North East Rim of the Athabasca Basin



About Umfreville

Originally covering over 60,000 hectares, the Umfreville Project has been refined to the most prospective target areas using results from airborne gravity, magnetic and electromagnetic surveys as well as soil geochemistry.

The project sits on the North-East rim of the Athabasca Basin and lies over a complex series of cross-cutting faults which are typical mineralization settings. Prospective drill targets include geophysical signatures interpreted as being representative of hydrothermal alteration coincident with anomalous uranium-in-soil geochemistry.

The Umfreville Property covers approximately 12,217 hectares and consists of eight mineral claims.

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