Lodestar Project

Preserved high-level epithermal alteration
with analogous geologic features to
Headwater’s Spring Peak Property

Lodestar Overview

Exploration program 100% funded by Newmont
133 claims totaling 1,020 hectares, immediately adjacent to Hecla’s past-producing high-grade Aurora mine
Located 10 kilometres north of Headwater’s Spring Peak project, which hosts two recent high-grade discoveries by Headwater
Contains silica sinter and other analogous geologic features to Spring Peak, suggesting the potential for preserved high-grade mineralization at depth

Epithermal alteration open along strike with high-grade vein potential untested by shallow historic drilling

Prominent silicified ridgeline contains anomalous high-level epithermal pathfinder element geochemistry
Thick silica sinter accumulation indicates the system is fully preserved
Alteration associated with the main structural zone projects under shallow cover and remains untested below the projected boiling zone at depth

Planned 2023 activities to identify high-priority drill targets and advance drill permits

2023 exploration activities to include:
  • Detailed geologic mapping
  • Soil sampling
  • CSAMT geophysical survey
Thick exposure of laminated sinter at the northern end of the prominent altered ridgeline in the central Lodestar land package