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SOME CURRENTLY AVAILABLE BLUE SKY POTENTIAL PROJECTS

Rich River Exploration Ltd. actively researches, acquires and advances high potential mineral properties.

Our projects are selected very carefully and we make sure that we do not conflict with exploration conducted by any of our corporate clients.

Our ethics and reputation regarding this policy, always will be maintained within the industry!

Our objective is to offer these properties for sale, by way of a working option to purchase. Contact us for more information. 

COLBY MINES  Zn DEPOSIT ..........Broken Hill Model...1.67 million tonnes grading 0.58 % Pb and 2.6 % Zn - open along strike. Numerous targets with Trenching permit in place.

Carbonate-hosted, nonsulphide base metal (CHNSBM) deposit type. High grade zinc is known to occur in numerous showings over a 8 Km strike length. The area is known to contain in excess of 65 separate? Mineral occurrences, some of which display considerable aerial extent as revealed by surface stripping. Mineralization occurs as primary sulphides and as oxide zones containing smithsonite and cerussite.

Sed-Ex with Veins, Plus VMS Zones, High grade Zinc, with Silver Gold and Copper. Good road access and infrastructure, no land issues.


High Grade Ag-Pb-Zn-Cu-Au : Manto-MVT-Sed-Ex-Veins, showings over 5 Km in two zones.


High Grade Gold with Ag-Cu-Pb-Zn in quartz vein. 40.11 grams per tonne gold and 50.40 grams

per tonne silver over a width of 1.7 metres, 700 m strike proven

The high grade polymetallic Regal Project (previously known as the Allco Property) is under option to Affinity Metals

The 8,800 hectare property hosts multiple past-producing mines including the Regal Silver, the Allco Silver mine and the Snowflake mine. 

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Diamond and Rare Earth project located in S-E British Columbia 

One of the only true proven diamond bearing kimberlite pipes in BC. 


Gold mineralisation occurs in Massive sulphide lenses, silicified and hornfelsed volcanics, sulfide poor garnetite skarn, pyritic bleached diorite, quartz- arsenopyrite veins and as fine disseminated native gold in chalcedonic veins cutting marble.


The North Island Copper Project covers 7 known documented mineral occurrences, just north of the past producing Island Copper Mine.

BHP’s past producing Island Copper mine which produced 345 million metric tonnes @ 0.41% Cu, 0.017% Mo, 0.19 g/t Au, and 1.4 g/t Ag. During its prime operating period the Island Copper mine was Canada’s third-largest copper producer. The Mine produced about 1227 million kilograms of copper, 35,268 kilograms of gold, 360,800 kilograms of silver), 32 million kilograms of molybdenum and 236 kilograms of rhenium from 367 million tonnes of ore.                                                     

Selected samples returned values in copper ranging from 4.11 to 9.3 per cent. Associated silver values are between 2.4 and 112.81 grams per tonne and gold values ranges up to 21.50 grams per tonne. Veins - Skarns with VMS potential  

The Jackpot Mountain Gold showings are a fairly recent discovery. The showings were initially discovered in 2000 on new logging roads. Gold has been sampled in high sulphide rocks grading up to 135.09 gm/mt.

Beaverdell Granite Quarry - The quarry measures approximately 40 metres long by 12 metres high at its face with large potential reserves extending north of the site. Numerous large granite blocks are quarried and ready to ship.

The Big Bar Gold project is located in the north end of the Spences Bridge Gold Belt. Precious metals occur in epithermal brecciated quartz-carbonate zones. Drilling intersected 4.49 gpt gold across 3 meters and 2.50 grams per tonne gold across 9 meters. Soil anomalies and well mineralised float occur outside of the main area of prior work activity. 

The Gold Band property covers a large area of gold soil anomalies, massive sulphide showings and gold bearing stratigraphy.

The primary target is an auriferous siliceous oxide facies iron formation and auriferous quartz veins. Samples of the iron formation analyzed up to 9.05 grams per tonne gold and 29.0 grams per tonne silver over 0.22 metre, and 1.21 grams per tonne gold and 1.1 grams per tonne silver over 5.46 metres. Chip samples over 1.3 metres have returned results of 4.20 grams per tonne gold.

Trenches contain narrow quartz veins with visible gold, returning assays of 52.8 g/t Au and 254.92 g/t Au. Gold in soil anomaly, approximately 650 meters by 200 meters in size. Gold in soil values of 1,280 ppb Au with accompanying elevated silver and arsenic.

Headwaters of the Placer gold producing Kettle River.

A large number of mineral zones occur on the MOLLIE GIBSON - GOLDEN LODE (Formerly) The Burnt Basin Gold camp, most of which have seen limited modern exploration. 3 main styles of mineralization, including Au-Ag quartz veins, Pb-Zn-Ag-Cu-Au mineralization in argillaceous limestone. High grade auriferous massive pyrrhotite-pyrite mineralization. Significant gold values up to 270 gpt/Au (8 oz/t Au)

Porphyry type copper mineralization occurs over a 1500 by 1000 metres area. Mineralization consists of chalcopyrite, pyrite and bornite, with associated limonite and malachite, primarily in massive andesite, but also in pyroclastics and diorite. The sulphides occur as disseminations, pods and in quartz stringers and in silicified altered volcanics. Jasper and silica with chalcopyrite and galena occur along fractures, stringers and veins which parallel a main fault structure. 

Porphyry Cu +/- Mo +/- Au With Epithermal Gold Potential. Numerous occurrences of Malachite, Bornite and Cuprite are found in shear zones and disseminated within the Triassic Mount Lytton Complex diorites and quartz diorites. Spences Bridge Group volcanic rocks occur on the property,