The Harry property straddles the Salmon River Glacier covering a series of gossans located along the old Granduc Mining Road. It lies just west of the Dilworth property of Ascot Resources
Highly anomalous gold and gold-arsenic geochemical samples have been taken along the ice edge and also along the old Granduc road. The property was drilled in 2010 outlining a zone in the vicinity of old workings which is also gold anomalous.
The Harry property is situated 30 kilometers north of the deepwater port of Stewart, British Columbia. It covers the lowermost, eastern rocky side of the Salmon Glacier and also significant parts of the Glacier itself. The local area has seen much exploration by Ascot Resources on its neighbouring Dilworth property and also its Premier property to the south.
Extensive areas of anomalous gold values have been found during geochemical traverses taken along the edge of the Salmon Glacier. Source for these anomalies remains unknown.
A series of gossans, some of them gold anomalous, also outcrop along the old Granduc mining road. One of these was drilled in 2010 with the second hole returning a 9.15m interval, from 50.90 to 60.05m, which ran 0.72 g/t gold. This hole had to be stopped because it encountered underground workings.