Discovery Harbour is a Canadian
TSX Venture Exchange-listed company (Symbol: DHR)
focused on sourcing, exploring and developing mineral
properties in mining-friendly jurisdictions,
in order to enhance shareholder value.





Strategy - Gold, Nevada, Caldera

Discovery Harbour’s current focus is on its Caldera Project, located only 33 km from Kinross Gold’s Round Mountain Mine, the world’s largest heap leach mine. The Caldera Project is in Nevada, ranked by the 2016 Fraser Mining Jurisdiction Survey the 4th best mining jurisdiction in the world. The Caldera Project has the potential to become a very large low sulphidation epithermal gold deposit. The known mineralisation extends for at least 6.5 km and is governed by WNW-trending structures and evidenced by gold anomalies accompanied by strong alteration and related pathfinder elements.. Having the benefit of extensive historical data, we intend to add value to Discovery Harbour by advancing the Caldera Project, using a different approach than previous explorers – the low sulphidation epithermal gold deposit model.

  • Target Areas

  • Conceptual Adara Gemina Cross Section

  • Caldera Drill Highlights

  • Caldera Proposed Drilling

  • Location of Rock Chip Samples on the Caldera Project

  • Bladed Silica After Calcite

  • Altered tuff, assayed 11 g/t gold

  • Breccia with quartz matrix, near rock sample that assayed 7 g per t Au, 900 g per t Ag, large gold in soil anomaly down slope

  • Mark Fields and Alan Morris discussing project

  • Mark Baknes beside hydrothermally brecciated outcrop

  • Soil Sampling Discussion

  • Soil Sampling

  • Soil Sampling ATV

  • Strongly altered area with low temperature clays, indicative of preerved epithermal system

  • Mark Fields examing area with strongly altered low temperature clays

  • Quartz veins and cross cutting chalcedony in heavily altered rock sample

  • Opaline rock outcrop

  • Alan Morris beside strongly brecciated area with opaline silica on left outcrop

  • Alan Morris, examining rock sample

  • Bladed silica after calcite, indicative of preserved epithermal system

  • Bladed silica after calcite, indicative of preserved epithermal system

  • Old shaft on property

  • Mark Fields, Alan Morris discussing rock sample

  • Mark Baknes examining rock sample

  • Mark Baknes and Alan Morris discussing project

  • 21 Reed fragment evidence, supporting conclusion that project is on paleosurface with preserved epithermal system

  • Opaline rock, possible reed fragments on bottom right of sample

  • Mark Fields, Mark Baknes, discussing project beside old shaft



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