Digging gold

Digging gold means that you have the right to mine on a certain area, a claim. Finding this gold and washing it out of the ground is called "digging".

For this purpose, ground must be washed out with a lot of water. In the end, the heavy gold remains. It can be done by hand with the help of a gold pan or on a large scale with excavators, caterpillars and car washes.

Gold mine

One speaks of a gold mine if one works on several claims on a larger scale.
We have the necessary mining permits for our claims.

You can buy a finished gold mine from us, you only need equipment to start.

How to wash gold...

To separate the gold from the gravel is relatively simple and anyone can learn how to pan in three simple moves: 1) shovel a bit of paydirt in the pan, 2) dive it into the water and 3) move gently, in a round motion. Once in a while you should change the motion into a front to back long wave, by keeping the pan on a moderate angle, to allow the surficial gravel to escape. Your gold will sink to the bottom and settle there. By repeating these movements you will slowly eliminate all the lighter materials until only gold and some "black sand" (heavy minerals, mostly iron related) will be left on the bottom of your pan.

In a much bigger scale the separation of the gold occurs in the same way: the large washing plants are using the same principle of your pan (gravity, motion and water). The lighter gravel has to be washed away from the gold. For a big scale operations your shovel will be obviously substituted by excavators and dozers: the more is the gravel that you can wash, the more gold will be recovered. Quite simple eh?

What is a Claim?

A claim is a mineral concession released by the government: the right to collect the mineral (in our case gold) disseminated underground along an area of 9 hectares (for a regular claim), The claim owner is legally the owner of all the gold scattered along this particular area. A claim must be staked by following determinate criteria (wooden posts of certain dimension at certain distance, etc...) and recorded by the official mining authority (Mining Recorder Office).

Each claim or group of claims require a yearly amount of work performed within its boundaries, "for a minimum accomplished work of $ 200 per claims. Every excess of work done on a claim could be credited for a further year of ownership. The fee for the registration of a claim and/or its renewal is only $ 10 per year.

The difficult part for a miner isn't to stake a claim ...is to find the good one!

What is a prospecting lease?

A prospecting lease is an area of several miles that is still under exploration.
It includes a guaranteed exclusive right to be converted into claims.

The prospecting leases were selected by us after years of careful research and hard exploration along dozens of gold fields.
Each lease has confirmed gold and/or a history of successful hand mining in the past without the use of heavy equipment.
We test all leases with modern tools (excavators, GPRS and drills) to convert the best of them into active mining.

Yukon Territory

Yukon is a territory in the north-west of Canada and about 1.4 times as large as Germany. It only has 36,000 inhabitants of which 30,000 live in the capital: Whitehorse. On its west side the Territory borders with Alaska (U.S.), while in the south there is British Columbia. With the beginning of the gold rush in 1896 the history of the gold mining suddenly started and never ended. Jack London, Robert W. Service and other great writers contributed to spread gold fever and romanticism desire of northern adventure among the young generations of all-over the world. In spite of its historical popularity, it was only in 1944 that the Alaska Highway was built by the US Army. Yukon is today very modern but still strongly connected with its traditions: it's maintaining its own mining and immigration laws, the same as 100 years ago. Yukon has its name from the great river that flows through the Territory and further through Alaska. Today is one of the most popular natural areas in the world!


Canada has a stable legal system. The mining law in the Yukon Territory is liberal and reliable, based on more than 100 years of experience with enterprises from allover the world. Canada offers several advantage over other gold-producing countries, together with a good management of the natural resources. Here placer gold mining is becoming more and more a low-impact industry from the ecological point of view, where the use of polluting chemicals is strongly forbidden, contrariwise to Africa, South America or Asia. The Yukon Government is welcoming who want to invest in the mining industry because the gold is one of the most significant product of the territory. The placer deposits of the Yukon are still an important source of this precious metal and the new/high price of it is boosting the industry. This Country offers interesting investment opportunities together with unique natural experiences. This lifetime's adventure will become a great reward for your business investment in the Yukon!