Drill taps Hunter VMS find at Red Mountain

North of 60 Mining News – August 10, 2018


Last updated 9/25/2020 at 6:12am

High grade volcanogenic massive sulfide VMS exploration Interior Alaska

White Rock Minerals Ltd.

This camp serves as headquarters for expanding the known high-grade zinc deposits on White Rock Minerals' Red Mountain project and reconnaissance exploration across the wider 35,300-acre property in Alaska.

White Rock Minerals Ltd. Aug. 6 reported that drilling has tapped massive sulfide mineralization at the recently discovered Hunter prospect on the company's Red Mountain project about 60 miles south of Fairbanks, Alaska.

Hunter was discovered during a reconnaissance exploration program that has already identified several new volcanogenic massive sulfide prospects across White Rock's 35,300-acre...

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