The Tsitsutl Mountain showing is located 4267 metres south-south west of Tsitsutl Mountain at an elevation of about 1524 metres.
The showing is hosted within Upper Paleozoic ultramafic rocks. This suite of rocks is of probable ophiolitic affinity related to the oceanic Upper Paleozoic Cache Creek Group on which it lies.
A massive lens, 1.5 to 2.1 metres long, of almost pure chromite occurs within rust coloured serpentinized dunite. The margins of the lens dip outwards at 60 degrees and are sharply defined. Chromite nodules, 5 to 7.6 centimetres in diameter, also occur in the area. See also 093N 016, 033, 034, 035 and 040 for related geological information.