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Goldrange Project

The Goldrange Project covers 51,100 hectares and is 100% owned by Kingfisher Metals.

The project covers broad area of high-grade orogenic gold mineralization similar in style to the Bralorne Gold Mine which produced 4.2M oz gold at 17.7 g/t.  The project sits ~140km northwest of Bralorne along the same regional fault network host to numerous gold occurrences. The Goldrange Project covers a broad area of highly anomalous gold and arsenic in stream sediment samples with limited historic exploration, hand mining activities dating back to the 1930s and two drill programs – 2021 and 2022 – completed by Kingfisher to date.

About Goldrange

Location & Infrastructure

The Goldrange Project is located in resource-dependent Central British Columbia, near the forestry and mining town of Williams Lake.

The project is located within 12km of forest service roads and ~35km from transmission lines that pass through the nearby community of Tatla Lake.

The area receives moderate precipitation with a working season of May to October.

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