Cedar Mountain President Charles Chebry on Alaska gold assays including 1.04 g/t over 26.8m

Cedar Mountain Exploration Inc TSXV:CED announced results from its Kelly Creek project on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Assays include:

0.71 g/t gold over 12 metres

0.74 g/t over 21.7 metres (including 1.08 g/t over 7.2 metres)

1.28 g/t over 3 metres

1.04 g/t over 26.8 metres (including 2.07 g/t over 10.1 metres)

0.88 g/t over 16.5 metres (including 1.34 g/t over 7.5 metres)

1.31 g/t over 6.1 metres

President/CEO Charles Chebry tells ResourceClips.com, “The Kelly Creek project is an unglaciated environment, and we’ve found that soil-geochem work is very effective in identifying areas that are prospective for gold. We have several very large gold-in-soil footprints there. We were able to drill five different targets this year, and some of those targets had multiple zones. We’ve drilled a total of 4,800 metres—45 very shallow holes. Today’s release was centred on the first area, itself called Kelly Creek, which had two zones. For the first pass, I think those are pretty encouraging results.

Read the interview.