The Kim 53 (K-14) occurrence is located east of Burnett Creek, approximately 2.6 kilometres south of McGinty Lake.
The area is underlain by mid-Proterozoic (Helikian) Aldridge Formation (Purcell Supergroup) quartzites, greywackes and argillites. These have been intruded by dioritic sills of the Proterozoic Moyie Intrusions.
Locally, as exposed at surface, 10 to 15-centimetre wide, east-north east trending quartz veins host gold values. Diamond drilling has intercepted traces of galena and sphalerite are disseminated within quartzites, greywackes and argillites. Chlorite is associated with sulphides within the sediments. Minor chalcopyrite occurs within quartz veinlets in a diorite sill of the Proterozoic Moyie Intrusions.
In 1977, diamond drilling yielded an average of 0.03 per cent copper over 25 metres of diorite (Assessment Report 5967).
In 2003, two surface rock samples (MW69 and 70) of quartz veins yielded 137.3 and 139.1 grams per tonne silver with 16.57 and 18.46 grams per tonne gold, respectively; whereas trench samples assayed up to 1.89 grams per tonne gold over 0.5 metre from trench 15 (sample MW140) and a grab sample (MW141) from trench 16 assayed 24.6 grams per tonne silver with 0.63 gram per tonne gold (Assessment Report 27345).
In 2010, two rock samples (CK10-072 and 073) from a former trench assayed 4.13 and 2.03 grams per tonne gold, respectively, and greater than 100 grams per tonne silver (Assessment Report 32126).
Another zone of mineralization, identified by trenching and located approximately 400 metres to the north west, consists of an east-north east striking quartz vein with pyrite and galena mineralization in sericite- altered rocks.
In 2003, a sample (MW147) from trench 19 assayed 0.252 per cent copper, greater than 1.0 per cent lead, 190.9 grams per tonne silver, 2.56 grams per tonne gold and greater than 0.2 per cent antimony (Assessment Report 27345).
In 2010, two rock samples (CK10-041 and 039) assayed up 2.28 grams per tonne gold, greater than 100 grams per tonne silver, 0.763 per cent copper, 0.175 zinc and greater than 1.0 per cent lead (Assessment Report 32126).
In 2012, drill hole GC12-01 yielded up to 0.76 gram per tonne gold over 1.0 metre (Assessment Report 32895).
In 1968 and 1969, Imperial Oil completed a program of gravity, electromagnetic and magnetic surveys on the area as the Kim claims. In 1974 and 1975, Imperial Oil completed three diamond drill holes, totalling 357.0 metres. In 1976 and 1977, Chevron Standard extended a previously drilled hole to a total of 760.0 metres. In 2003, Sedex Mining and Super Group Holdings completed a program of rock and soil sampling, geological mapping, trenching and a 77.0 line-kilometre electromagnetic survey on the area as the MW claims. In 2010, Kootenay Gold completed a program of rock sampling and geological mapping on the area as the GCP claims. In 2012, Fjordland Exploration completed three diamond drill holes, totalling 592.8 metres, an 11.8 line-kilometre magnetic survey and a 118.0 line-kilometre induced polarization survey on the area.