Seabridge Gold

Courageous Lake: LOCATION & CLIMATE

The Courageous Lake Project is located south of Courageous Lake at 64°05' north latitude and 111°15' west longitude, approximately 240 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife in Canada's Northwest Territories. The site is north of the tree line in the zone of continuous permafrost.

The property lies in a historic mining district and includes two past producing gold mines. Year round access is available by air, either by fixed wing aircraft to the airstrip at the former Salmita mine six kilometers to the south of the FAT Deposit or via float-equipped aircraft to several adjacent lakes. During mid-winter, access is available via a winter road which branches from the main winter road to the Lupin Mine. There are about 10 kilometers of gravel roads located on the property which served as access routes to conduct exploration.

The property is characterized by undulating hills of tundra vegation, occasional low scrub brush and exposed bedrock with maximum change in elevation of only 30 meters. The altitude of the project is about 450 meters above sea leavel, and the average temperatures range from about -21 to 70 degrees F. Average precipitation is about 11 inches per year.