Two Project Properties
Walker Lane currently has two high-grade gold and silver properties – the Pyramid Property is located in Washoe County and the Paradise Property in the historic Paradise Peak Mining District – all in the Walker Lane Region of Nevada. The properties are located at the 5,000 ft. elevation making year-round access possible on well-maintained county and state roads. And power is available from transmission lines, which parallel both properties.
The Pyramid Property – Located 50 Miles from the Comstock Lode
The Pyramid Property is a silver-gold exploration project located in west central Nevada and is potentially a medium to high-grade occurrence that may host both open pit and underground resources within a highly prospective mining district. Pyramid is situated 30 miles north of Reno with year-round access and working conditions and has seen past mining and exploration activities over the past 135 years. In the past 30 years limited drilling and surface exploration has identified numerous silver and gold anomalies that indicate the property is highly mineralized and located on the highest grade structural zone within the mineralized structural corridor. The Pyramid Property is located within the Walker Lane Belt which is a structural and mineralized trend extending over 300 miles from Southern Nevada through Tonopah-Goldfield and the Comstock and into northeastern California. The famous Comstock Lode, located 50 miles south of Pyramid, was host to over 8 million ounces of gold and 200 million ounces of silver and was known for its extremely high-grade ores during the late 1800’s.
The Paradise Property – One Mile West of the Paradise Peak Mine
The Paradise Property is an epithermal gold-silver mineral system located in the historic Paradise Peak Mining District in the Walker Lane region of Western Nevada. The Property consists of two claimblocks that are centered on an east-west structural zone that is thought related to the Paradise Peak Mine pit just one mile to the west and on a northwest structural zone to the southwest of the Ketchup Flat pit. At least four historic reverse circulation drill holes are known on each claimblock that host chalcedonic alteration that is similar to that found associated with mineralization in the two pits. The four drill holes associated with the PPW claims define a continuous east-west structural zone that is at least 1,370 feet in length. The chalcedonic alteration is hosted in Tertiary-age volcanics although the surface rocks consist of an unknown thickness of alluvium