• Introduction

    Target: Porphyry/epithermal 
    Location: British Columbia, Canada
    Size: 94 km2
    Status: Available for option
    Stage: Geophysical surveys and initial drill test


    The Trek 31 project is a 94 square-kilometre, early-stage exploration property located 80 kilometres southwest of Vanderhoof in the Nechako Plateau, British Columbia. The property is located 30 kilometres northeast of New Gold Inc’s Blackwater gold silver deposit (year-end reserves of 8.2 M ounces gold and 60.8 M ounces silver1).  TREK 31 was identified by Evrim using data from Geoscience BC’s TREK initiative.


    Exploration Highlights

    • TREK 31 covers one of the largest and strongest geochemical anomalies identified in Geoscience BC’s $4.0 million TREK initiative
    • Early exploration by Evrim has outlined a 2.3 kilometre by 900 metre gold-in-till anomaly situated down ice of a major structural break between rocks of the Stikine Terrane and magnetic rocks interpreted to be volcanic and intrusive rocks of Eocene age2
    • Potential for a Blackwater-like mineral system marked by extensive quartz-sericite-pyrite alteration with identifiable geochemical and geophysical footprints 
    • 100 % owned by Evrim
    • Road-accessible
    • Sparse mineral tenure in the region allowing for additional generative exploration for district-scale targets

    Gold in basal till over Reduced to Pole Total Magnetic Intensity. Purple circle highlights till anomaly and triangle represents average till transport distance and transport direction.

    Evrim plans to complete an Induced Polarization (IP) geophysical survey across the source area of the till anomaly to identify areas of anomalous chargeability and resistivity for testing with a reverse-circulation drilling program from existing logging roads. 


    The content of this page has been reviewed by Dave Groves, Vice President of Exploration for the Company. Mr. Groves is a Qualified Person as defined under the terms of National Instrument 43-101.

  • Jul 1, 2020
    Technical Presentation Feb 2020

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