|Location||Bralorne Region, British Columbia|
|Area||662 hectares (1600 acres)|
|Status||Phase II exploration: diamond drilling
Technical Report (PDF. 25 Kb)
The Olympic-Kelvin Property is located on the south side of Carpenter Lake, five kilometres northeast of Goldbridge in the Lillooet Mining Division, British Columbia. The property is easily accessible by all-weather, publicly-maintained roads.
Testing Two Prospective Zones
Drilling began on the Olympic-Kelvin property in January 2004, following up on work completed in 1988 that outlined two prospective areas for gold and silver: Margarita and Enigma. Three diamond drill holes, totaling 480 metres, are planned to test the Margarita Zone, while one diamond drill hole will test the Enigma Zone. (See Avino News Release dated January 19, 2004.)