The Teako property is centred about 20 kilometres southwest of the community of Kitwanga, B.C., on the northwest side of the Skeena River, as shown on Figure 1. The city of Terrace is located 60 kilometres to the south-southwest, while Smithers is situated 75 kilometres to the southeast. The property covers the Belle Vue (103P 032) and Sunset (103P 033) Minfile occurrences and is located on NTS map sheet 103P/1.
Canada’s richest gold mine was a discovery by the late Murray Pezim: Eskay Creek which is located a couple of hundred kilometers to the north. To the south and east of our Teako property is the world famous Barkerville Gold Rush area, which to this day has producing gold mines.
The area’s topography is moderate with forest covering consisting of recently logged spruce, pine, cedar, with some initial regeneration in logged areas.
Other projects/companies in the area are: The Kalam project by Eagle Plains Exploration – polymetallic veins & porphyry Mo-Au; The Louise Lake Project held by Victory Mountain Ventures – porphyry Cu-Mo-Au; and the Pitman Project – porphyry Mo-Cu-Au.