There’s a good reason
why it has its name.

We control a district the size of the northern Carlin trend, where much like the early days at Carlin, historic mining of oxide and simple recovery processes generated profits even at low gold prices.

Goldstrike has a strong history of proof. From 1988 to 1995 it was an oxide heap leach mine producing 209,000 ounces of gold and 197,000 ounces of silver. When the mine closed, a wealth of data and drill holes demonstrating gold in the ground were left behind.

We’re laser-focused on Goldstrike here in the Great Basin.

Core Projects


Goldstrike is located in southwestern Utah and is a Carlin-style gold system, similar in many ways to the prolific deposits located along Nevada’s Carlin trend.

Black Pine

Black Pine is located in southeastern Idaho and hosts a large, Carlin-style sediment-hosted gold system, the surface footprint of which extends over roughly 12 km2 area.


Kinsley Mountain hosts near-surface mineralization similar to other Carlin-style sediment-hosted gold systems.

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