4.1 Accessibility

The Coffee Project is located within the Dawson Range, approximately 130 kilometres south ofDawson City and approximately 160 kilometres northwest of Carmacks. The claims form an irregular rectangular block situated parallel to and south of the Yukon River (see Figure 1).

The Casino copper-gold porphyry deposit (Western Copper Corporation) is located approximately 30 kilometres southeast of the main drilled zones on the Coffee Project.

Access to the property is by helicopter from Dawson or Carmacks, or conversely, by airplane to the Thistle Creek or Coffee Creek airstrips, and from there by helicopter. In 2011, Kaminak constructed a 23-kilometre road from the barge landing at the Coffee Creek Camp to the Supremo and Latte drilling areas. This road is expected to be the main access to the work sites during future exploration campaigns.

4.2 Local Resources and Infrastructure

Although there are currently no all-weather or winter roads connecting the camp to any of the major communities in the Yukon, access to the Coffee Project is good. An air strip is located on Thistle Creek approximately 20 kilometres from the areas of gold mineralization and a second airstrip is located at the Coffee Creek Camp, approximately 10 kilometres from these areas.

River access to the area is provided by barge landings on the Yukon River near both camps. River transport along the Yukon River from Dawson City to the mouth of Thistle Creek is available for five months during the summer period when the river is free of ice.