Location & Infrastructure
The 362 km2 HWY 37 project is in Northwest British Columbia’s Golden Triangle, Liard Mining Division. The property is approximately 140 km north of the town of Stewart and 75 km southwest of the village of Iskut. Port facilities are available at Stewart and Prince Rupert (330 kilometres south), accessible via highways.
Both the Stewart-Cassiar Highway (37) and the 287 kV Northwest Transmission Line pass through the eastern portion of the HWY 37 project. The main areas of interest are within 9-15 km of Highway 37 and power.
Helicopter staging is available at the Burrage airstrip 4 km to the east, on Highway 37. The project is within the traditional territory of the Tahltan First Nation, with a communications agreement in place.