The Hall Lake Property located approximately 50km west of Cranbrook, BC consists of three contiguous claim blocks totaling over 10,000 hectares staked and owned 100% by Eagle Plains Resources. A network of logging roads provides access to the area and transmission lines run to a microwave tower on the property. The Hall Lake claims are centered over the Hall Lake Stock, a granodioritic intrusive hosted by the Creston and Aldridge sediments. The presence of mid-Cretaceous granitic intrusions, solitary, stockwork and sheeted quartz veins with Au-W-Bi metal signatures, and RGS anomalies for pathfinder elements gave reason to believe there may be proximal-related gold mineralization. Exploration on the Hall Lake Property to date has been limited to preliminary prospecting and geochemical sampling. Anomalous Gold and Silver mineralization appears to be associated with a large felsic dyke located near the contact between the intrusive and the Creston sediments.
This project is currently under option.
Updated August 14, 2012
Hall Lake - Project Details [PDF]
Hall Lake Project Compilation Map [PDF]
Hall Lake Regional Geology Map [PDF]
Hall Lake - Project Brochure [PDF]
Dec19, 2011 - Airborne Geophysical Summary
Sep 16, 2011 - Hall Lake Optioned
Sep 9, 2011 - Major Geophysics Commence
Feb 3, 2003 - EPL Stakes Gold Target