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WestMountain Gold | About the Company              

WestMountain Gold owns and operates the Terra Gold Project in Alaska – a promising gold and silver project

  • Located 130 miles west-northwest of Anchorage, Alaska with 344 Mining Claims over ~55,000 acres

  • Situated along the Tintina Gold Belt where large mineral resources have been discovered and are being mined

  • Gold and silver is in the form of electrum and is concentrated in narrow vertical veins of quartz located on the property

  • Currently permitted for advanced exploration, with bulk sampling operations providing potential for cash flow during exploration program

NI 43-101 estimated indicated & inferred resource estimate of 703k oz Au (at 11.3 g/t) and 949k oz Ag (at 15.3 g/t) for narrow vein underground mining at a 5 g/t cutoff and over 2.5-million-ounces Au (at 1.3 g/t) and 4.4-million-ounces Ag (at 2.3 g/t) with a bulk mining operation at a 0.35 g/t cutoff (non-SEC standards)

  • >4,500 ounces of gold extracted through 2020, from ~3,000 tonnes processed – representing grade of ~46 g/t Au

  • Drilled 74 holes / 15,392 m on four claims – representing a fraction of the potential gold and silver resources on property

  • Existing infrastructure in place for continued exploration

Other identified locations on the property show significant potential for mineralization

  • In addition to holes drilled, over 2,000 surface samples assayed

  • Additional exploration techniques included magnetic surveying, induced polarization studies (IP), very-low frequency radio wave analysis (VLF)  LiDAR, high-resolution aerial photography, and geological mapping in broader claims area indicate mineralization across the property

Ideal mining location with “Green Gold” operations leaving minimal environmental impact

  • No international currency or political risk; no fish or wildlife issues; no Native land-claim, NIMBYism, wetlands or environmental issues

  • No Federal mining permits required - US Army Corp of Engineers - Jurisdictional Determined 

  • Current operations use traditional mining methods; crushing rocks and flushing with water – the output of which is gold and silver, water and rock

  • Water and rock ultimately go back into the ground

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