South Estelle Project
South Estelle
Country USA 
Province Alaska
Close to Anchorage
Surface 67 km² / 16,556 acres
Latitude / Longitude 62 N 6 / 151 W 48
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Last updated on 10/6/2010 - Terms of Use
Risk and valuation analysis of the South Estelle Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the South Estelle Project
Minera IRL
Owner: 60%
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Hidefield currently owns a 60% interest in the South Estelle property and can earn up to a 100% interest through a combination of exploration expenditures, shares, and cash.
Location of the South Estelle Project
The South Estelle projects is a major land position near Mt. Estelle in the south-central Alaska Range approximately 175km northwest of Anchorage and 230km southwest of the Company's Golden Zone project, and consists of 110 contiguous State of Alaska claims totaling 6,700 Ha.
History of the South Estelle Project
Gold was initially reported in the Mt. Estelle region in the early 1900s but it was not until the late 1960s that USGS geologists, led by Chuck Hawley, documented numerous occurrences of base metal and high-grade gold mineralization in the area. High more...
Geology of the South Estelle Project
Mineralization in the Mt. Estelle area is related to composite alkalic intrusions of late Cretaceous age ranging in size from small cupolas less than 1km2 in extent to the 35km-long Mt. Estelle batholith. These composite bodies are similar to those h more...
Data last updated on : 10/6/2009
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