YUKON CANADA DAWSON (Klondike) AREA
12 Placer gold claims ready for mining.
Twenty continuous placer mining claims for sale.
This ground is virgin testing shows the gold.
Samples taken from the surface that were assayed show 27 ppm of Au recovery. From my calculations of approximately 12 mg in one pan from the surface, and given one cubic yard equals to 153 gold pans,
this would equal 1836 mg (1.84 g) equal to .059 oz in one yard. (0.5 meter)
Deeper gravels will pay better and different areas pay differently.
This is not a definite dollar per yard amount. This is my "computation" for your consideration. Measuring show the valley is 600-700 feet wide and excavations would make it even wider.
I don't know the depth of the gravels for sure though due to excavations from the road it is over 7-8 feet deep as well from averages of neighboring valleys I estimate it to be 12-14 feet deep.
The road is maintained by the Yukon government in the summer and by the other miners. Through the depth of winter, the road is not maintained.
Traveling on the dirt road the distance to Alaska Top of the World Highway is 14 miles (20 km), about a half hour drive. Traveling on the Alaska Top of the World Highway to Dawson is 50 miles (80 km), about an hour and half for drive.
The mining season typically goes from May to September maybe as late as October depending on the weather. California Creek is is a tributary to Sixtymile River. The creek flows approximately 2 m wide by .3 m deep.
12 claims area is 1.08 square km or 1,080,000 square m (600 m x 150 m each claim). Google map
Water license and land permit for mining are on the place.
Price for fast sale is 36 000 CAD.
12 claims of proven gold bearing gravels selling for under 3000$ per claim is very difficult to find here in the Yukon.
The valley is not forested most of the vegetation is 5-10 feet tall willows and aspen trees, with the exception of standing spruce near the steam itself.
For any more information ie: road information, more areal photos,
and or any other information you may need please feel free to contact us.
If you are interested or if you would like more information, please email.
For sale by owner.
Let me offer my new project - Livingstone Creek.
Not Livingstone area but at Livingstone Creek directly!
What is the Livingstone Creek? Well the Livingstone Creek is the most rich Creek in Yukon as the Eldorado Creek and Klondike river. A 75-mile winter road from Lake Laberge, just north of Whitehorse, provides access to the Livingstone Creek area. The Livingstone area has several airstrips so access is usually via fixed-wing aircraft from Whitehorse; approximately 50 air miles (80 kilometres) to the south-southwest. The main Livingstone airstrip is 4000 feet (1220 metres) long and has had DC-3 and Caribou aircraft landed on it. The local trails have become heavily overgrown, but still offer fairly good access to many areas with all-terrain vehicles. Livingstone is historical place for gold rush. Placer gold was found in 1898 by miners on their way to the Klondike. Much of the recovered gold contains large, rough nuggets. Max Fuerstner is my neighbour ( who is Max? - read here). Info about geology here
I am looking for investor and ready to sell to investor 50% of 32 gold claims on Livingstone Creek (now in prosecting lees stage and 3 miles length) 1000 CAD for 50% per each claim = 32 000 CAD.
After finish the researching work and with good standing status up to 5-10 years the price for each claim will be more then 3500 CAD. Time for this reseacrh is 1-2 month (2019 season).
The investor's money will spend for lightweight drilling machine, operation's fees and other researching equipment.
I have more information about previous research work (1981 and other). The gold in my place is proven.
If you interested feel free for ask me any questions.
Everyone can start gold mining in Yukon from any country.
Under the Placer Mining Act Yukon levies a royalty on all gold shipped from Yukon for export, whether in the form of gold dust as mined or bars. The royalty is computed at the rate of 2.5% of the value of the gold, or at such lesser rate as may be fixed by the Commissioner-in-Council. For this purpose, gold is valued at $15 per ounce. (37.5 cents per ounce!)