Bradley Peak at a Glance

The 100% owned Bradley Peak property is located in the Seminoe Mountains in central Wyoming and is comprised of multiple orogenic shear-zone hosted mineralization styles including VMS style mineralization with increased copper grades associated with the gold mineralization.

  • 5,735 acres (2,304 hectares) of contiguous active BLM mining claims with 100% ownership by Relevant Gold Corp
  • 21 km of shear zones identified with classic orogenic gold and volcanogenic massive sulfide style mineralization observed across the greenstone belt district.
  • Historic samples up to 89 g/t Au + 5.8% Cu; Relevant Gold rock chip samples up to 6.5 g/t Au + 3.7% Cu
  • Host Lithologies: Rheologic contrasts​, amphibolites and greenstones, and carbonate facies iron formation
  • Minerology: Gold-Arsenopyrite-Chalcopyrite-Pyrite-Pyrrhotite
  • Vector Elements: Au-Ag-Sb-Hg-Bi-Cu-W
  • Structure: Major shear zones, brittle-ductile transition​, and complex re-folded folds

Bradley Peak Gold Camp: Key Characteristics

CRITERIA

DESCRIPTION

STRUCTURAL SETTING
• Major shear zones
• Brittle-ductile transition
• Complex re-folded folds
HOST ROCK
• Rheologic contrasts
• Amphibolites and greenstones
• Carbonate facies Iron Formation
ALTERATION
• Chlorite, Carbonate, and Silica
GEOCHEMISTRY
• Au, Ag, Sb, Hg, Bi, Cu, W
MINERALIZATION • Gold, arsenopyrite, chalcopyrite, pyrite, pyrrhotite
LAND POSITION • 281 contiguous unpatented active BLM lode claims (>5,700 acres)
• Rural sub-mountainous terrane ~50 miles from well-established town and infrastructure
SCALABLE OPPORTUNITY • Multiple district-scale targets
• RGC controls 98% of the entire greenstone belt camp
PERMITTING • Streamlined State and Federal permitting pathway