Amarc Resources Ltd.

Galileo District


Amarc owns a 100% interest in the Galileo properties, which are located within the Blackwater district, southwest of Vanderhoof, BC.

The Company completed a helicopter-borne, magnetic and electromagnetic geophysical survey over Galileo, from which epithermal gold-silver and porphyry gold-copper-type targets were identified for ground evaluation. At Galileo the results of more than 230 line kilometres of Induced Polarization ("IP") ground geophysical surveys, combined with information from soil geochemical surveys and prospecting have identified four principle target areas with the potential to represent important sulphide systems for drill testing. Drill permits have been received.

Galileo - Location & Infrastructure

Galileo - IP Surveys Have Delineated Four Major Sulphide Systems

Galileo and Newton- Comparison of IP Chargeability Anomalies

The Galileo property is located approximately 20 kilometres southwest of New Gold's Blackwater gold deposit (Proven and Probable Reserves of 344.4 million tonnes at an average grade of 0.74 g/t gold and 5.5 g/t silver, containing 8.2 million gold ounces and 60.8 million silver ounces; New Gold news release December 12, 2013).

Amarc's Galileo property lies approximately 135 kilometres southwest of the town of Vanderhoof and 176 kilometres southwest of northern BC's regional hub city of Prince George. The area is characterized by subdued topography and is well served by existing transportation and power infrastructure and a skilled workforce, which supports an active exploration and mining industry.