The Red Summit Mine claims consist of two 100% owned patented claims situated within the Rowan Mine property. The Red Summit Mine claims lie within a regional defined east-west trending gold bearing structure known as the Pipestone Bay St Paul Deformation Zone.
The main focus of past exploration on the Red Summit Mine claims has been the Red Summit/Red Crest Mine. Gold was discovered in the area in 1928 and work has continued sporadically since then. Limited surface diamond drilling over the years has resulted in the discovery of several gold bearing zones in the vicinity of the mine shaft.
West Red Lake Gold drill results indicate that the gold mineralization envelope extends for at least 150m southeast of the mine workings, with a northeast width of about 200m, and has only been explored to a depth of 300m. It is open at depth and along strike to both the southwest and northeast. The Red Summit Mine claims have good exploration potential to expand the high grade gold vein system in the area of the former producing mine.