The Kinskuch Lake project is located in northwestern BC at the southern end of BC's "Golden Triangle. The property is located in an area of good infrastructure and resources. The town of Stewart has a helicopter base and access to many basic services. The cities of Terrace and Smithers are 310 km and 330 km away respectively, and can provide any resources required. The small community of Alice Arm and the abandoned town of Kitsault lie approximately 20 km south-southwest of the property. Kitsault is a 170 km drive from Terrace and is serviced with electricity through the BC Hydro grid. Access to the property during the 2017 field season was by helicopter from the Kinskuch Forest Services road located approximately 17km from the camp location. The weather in the Stewart-Alice Arm area is highly variable with a considerable snow pack in the winter and variable summer weather conditions commonly associated with northern BC high alpine properties. Surface work such as geological, geochemical and geophysical surveys is limited to snow free months that range from approximately mid-June to early-October.
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