Operations Overview

The Bonanza Placer Property claims are located on the prolific Bonanza Creek drainage. Originally staked in 1897 the claims are at the centre of the historic Klondike gold rush and have been intermittently mined since that time. The most recent mining operations from 2003 through 2014 have been conducted by Roland Berglund and Daniel Trudeau who are the co-owners of the claims.

The claims have already been significant gold producers with rich Bonanza Creek deposits and high bench White Channel gravels, sidehill bedrock, and hydraulic fans available for mining. Recent operations have focused on the easily accessible bench gravels, and sidehill bedrock which have been profitably mined since 2003.