Our Nevada Projects

The Nevada Projects are more widely dispersed than the Arizona Projects and generally divided into two locations. The West Bolo / Hot Creek Project which is situated adjacent to what has been described as Carlin-style gold mineralization. Carlin-style gold deposits make-up the vast majority of Nevada’s gold production at approximately 50 million ounces Au and 437 million ounces Ag. The Klondyke and Tonopah SIN & Divide Projects are situated within the Walker Lane Trend of gold mineralization that has produced more than 50 million ounces Au and 174 million ounces of Ag from structural controlled epithermal deposits. The Klondyke Tonopah SIN and Divide projects are contiguous with the West Vault Mining Inc., Hasbrouck Project that includes a reported combined measured and indicated mineral resource of 738,000 ounces Au and 14,096,000 Ag in 54,185,000 tons along with an inferred mineral resource of 104,000 ounces Au and 2,249,000 ounces Ag in 11,772,000 tons (source: West Vault Mining Inc. Compilation work is currently underway for all three of these projects. Upon completion, geophysical work will be completed with follow-up surface bedrock mapping and sampling.

Summary map illustrating Pershing Resources Nevada Gold Projects. The Klondyke and Tonopah SIN Divide are located within the central area of the Walker Lane Gold Trend and the West Bolo Project is situated at the southern extent of the Carlin-style gold trends and along northeastern extension of the Walker Lane Gold Trend.