Hot Springs Peak – The project area consists of 167 claims covering the targeted discovery area and a buffer zone located in Humboldt County Nevada approximately 55 kilometers northeast of Winnemucca Nevada. A NI 43-101 Technical Report was completed in June 2017. Field work identified the potential for a large "Carlin Style" alteration system based on the 1.5 km long hornfels altered trend at the surface, widespread arsenic mineralization, and the 0.701 opt gold (24 g/t) sample that was collected from aggregate sampling from historic shaft dumps that exploited the near surface high grade gold.
Geophysics revealed a magnetic low underlying the hornfels alteration area and chargeability high coincident with magnetic low and hornfels alteration. There is also a resistivity high crosscutting the magnetic low, hornfels alteration and extending below the chargeability high.
Six holes were drilled in two drill campaigns consisting of 5 reverse circulation holes and one deep core hole.
HSP-RC5 intersected a 26 meter gold-arsenic zone averaging 0.133 g/t Au that included 1.5 meters of 0.69 g/t Au. A second gold-anomalous zone contains arsenic values ranging from 486 ppm to greater than 10,000 ppm with the entire 274 meter drill section averaging 377 ppm arsenic.
The 26 meter gold-arsenic anomalous zone intersected by hole HSP-RC5 is considered to be a localized mineralized cap sourced from deeper, untested Carlin-style gold mineralization. Target areas are located southwest of, and beneath, the HSP-RC5 anomalous zone where a resistivity high may represent favourable limestone host rocks under the gravel cover.