Monut Hinton Project
Monut Hinton
Country Canada 
Province Centra yukon territory
Surface 37 km² / 9,143 acres
Latitude / Longitude 62 N 52 / 135 W 07
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Monut Hinton Project
Status Risk : Early discovery
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Monut Hinton Project
Yukon Gold Corporation
Owner: 100%
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The Mount Hinton property is operated by Yukon Gold Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Yukon Gold Corporation, Inc., subject to the terms of an option agreement with a private group, the Hinton Syndicate. Yukon Gold must make scheduled cash payments and perform certain work commitments to earn a 75% interest subject to a 2% Net Smelter Return royalty in favor of the property vendor.
Location of the Monut Hinton Project
The Mount Hinton property is adjacent to the Keno Hill mining camp in central Yukon Territory, 59 km northeast of the village of Mayo and 375 km north of Whitehorse, the territorial capital
History of the Monut Hinton Project
The Mount Hinton property and the nearby Keno Hill mining camp are in the central part of the 350 mile (550 km) long Tombstone Gold Belt, a region of gold and silver mineralization that stretches across Yukon Territory. Between 1913 and 1989, over 6  more...
Geology of the Monut Hinton Project
The geological setting and style of mineralization defined to date on the Mount Hinton property are the same as those for the vein faults that supplied silver-lead zinc ore to a number of successful underground and surface mines in the nearby Keno Hill mining camp.
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