Cresval Capital, a junior explorer of copper, gold and precious metals, has completed the mobilization at its Bridge River project to conduct the phase I drilling campaign.
This project is situated 40 km to the Gold Bridge’s northwest part, south-western BC. The area of this Bridge river project is 7,200 ha and it covers the Bridge River pluton potential, measuring an area of 5 x 14 km, in order to identify a bulk-minable deposit of gold, copper and molybdenum.
The focus of the diamond drilling campaign is on the Copper Plateau and the Russnor Breccia zones. The company has received significant results from the Russnor Breccia and intersected 1.00% copper over 16.2 m and 0.57% copper over 60 m at the Thunder Creek canyon, 0.30% copper over 36.6 m through partial drilling and 1.38% copper over 30.5 m at a previous adit.
The maximum soil values of the Copper Plateau are 75 ppb of gold, 4120 ppm of copper and 457 ppm of molybdenum. This zone encloses a copper in soil anomaly, measuring an area of 450 x 550 m, and encountered 0.84% copper over 2.8 m and 0.49% copper over 4.5 m through the hand trenching program.