Grouse Mountain Property
Location: British Columbia
- 4,356 acres (1,763 Ha)
- 7 contiguous mineral claims approximately 1,763 hectares in size
- Historical exploration defined by strong Cu, Zn, Ag geochemical trends
- Extensive historical exploration dating back to 1914
The Grouse Mountain Project is located in British Columbia and consists of 7 contiguous mineral claims approximately 4,356 acres (1,763 hectares) in size. Eastern Zinc is planning a surface exploration program that would include extending a 2007 geophysical survey, completing a VLF-EM survey, further soil geochemistry sampling, mapping and trenching, followed by scout drilling if warranted.
A 2013 soil geochemical survey and prospecting program defined five distinctly anomalous Cu, Zn and Ag geochemical trends and evidence of previous trenching on the property.
789 West Pender St., Suite 810
Vancouver, BC V6C 1H2
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