K2 is a junior resource company focused on exploring for gold in the Yukon. The company plans to grow by acquiring further mineral properties in North America and by leveraging the Chairman’s past successes (Kaminak being the most recent), and undertaking smart, cost effective exploration. It will also continue to utilize its strength and good reputation in financial markets to ensure adequate financial resources for the projects it acquires or discovers. We believe in early community engagement from the onset, to establish a solid foundation upon which strong working relationships and partnerships can be built.Meet the Team
K2’s Chairman, John Robins, was the founder of Kaminak Gold. Kaminak sold the Coffee deposit; a multi-million ounce gold resource to Goldcorp for $520M in 2016. It will be the largest hard rock mine in the Yukon since gold was discovered in the Territory in 1896.More Info
Wels is a new IRGS gold discovery in a previously unrecognized mineral district 60km south of Goldcorp’s 2.2 Moz Coffee deposit. Its mineralization is attributed to IRGS (granite intrusive) deposits akin to the >6 million-ounce Fort Knox and Dublin Gulch in the prolific Tintina Belt of Alaska and Yukon. The area comprises 287 contiguous ‘quartz claims’ covering an area of approximately 5,970 hectares.
Flume is Located 70 km north of the Kaminak (Goldcorp) Coffee gold project and 40 km northwest from Kinross's Golden saddle project. It was first staked in 1999 by Phelps Dodge who completed property wide soil sampling, rock sampling and trenching. It was then acquired by Valley High Ventures in 2009 who optioned it to Ryan Gold in 2010.Learn more