Snowline Gold Corp – A new light on the Yukon

Snowline

Gold Corp

A new light on the Yukon

Snowline’s cornerstone position in the Selwyn Basin presents the opportunity as first-movers to develop a new greenfield district-scale gold system

Why Snowline?

Snowline is going big and focused on district-scale, greenfield gold discoveries with the goal of finding world-class gold deposits in the Yukon, Canada.

Einarson Project

The Einarson property covers 5 primary target areas for Carlin style and epizonal orogenic gold mineralization with high-grade surface grab samples and kilometres-scale gold anomalies in soils.

Rogue Project

The Rogue project covers a newly-discovered Tombstone series intrusion and a suspected buried intrusion with an intact carapace with visible gold observed in sulphide veins.

Recent Updates

SNOWLINE GOLD INTERSECTS 13.9 GRAMS PER TONNE GOLD OVER 6.0 M INCLUDING 45.0 GRAMS PER TONNE GOLD OVER 1.5 METRES AMONG WIDESPREAD GOLD HITS AT ITS JUPITER ZONE, EINARSON

October 13, 2021

Snowline Gold Corp. is pleased to announce additional assay results from Phase I drilling at the Jupiter zone on its district-scale Einarson gold project in the Yukon Territory, Canada. A set of three holes drilled radially from the same pad as J-21-011 (see Snowline’s August 25, 2021 news release) all hit significant gold mineralization, indicating a broad zone comprising multiple gold-bearing structures and rock units.

SNOWLINE GOLD ENCOUNTERS VISIBLE GOLD IN JUPITER DRILL CORE, COMPLETES 439 KILOMETRE ELECTROMAGNETIC SURVEY AT URSA

September 16, 2021

Snowline Gold Corp. is pleased to provide an update on its exploration activities on its Einarson, Rogue and Ursa projects in the Yukon Territory, Canada. Core cutting for drill core sampling in Hole J-21-020 revealed two instances of visible gold, the first visible gold observed in the Jupiter zone. It is Snowline’s second discovery of visible gold in drill core on a previously untested target in two weeks. At Rogue, additional visible gold has been observed in drill holes V-21-003 and 004, complementing previously observed trace visible gold mineralization in V-21-001 and 002. At Ursa, an extensive aerial versatile time domain electromagnetic (VTEM) survey has been completed across 439 km, covering most of the claim block at 200 m line spacings in preparation for possible drilling.