The T showing is on the ridge separating Whipsaw Creek and the Similkameen River, about 2.5 kilometres southwest of Kennedy Lake and 15.5 kilometres southwest of Princeton.
Disseminated copper mineralization occurs in fine-grained porphyritic volcanics and sediments, likely of the Upper Triassic Nicola Group.
Anchor Mines Ltd. drilled four holes totalling 272 metres in 1969 and 1971. During 2007 through 2009, Canadian international Minerals Inc. examined the area as the Copper Mountain property. Exploration work included programs of limited prospecting and sampling and an airborne magnetometer and electromagnetic survey.