Anthill Resources' Einarson Project is located 200 kilometers east of Mayo, Yukon in east-central Yukon. The Einarson Project consists of 11,455 contiguous quartz mining claims totaling 235,000 hectares covering the eastern strike extension of the Rackla Gold Belt.
Major exploration programs were completed in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 field seasons that defined six, regional-scale target areas with anomalous gold geochemistry associated with geological settings favorable for Carlin-style, sediment-hosted gold mineralization. Three of the six targets areas have been drill tested with significant gold mineralized drill intercepts in the Venus and Mars target zones.
A total of 4,360 silt, 26,000+ soil and 6,647 rock samples were collected from 2011 through 2013. Silt sampling in 2011 and 2012 defined six, regional scale target areas Venus, Mars, F2, Misty, B Zone and Emer Trends. These areas contained anomalous gold in stream sediment silt geochemistry with variable pathfinder element arsenic, antimony, mercury and thallium geochemistry. Grid soil and rock chip sampling in 2013, in these six target areas, further enlarged the geochemical anomalies at the Venus, Mars, Misty and B Zone target areas, and also identified new gold targets at Mars Northeast, Emer and Venus Northeast.
The Einarson Project land position and geological database represents a unique opportunity to explore a large claim group with significant surface gold mineralization in a newly discovered, Carlin-type gold district. The project covers multiple, regional-scale gold geochemical anomalies with significant sub-surface gold mineralization already encountered by drill programs in two locations. The project is located along the eastern strike extension of the Rackla Gold Belt, with a similar geological setting and several early-stage exploration gold targets which warrant additional exploration work.
Einarson Claims Map
Einarson Claims Map With Trends Defined