Garden Gate Pass

  • Location: Eureka County, Nevada 65 km (40 miles) SE of Battle Mountain
  • Area: 10.3 sq km (4 sq miles)
  • Minerals: Gold, Silver
  • Ownership: 100%
  • Status: Early Exploration
MAPS AND DIAGRAMS

Exploration in a World-Class Gold District

Garden Gate Pass is surrounded by major gold deposits including Barrick’s Cortez Hills Mine located 12 kilometres to the north-northwest and their nearby Goldrush discovery located to the north. Goldrush is the only 10-million-plus ounce green-field discovery by a major gold producer in the past five years1, and it demonstrates the immense potential of the district. Barrick’s drilling along the north-south, 11.3-kilometre trend has connected the Red Hill and Goldrush discoveries and indicates the gold zone is open in multiple directions—including toward the Garden Gate Pass project.2 The gold trend has eight kilometres of gold deposits starting from the Horse Canyon mine to the ET Blue gold deposit, and it remains open toward the Garden Gate Pass project. US Gold’s Tonkin Springs mine lies 15 kilometres to the south.

1 Source: Barrick.com
2 To date, there is insufficient drilling on the Garden Gate Pass project to verify if the extent of mineralization on the project is similar to the deposits discovered by Barrick Gold within the region.