In a news release, Vancouver-based Goldcliff Resource Corp. (GCN:TSX.V; GCFFF:OTCBB) announced that "the company has received a five-year multi use permit to conduct trenching and diamond drilling on its Kettle Valley gold project." The project is located in south-central B.C
Goldcliff Resource's President George Sanders advised that the multi use permit provides the firm with the rights to conduct 1,500 meters of trenching and to carry out diamond drilling in up to 20 drill sites over the next five years.
Goldcliff Resource advised that during October 2020 it employed a variety of different testing methodologies at the Kettle Valley gold property. The company reported that the results obtained from detailed geologic mapping, soil, rock and lithic drainage geochemical sampling point toward a very compelling prospective target area for follow-up exploration.
The firm noted that this is evidenced by results obtained in a north-trending zone that covered several hundreds of meters in width and continued for a minimum of 800 meters along strike where samples returned several grams of gold per tonne and silver of up to 43 grams per tonne.
The company commented that rock samples indicate findings typically associated with structurally complex epithermal style mineralization and added that ubiquitous clay alteration extends far beyond the presently identified mineralization boundaries.
The company advised that it is currently engaged in planning for a detailed airborne geophysical survey at Kettle Valley which is expected to provide useful additional data pertaining to the mapping structure. The firm stated it intends to begin initial trenching activities near the end of April after it has received and reviewed the geophysical data and the report generated from the aerial survey.
Outcrop owns an option to acquire a 100% interest in the prospective epithermal gold/silver Kettle Valley project.
In addition to the work at its Kettle Valley gold project, Goldcliff indicated that the firm has requested that the geophysical contractor complete a detailed airborne survey over its Kaslo, B.C., Ainsworth silver property as well.
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