Hixon and Gold Ridge claims collectively referred to as Quesnelle Gold Quartz Mine Property:located in British Columbia Canada, near the town of Hixon which is ~ 55 KM south of Prince George and ~ 50 KM North of Quesnel.
The Property is accessible year round via forest service roads leaving Highway 97 near the community of Hixon, British Columbia. The majority of the Property straddles an 8.6km contact between the Kootenay Terrane, represented by the Barkerville Sub-Terrane's Snowshoe Group in this region, and the Early Cretaceous Naver Pluton. The southwest boundary also straddles the Spanish thrust fault, marking the geologic boundary between the Middle to Upper Triassic augite porphyry greenstone and sedimentary rocks of the Nicola Group, within the Quesnel Terrane; and the Slide Mountain Terrain is also noted near here along the Eureka thrust fault which is located between the Nicola Group and the Barkerville Terrane. An exploration program is currently being planned.
The QUESNELLE GOLD QUARTZ MINE PROPERTY consists of 100% of 20 mineral claims covering 3,794.8 hectares