T-Rock Mineral Claims.

Lytton District - Hard Rock Claim



Lower Thompson River


GPEX’s “T-Rock” claims are located along the lower Thompson River, and jointly comprises 82.64 hectares (approximately 204.2 acres) over 4 cell units. The tenure were staked in result of in-depth research into quality properties in the area holding optimum potential for precious metals.


Tenures # 1026451 & # 1026452

~ T-Rock one & T-Rock Two ~



Scale  1:8,000

Central Coordinate 50° 15’ 29.7”N, 121° 26’ 50.9”W

Approximately 1.4 kilometres of river frontage




LOCATION REFERENCE
Thompson River

T-ROCK TENURES


Location & Access


The T-Rock properties are located along the South Thompson River, 267 road kilometers (a 3 ½ hour drive) northeast of Vancouver.  Kamloops lies 160 kilometers to the east, with Lytton situate only 14 kilometers to the west.  Accessibility is excellent with BC Highway # 1, the Trans Canada Highway, cutting through the southern portion of the properties.

Numerous fieldtrips have been made to the properties in attempt to locate an auferious vein in the bedrock, and, to trace precious metals from drainage sampling the gravels along the Thompson.  Placer gold and platinum have been recovered, with the platinum being in abundance in the micro state.





Thompson River
T-ROCK TENURES

From the Eastern Sector - Looking Eastward Toward the Tenure’s Terminus in the Distance

Some boulders shown below are the size of vehicles



Thompson River
T-ROCK TENURES

From the Eastern Sector Looking West Toward the Central Tenure Area In the Distance



Underlying bedrock geology in the general property areas is Contact divided, with Permian to Triassic Mount Lytton Complex lower amphibolite/kyanite grade metamorphic rocks occupying the northern sector, while the southern sector hosts Triassic Mount Lytton Complex intrusives, comprising dioritic and layered quartzofeldspathic rocks, mylonite and amphibolite. Faulting and fracturing is common in this area, with extensive quartz and disseminated pyrite.



Thompson River
T-ROCK TENURES

Looking Further Westward Along the Tenures

(Next Photo Better Illustrates That Area Shown In the Distance)



Thompson River
T-ROCK TENURES

Further Westward Showing Bedrock Outcropping Along the River
All Within View and Much More, Comprised in This Tenure.





These two cell mineral (hardrock) tenures are located along the Lower Thompson River, 10.5 kilometres northeast from Lytton. The properties are underlain by metamorphic bedrock, which in the general area has shown to host auriferous quartz veins, and was staked to follow-up on the potential for lode gold. However, to fully assess these properties, considerable drainage sampling should be conducted to trace gold mineralization and isolate areas of interest for subsequent evaluation.

T-Rock One - #1026451
2 cell Mineral tenure – 41.32 hectares
Price: $ 1,950

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T-Rock Two - #1026452
2 cell Mineral tenure – 41.32 hectares
Price: $ 1,950

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