The Calida Gold Project is located approximately 24 miles south of Salmon, Idaho and 5 miles west of Highway 28 within the Mormon Canyon area. The property has been extensively explored for the past thirty years. Exploration has included drilling 29 holes in 1983 as well as thorough trenching and sampling. A total of ten mineralized veins have been identified on the property to date.
The property includes eight unpatented lode mining claims containing 160 acres. The claim block is situated on lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management. Calida consists of numerous old producing mines both surface and underground, having produced from seven separate shear zones containing important quantities of gold, silver, and copper.