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Wilding Gold Project

  • The Wilding gold Project lies within central Newfoundland and covers 23,600 hectares in four separate blocks referred to as the Wilding, Noel Paul, Crystal Lake and Intersection blocks. Gold mineralization at Wilding was discovered in 2015 through logging activities no previous gold exploration had been completed in the area. Follow-up exploration programs in 2016 and 2017 led to discovery of several gold zones through trenching and drilling.

  • The Wilding gold Project lies within central Newfoundland and covers 23,600 hectares in four separate blocks referred to as the Wilding, Noel Paul, Crystal Lake and Intersection blocks. The Wilding and Noel Paul blocks lie approximately 40 km south of Buchans and are both accessed by a well-maintained gravel road and subsidiary forest access roads. Wilding is located on the Rogerson Lake Strucutral Corridor that hosts Marathon Gold’s Valentine Lake deposits, Matador Mining’s Cape Ray deposit and other gold discoveries. The Wilding is located immediately northeast of Marathon Gold’s Valentine Lake project.

  • The Wilding Project lies within the Exploits Subzone of the Dunnage Tectonostratigraphic Zone and is underlain by Cambro-Ordovician volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks of the Victoria Lake Supergroup, the Red Cross Group, and Silurian-aged Rogerson Lake Conglomerate and volcanic rocks. The project covers approximately 30 km of the northeastern extension of the same structural corridor that hosts Marathon Gold’s Valentine Lake gold deposits. The Wilding Project abuts Marathon’s property and is an area that until 2017 had had not seen extensive historical exploration for gold.

    Gold Mineralization has been intersected in quartz-tourmaline-pyrite orogenic style veins in the Rogerson Lake Conglomerate and Silurian felsic volcanic rocks in the Alder, Elm, Red Ochre Zones.

  • Previous explorers drilled 30 holes into the project in 2017 making several new gold discoveries: