Hidden One


The Hidden One claims are 8,079 hectares in size and are located 50 kilometres northeast of 100 Mile House, BC. The claims are adjacent to the north and west of Eastfield's Iron Lake claims.


Eastfield owns a 100% interest acquired through staking.


The significance of the claims derives from their mapped geology which is indicated to be within the Upper Triassic/ Lower Jurassic Takomkame Batholith which is the entity responsible for the recent "Southeast Zone" porphyry copper-gold-molybdenum discovery of Consolidated Woodjam Copper Corp and Gold Fields Canada Exploration.

Very little work has been undertaken in the area of the Hidden-one claims which is alternately overburden covered or underlain by fresh quartz monzonite to granodiorite intrusive.

The 2012 exploration program on Hidden One included induced polarization and magnetometer surveying and rock sampling. The results of this work included two new and untested chargeable and magnetic anomalies discovered on reconnaissance lines within the calc-alkaline Takomkane batholith which have attributes of a porphyry copper response.


The claims, which are road accessible, occupy a heavily logged fir-pine forest at generally low to moderate elevations.


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