The Red Ridge Property, near Carcross, Yukon, consists of 30 quartz claim units covering 530 hectares. The property contains a prominent gossanous ridge (Western Zone) and an area measuring 2.0 km in length and 500 metres in width where numerous mineralized showings have been discovered. Historic reports (Yukon Assessment Reports 094931 and 092736) state:
The East Zone consists of three subparallel altered zones. Within one zone a 10 - 40 centimetre wide quartz/barite vein containing massive tetrahedrite, azurite, and malachite assayed up to 25,191 g/t silver. Grab samples containing galena, assayed 5,598 g/t silver, 0.53 g/t gold, and 57.5 % lead.
The Don Zone consists of a one metre wide zone of sheared and altered granodiorite. Sampling returned 10.8 g/t gold and 1,519 g/t silver across 0.5 metres.
The Saddle Zone consists of several small outcrops and boulders of silicified granodiorite and quartz-galena found over a 20 x 50 metre area. Two grab samples from this zone assayed 11.35 g/t gold and 300.1 g/t silver, and 34.8 g/t gold and 342.1 g/t silver. Trenching and exploratory drilling show that the Saddle Zone consists of limonite-manganese-clay gouge within a 30 metre wide zone of alteration and shearing. The sulfide bearing quartz veins are surrounded by a quartz stockwork zone up to 1.5 metres in width. The quartz veins returned an average of 6.1 g/t gold and 423 g/t silver over 0.5 metres. Drilling of this zone returned assay values up to 28.9 g/t gold and 31.51 g/t silver over 0.4 meters. Precious metal values are not limited to samples with sulphides indicating the presence of free gold or electrum.
The Miller Zone consists of a 2 - 3 metre wide zone of shearing and alteration that contains galena/quartz pods throughout. In addition, 10 - 30 centimetre wide quartz veins containing galena and pyrite occur in both the footwall and hanging wall of the zone. Grab samples of quartz-galena assayed up to 883.24 g/t silver with negligible gold. The Miller Zone was intersected by 8 diamond drill holes with the best intersection being 3.11 g/t gold and 309.1 g/t silver over 0.76 metres.