Nevada Portfolio


Overview of the Portfolio

In 2007 Almadex's predecessor, Almaden Minerals, initiated a regional exploration program in Nevada. This work resulted in the acquisition by staking of several new projects where high sulphidation epithermal gold-silver mineralization and alteration occur including the Willow Project located in Douglas and Lyon Counties.

These 100% owned projects range from alteration zones that require target definition through drill-ready projects.

Listed below are brief descriptions of several projects within Almadex's Nevada portfolio.


Monte Cristo Project

Gold | Minerals County

The Monte Cristo Project is 100% owned by Almadex and was acquired by staking. The ~170 hectare claim covers an area of hydrothermal alteration and quartz veining interpreted to represent a low sulphidation gold-silver system. Past work includes limited surface mapping and sampling. Future plans include diamond drilling to test these targets.

Paradise Valley

Gold | Nye County

The Paradise Valley project is 100% owned by Almadex and was acquired by staking. The ~884 hectare project covers an area of intense hydrothermal alteration interpreted to represent a high sulphidation gold system similar to the nearby Paradise Peak gold deposit mined historically. Past work includes surface mapping, sampling and geophysics. Future plans include diamond drilling to test these targets.

Veta

Gold | Nye County

The Veta project is 100% owned by Almadex and was acquired by staking. The project covers 33 hectares of an area of intense hydrothermal alteration interpreted to represent a high sulphidation gold system similar to the nearby Sante Fe gold deposit mined historically. Past work includes surface mapping and sampling. Future plans include diamond drilling to test these targets.

Willow

Gold / Copper | Douglas and Lyon Counties

The 100% Almadex-owned Willow Project was acquired by stacking. The project covers roughly 1,025 hectares of intense hydrothermal alteration interpreted to represent a porphyry “lithocap”, the hydrothermal alteration overlying a large porphyry system with significant copper, gold and molybdenum potential.

Read more about the Willow Project here +