Project Description


The Yellow Band property is located 16 miles northwest of Dillon, Montana (population 5,000), the county seat of Beaverhead County. The unpatented mining claims on which the project is located are in the historic Argenta Mining District within the Beaverhead National Forest in the Pioneer Mountains. Access from Dillon is via Interstate I-15 south for three miles and west on Montana State Highway 278 for 8 miles then north on maintained gravel road passing through the mining town of Argenta for a further eight miles along the USFS French Creek – Birch Creek gravel road (FS 606).

Exploration Potential

The Yellow Band property has 225 drillholes by other past operators defining gold mineralization. These holes are historic in nature and were drilled by other operators in decades past. 

The Company believes the existing mineral resource can be expanded by drilling the deeper “down-dip” and lateral “strike” extensions of the known systems. The probability of finding additional reserves at the Yellow Band is very good. The common suite of minerals in the system has a classic resemblance to other epithermal hot-spring gold deposits in Nevada and at other locations.