The Miner Mountain project is based in the Quesnel Stikine Terrane, which currently contains three copper gold porphyry projects approaching production. Located immediately East of the Town of Princeton, and 16 kms North of Copper Mountain the project has immediate access to highways, hydro power, full communication, and is accessible year round.
The bulk of the property is composed of the volcanic Andesite flows of the Eastern Facies of the Upper Triassic Nicola Group and the sub-volcanic intrusive Diorites and Micro Diorites. These rocks have been heavily faulted and altered and host the alkalic porphyry mineralization. Intercalated with the volcanics there is minor limestone . To the west and north, the property crosses the Boundary Fault, a major structure separating the volcanics and intrusives of the Nicola Group from the sediments of the Eocene Princeton Group.
The dominant geology of the Princeton sheet is a north-northwesterly trending belt of Upper Triassic Nicola Group metavolcanics and metasediments.