In the 1990's Harrington examined a breccia zone at the 8100 foot level of the Northern extension of the Neil vein. A brecciated mineralized structure, having been cut by a Northwest striking fault zone, assayed 6.1 % copper over a true width of 20.8 metres (69 feet).
The Neil vein has been traced over a strike length of 1185 metres and a vertical extent of at least 579 metres. The vein has only been examined part way down the mountain and appears to continue another 1000 metres to the valley floor. The vein follows a northeast trending shear which is approximately 1100 metres long, 30 metres wide and 1500 metres vertical.
The Neil breccia appears to have a width ranging from 19 metres at the junction of the Neil Vein to over 60 metres at the northeast side of the mountain where it is visible for more than 1,000 metres vertically. A deep trench, two thirds up the mountain, cross-cutting the breccia assayed 10.2% copper over 3.0 metres while at the top of the mountain, a continuous chip sample across the breccia assayed 6.1%copper over 20.8 metres. Systematic exploration of the vein and breccia would significantly increase the size of the historical resource.