GoldHaven Resources Provides Update on Activities at Rio Loa and Announces US Trading Symbol Change to OTCQB: GHVNF
December 7, 2020
Vancouver, British Columbia, December 7, 2020 – GoldHaven Resources Corp. (“GoldHaven” or the “Company”) (CSE: GOH) (OTCQB: GHVNF) reports that GoldHaven crews have been conducting a trenching program to expose a 3.5km long by 1 to 1.5km wide high sulphidation alteration system below a thin cover of colluvium at Rio Loa.
The trenching has successfully discovered additional hydrothermal breccias within the Miocene age basement volcanics, volcanic breccias, epiclastic units with arenaceous sediments and dacitic domes. Opaline silica and minor kaolinite clay, typically associated with the steam heated alteration zone also occur within the newly discovered hydrothermal breccias. The presence of hydrothermal breccias are important as they form the host rocks to the gold and silver mineralization in deposits such as the Gold Field’s Salares Norte project located 25km to the north of the Rio Loa property.
The photos below show the area being trenched and the hydrothermal breccias discovered. The trenching, mapping and sampling program should be completed within the next week to 10 days, with assay results anticipated prior to the commencement of a Phase I drill program in January.
Patrick Burns, GoldHaven’s Head of Exploration stated:
“These exciting new developments at our Rio Loa project confirm that we have identified a large system with a high concentration of pathfinder element anomalies. GoldHaven is well-funded and plans to conduct additional infill trenching and sampling as well as geophysics over the large alteration zone immediately in order to prepare for a Phase I drill program in early 2021 at Rio Loa and also at our Roma Sur project. At the same time we will be advancing the Alicia and Coya projects which are also located within the prolific Maricunga Gold Belt”.
About GoldHaven Resources Corp.
GoldHaven Resources Corp. is a Canadian junior exploration company active in the Maricunga Gold Belt of northern Chile. The Maricunga measures 150 km north-south and 30 km east-west and is host to discoveries in the last ten years of 100M oz gold; 450M oz silver and 13 billion lbs copper. The Company has agreements in place to acquire seven high priority exploration targets as identified by geological studies. GoldHaven has identified four of these seven properties as being “High Priority” targets and, will commence a drilling program beginning during the first quarter of 2021. The four priority targets include Coya, located approximately 16 km northeast of the La Coipa mine where Kinross has extracted over 6.2 million oz.; the second is Rio Loa, a project located 25 km south of Gold Field’s Salares Norte deposit (5.2 M oz. AuEq); the third and fourth projects are Alicia and Roma which are approximately 35 km. south of the Salares Norte deposit. These priority targets have been designated as High Priority owing to the extensive pervasive alteration, favourable geology and highly anomalous rock geochemistry results as well as their relative proximity to existing deposits.
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