Another Copper-Gold Porphyry Discovery in the GT

Enduro Metals Corp. has discovered a new alkalic porphyry system at Burgundy Ridge on its Newmont Lake project in northwestern British Columbia. Drill hole BR21-001 intersected 331 metres of 0.71% copper equivalent starting at surface. Geological evidence suggests the drill hole is on the fringes of a large system. Enduro is just wrapping up another big exploration season, with abundant results pending.

Enduro, led by an aggressive young management and technical team, has made huge advances in understanding the geology of a project that has been looked at for decades. Their use of sophisticated geological science combined with youthful determination and tenacity finally generated a discovery after decades of work by others. This huge project has lots more discovery potential.

Enduro is about to bring another innovation to the GT: the use of a winter road. Helicopters represent one of the biggest cost items in exploring the Triangle. Enduro plans to use snowcats to bring in bulk supplies for next season, including fuel and drill rods. Last winter, they scouted the route, which involves driving snowcats up the frozen rivers and creeks. This innovation will have a huge impact, for Enduro and for others that follow their path.