th largest producers, the Silvana and Mammoth mines anchors each end of the SILVER MILE.

The Silvana Mine was the largest producer of the 68 historical producers in the Klondike Silver land package: Over 500,000 tons of rock was processed yielding 7,812,077 oz silver, 63,253,498 pounds lead and 57,981,253 pounds zinc. The average Silvana production grade was 13.87 oz/ton silver, 5.62% lead and 5.15% zinc.

The Main Lode is an approximately 9 km long structure that hosted the biggest producing mines in the area. The Silver Mile is the most highly prospective segment of the Main Lode.