Maggie Creek

In the Heart of the World Famous Carlin Gold Trend


  • U.S. Gold Corp. acquired Orevada Metals, Inc. in an all share transaction in September, 2019

  • Orevada has an option to earn-in up to a 70% interest in the Maggie Creek exploration project

  • Maggie Creek is located on the world-famous Carlin Trend in North Central Nevada

  • The Maggie Creek property is next door to Newmont’s 25-million-ounce Gold Quarry Mine

  • Maggie Creek is approximately 3 square miles of unpatented mining claims

  • Recent discoveries at Carlin (Leeville) and Gold Quarry (Chukar) demonstrate the potential for large high-grade deposits at depth – mostly untested at Maggie Creek

  • The Rainbow deposit occurs immediately south of project boundary

  • Host rocks and fault structures associated with Gold Quarry trend onto the Maggie Creek Project with historic drilling limited primarily to shallow holes

  • The Chukar-Alunite Fault structure, important to much of the high-grade mineralization at Gold Quarry, projects into the Maggie Creek Property where it intersects the NW structural corridor

  • Dikes on the property likely misunderstood and under-represented by previous operators

  • 241 historic drill-holes have mostly been shallow with a mean depth of 300 feet

  • The relationship between dikes and gold mineralization has not been historically well understood. However, all of the key ore zones at South Arturo (Premier / Barrick JV) occur where vertical dikes intersect the Rodeo Creek formation at depth

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