Crestview Exploration is engaged in the business of mineral exploration and the acquisition of mineral property assets in Canada and the United States. Its objective is to identify and develop economic precious and base metal properties of merit and to conduct value driven exploration programs.
The Rock Creek Project
The Rock Creek Project is a volcanic and sediment-hosted, epithermal precious metal property, which is adjacent to mines with historical production, situated in the Tuscarora Mountains of northern Elko County, Nevada. Together the property comprises 72 unpatented lode mining claims, owned by Crestview Exploration Inc. The Claims were staked by Kingsmere on October 2, 2016 and have been maintained in good standing continuously since then.
The Tuscarora Mountains host the northern end of Carlin-trend mineralization, a cluster of major, large gold deposits. Barrick describes its Goldstrike property on the northern Carlin Trend as its “flagship property. The mine is one of the company’s largest producers. The geology at Goldstrike consists of a series of Eocene to Miocene volcanic centers, which have intruded, and locally covered sequences of upper and lower plate Paleozoic sedimentary rocks.
Mineralized Eocene dikes have been found in many of the mines within the Carlin trend, and the temporal and spatial correlation with Carlin-type gold mineralization suggests a genetic link with mineralization at the Rock Creek project.
Calgary, Canada (September 9, 2019) – Crestview Exploration Inc. (CSE: CRS) (“Crestview” or the “Company”) announces that following receipt on…