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Goldrange Project

The Goldrange Project covers 36,692 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 and no diamond drilling despite hand mining activities dating back to the 1930s.

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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