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TREK SET TO DRILL CHAMPAGNE POOL EPITHERMAL GOLD TARGET


Earthmoving completed and drill contractor secured for maiden drilling program at untested gold target in WA’s Pilbara region.

Highlights

Pincunah Gold Project, WA:

  • Drilling planned to commence in the coming weeks at the untested high potential Champagne Pool gold target within Trek’s Pincunah Project in the Pilbara region of WA.

  • Strong surface geochemical indicators are suggestive of a cap to an epithermal gold system, with the gold zone likely ‘intact’ sub-surface. •

  • Earthmoving in progress and drill contract awarded, with drilling set to commence in the coming weeks.

Trek Metals’ CEO Derek Marshall said the Company was looking forward to the imminent commencement of drilling at Champagne Pool, which marked the start of a gold-dominated exploration field season in 2024.


“After Trek discovered a large, robust multi-element soil anomaly at the Valley of the Gossans (VOG) prospect, our exploration team, supported by expert independent consultants, have now identified a very exciting new gold opportunity along strike from the base metal target.


“The team has identified a favourable zone along the same geological horizon that is interpreted to represent the cap to a buried epithermal gold system. This is of critical importance, as our previous drilling at VOG indicated that, while we were within a large mineralised system, the gold zone had likely been eroded away and we were left with the root of the system. The newly identified target at Champagne Pool appears to have the entire system preserved, presenting a very compelling drill target.


“I’m looking forward to getting the drill turning very soon and wish the TKM team and shareholders the best of luck for this exciting drill program.”


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