A prominent malachite stain was seen during 1989 Geological Survey Branch field work, on some cliffs in the headwaters of "Skarn Creek". The showing was not visited.
Local geology is a sequence of andesitic tuffs, interbedded with subordinate wacke, siltstone and limestone. Limestone (mostly recrystallized occurs as thin beds or olistostranal debris within the volcanoclastic rocks. Monzodioritic intrusions of probably Jurassic age cut the sequence.
Host rocks are tentatively assigned to the Triassic Stuhini Group but they are similar to Permian and older Stikine Assemblage.
No work is known to have been done on the showing.