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Strategic Strength

Drill intercepts of up to 1.5 g/t Au over 24m

Over 150k oz placer gold produced

Placer is coarse grained gold with a local source

Heavy equipment on-site and road-accessible

60 km2 of tenure over 3 gold producing creeks

Sixtymile, Yukon

The Sixtymile Project is located 2 hours west of Dawson City in the Yukon. It is road accessible and only 20 minutes from the Top of the World highway. The Project is located over three gold-bearing creeks that have produced over 150,000 ounces of gold since the discovery of gold in Yukon in the late 18th century.

The Property can be efficiently and effectively explored thanks to heavy equipment on site. Graders, dozers and hoes are available to maintain and create access roads, drill pads and trenches. The placer miners also remove gravels and expose bedrock in the process which can be mapped and assessed for mineralization by geologists on site.

Flow Metals optioned the Project from award-winning prospector and geologist Roger Hulstein in 2018, based on favourable drill results of up to 24m at 1.6 g/t (DD11-18) and the occurrence of gold in the creeks. The property was drilled and trenched in October 2020. Exploration combines structural mapping with high-resolution geophysics to define drill and trench targets. RAB drilling is used to identify the best targets to be followed up with diamond drills.

Relogging of historical core as well as the new drilling in 2020 has highlighted the potential of the Sixtymile Property to host significant orogenic and epithermal gold mineralization. Mineralized silica sinter and other rocks with boiling textures are indicative of a high level gold mineralizing event. Faults also host gold and show that gold mineralization was coeval with faulting, a prerequisite for orogenic gold deposits.

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Vancouver BC
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Gold@FlowMetals.com
604 725 1857