This property is located on Waldie creek near its junction with Sheep Creek. The Kootenay Belle (082FSW046) property adjoins on the northeast. Other associated properties are the Yellowstone, Queen, Vancouver and Midnight (082FSW052, 048, 049 and 050).
The Alexander vein occurs in quartzite of the Lower Cambrian Quartzite Range Formation (correlative with rocks of the Hamill Group). The vein, typical of the Sheep Creek camp, is a northeast trending quartz vein along a fault zone which has about 3 metres dextral movement. The vein is for the most part narrow and little more than a fissure but locally is up to 30 to 50 centimetres wide. Two small ore shoots in the order of 13 and 4 metres long respectively, were intersected and a small amount of ore was produced which contained pyrite and galena in a quartz gangue. Oxidation of the vein extends to all the old working levels. Two quartz porphyry sills, which are a combined 5 metres thick, intruded the sedimentary succession and are exposed in the underground workings. See the Queen occurrence (082FSW048) for a summary of the general geology of the Sheep Creek camp.