Snowline Gold – Step Out Drill Results From The Valley Zone Intersecting 1.45 g/t Gold Over 285.2 m, Including 2.48 g/t Gold Over 128.2 m From Bedrock Surface

November 29, 2022

Scott Berdahl, CEO of Snowline Gold (CSE:SGD – OTQCQB:SNWGF) joins us to recap the November 15th news release reporting 2 drill results from the Valley Zone on the Rogue Project, in Yukon. Here is a summary of the 2 holes released.

  • Hole V-22-014 returned 1.45 g/t Au over 285.2 m, including 2.48 g/t Au over 128.2 m from bedrock surface in 160 m step-out from previous holes
  • Full results in for V-22-007 returned 1.89 g/t Au over 410.0 m (entire length in mineralization), including previously announced 3.24 g/t Au over 146.0 m


We have Scott recap these results and explain what it means for the overall Valley Zone. We also look ahead to the remaining holes still at the assay lab that amount to 80%, or 10,530 meters. Take a look at the cross section and Valley Zone plan map below to follow along with our conversation with Scott.


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Figure 1 – Cross section showing V-22-007 & 014 results received to date and vein densities alongside instances of visible gold observed during logging. Hole 014 suggests continuity of high-grade (>2 g/t Au) mineralization in 007 to surface, and it broadens the zone to the southwest. Views look northwest. Note that V-22-028 is slightly in the foreground (see Figure 2). As a scale reference, the Eiffel Tower is 330 m tall from base to tip.
Figure 2 – 2022 drilling at the Valley Zone, showing assays received to date (top) and vein densities alongside instances of visible gold observed during logging (bottom). Visual results indicate the presence of a large central zone within the broader Valley intrusion bearing higher vein densities. Initial analytical results for this zone consistently carry unusually high grades for a reduced intrusion-related gold system.