The Mom’s Peak showing is hosted by bedded Pennsylvanian volcaniclastic and clastic-calcareous sedimentary package of the Stikine Assemblage, intruded or cut by dikes or sills. The showing exhibits skarn-type mineralization, represented by chalcopyrite-bearing copper with elevated gold that are closely associated with garnet-magnetite mineralization.
Mom’s Peak contains several other showings or sub-showings - namely, Bridget, Caroline, Mary, Myra, Sandy and Corrine. These mineral showings generally occur along the edge of a magnetic high, as seen by airborne geophysics. The showing is described as mineralized outcrop and angular float with semi-massive to disseminated sulphides - mainly pyrite with occasional fine-grained chalcopyrite. Semi-massive magnetite, specularite, and jasperoid clasts were also noted.
Samples ranged up 3.33 grams per tonne gold and 2.59 per cent copper but were typically much lower (Assessment Report 30449). One grab sample assayed 0.596 gram per tonne gold and 0.38 per cent copper (Assessment Report 30449).
Drill hole R-07-4 was collared east and uphill of an area where angular boulders of massive pyrite, magnetite and specularite with visible chalcopyrite were noted in outcrop to a depth of 182.88 metres. Except for minor pyrite, this hole did not intersect any mineralized or altered interval. All the samples collected from these holes yielded low copper and/or gold values.
See Gab 12 (104B 335) for common work history details. See Northwest for details of the Newmont Lake work of Romios Gold that are relevant to the Mom's Peak occurrences including 2013 airborne geophysics which covers the Mom's Peak and Matterhorn prospects, and where R5'- M3,M3' (resistive and magnetic anomalies (R5'- M3, M3') are considered prime exploration targets by Romios Gold (Figure 20, Assessment Report 35016).