Bitterroot's North Brenda property is located 50 km southeast of Merritt and 40 km west of Kelowna in southwestern British Columbia. North Brenda has the potential to host Carbonate Replacement Deposits (CRD) in Nicola Group carbonate rocks which have been intruded by several ages of granitic stocks and sills.
Extensive soil geochemical sampling (10,298 samples), geologic mapping and detailed aeromagnetic surveys have defined large, zoned and coincident zinc/silver/arsenic/molybdenum-in-soil anomalies now known as the Summit and Summit West zones The soil anomalies extend along 2 kilometres of strike length within Nicola Group carbonates and calcareous sediments.
Drill-testing of the Summit Zone is planned in the summer of 2019, following receipt of permits.
The North Brenda property has excellent infrastructure, with many new logging roads and cut blocks providing access across the relatively gentle topography. In addition, a four-lane highway and major power line cross the southern portion of the North Brenda claims.