Snowline Gold Corp. (CSE:SGD) has obtained further promising preliminary assay results from its 2022 drilling programmes at its Rogue Project in Canada’s Yukon Territory.
Hole V-22-029 intersected sheeted quartz vein mineralization within the Valley intrusion averaging 1.26g/t Au over 558.7m from surface, including 2.04g/t Au over 202.0m, with additional mineralization at depth. The hole was collared at a 207m step-back perpendicular to strike from V-22-010 (318.8m @2.55g/t Au from surface) to test the local width of Valley’s near-surface, well mineralized corridor and the continuity of mineralization to depth.
“V-22-029 exceeded our expectations, intersecting strong mineralization much higher in the hole than we originally anticipated and continuing to significant depth,” CEO and Director, Scott Berdahl, said.
“It’s the longest continuously mineralized interval we’ve drilled at Valley to date, and like many of Valley’s best holes the interval begins at bedrock surface. For perspective, I invite anybody visiting Toronto for PDAC to look at the CN Tower, which stands 553.3m tall, just shy of the length of this mineralized interval.
“The scale, grade and continuity of the gold system at Valley continue to impress us, and we look forward to additional results.”
Hole V-22-02 extends the known width of near surface, >1g/t gold mineralization at Valley, and demonstrates continuity of mineralization to depths greater than 400m below surface.
As with previous holes at Valley, gold grades are carried across broad intervals, and they are not heavily affected by local high-grade (>10g/t Au) intersections
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