Apex's Golden Triangle properties, located north of Stewart, BC, include the eastern Eldorado Property, the central Cloud Property and the western Wild Property. The Eldorado Property consists of two mineral tenures totaling 1617.5 hectares, the Cloud Property consists of two mineral tenures totaling 1518 hectares and the Wild Property consists of 6 mineral tenures totaling 4726.4 hectares. British Columbia's Golden Triangle is host to several high-grade past-producing mines including the Premier, Eskay Creek and Snip deposits. Several large new deposits are approaching potential development including Seabridge Gold Inc.'s KSM Project and the Valley of the Kings deposit of Pretium Resources Inc.
The Eldorado Property is located 8 kilometres northwest of the historic, 15.5 million tonne, Granduc copper, gold and silver mine. As well, historic work on the nearby Tennyson and Tennyson Porphyry Projects, has returned significant results. On the Tennyson, a 1986 diamond drill hole returned 40.8 g/t gold and 282 g/t silver over 2.14 metres (Logan, J.M., 1986 EMPR Assessment Report #15789). On the Tennyson Porphyry, a 1988 drill hole returned 13.92 g/t gold over 3.1 metres and in 2011 a sixteen hole diamond drill program returned broad zones of copper-gold mineralization in all holes ranging from 0.21 to 0.44% copper and 0.12 to 0.32 g/t gold (EMPR Assessment Report #33028). Geology and mineralization on Apex's Eldorado Property appear similar to that of the Tennyson Project.
The Cloud Property is located 6 kilometres south of the Doc Property which has an historic (1987) resource of 426,337 tonnes grading 44.9 g/t silver and 9.2 g/t gold in quartz veins (Minfile 104B 014 and EMPR Assessment Report 26256). This resource figure is historic in nature and does not comply with current NI43-101 requirements.
The Wild Property is located 6 kilometres west of the Bronson Creek airstrip and the Snip Gold Mine with historic production of 32.093 million grams of gold, 12.183 million grams of silver.
The Wild Property is largely underlain by granodioritic intrusive rocks which on adjacent properties host sulphide-bearing quartz veins with grab sample assays up to 73.2 g/t silver, 4.1 g/t gold (Minfile 104B 307 and EMRP Assessment Report #9190). In 1983, a 0.5 metre wide quartz-carbonate vein containing pyrite, galena, chalcopyrite, sphalerite, argentite and tetrahedrite assayed 1.58 grams per tonne gold, 367.54 grams per tonne silver, 0.18 per cent copper, 8.70 per cent lead, 0.04 per cent zinc (Minfile 104B 308 and Assessment Report #11342). The Wild Claims also adjoins both the KSP property of Colorado Resources Ltd. and the optioned Snipgold property where drilling has recently intersected 25.7 m of 9.24 g/t Au (Colorado Resources Ltd. News Release, dated August 08, 2016).