Elevation: 8,993 feet
Type: Gold, Platinum
A 775 foot drift was driven northeastward in part along a 2-3 inch thick quartz vein that parallels schistosity and cataclastic foliation of the enclosing mafic schists and submylonites. According to Hess (1926, p. 132) "neither gold nor platinum was reported in this drift." A 325 crosscut extending to the northwest from near the end of the main drift cuts four quartz and sulphide bearing fracture zones, at least one of which supposedly contained gold. Traces of platinum were reported from a short drift paralleling one of the fracture zones (Hess, 1926, p. 132).
Source: The Centennial Ridge Gold-Platinum District, Albany County, Wyoming, 1968. The Geological Survey of Wyoming.