Bralorne Intersects 23.35 Oz's Gold Per Ton Over 3.1 Feet 


VANCOUVER, BC - Bralorne Gold Mines Ltd. reported on update of activities at its Bralorne mine operation located near Gold Bridge, British Columbia. High grade results were recently obtained for surface drill holes. The most significant was hole SB11-21 which intersected 23.35 ounce gold per ton over 3.1 feet (800.55 g/T over .95 meters). This intercept is a new high grade record for exploration holes since the current company started exploring the area. It is a new discovery on a structure that lies parallel to and 160 feet north of the BK vein and about 500 feet west of the BK 800 stope. The core interval consists of a faulted zone of quartz and altered wall rocks. Visible gold was observed in the quartz fragments. Elsewhere along the BK zone, hole SB11-011 assayed 0.20 ounce per ton gold over a core length of 3.8 feet, and SB11-13 assayed 0.67 ounce per ton gold over a core length of 1.8 feet. Two other holes intersected visible gold, including SB11-23, which intersected visible gold in a previously unrecognized quartz vein located east of the BK 800 stope, and SB11-24 which intersected visible gold in a quartz vein interpreted to be the BK-South vein, also located east of the BK 800 stope. Assays are pending on these last holes. Hole UB11-003 intersected 0.64 ounce per ton gold over a core length of 2.7 feet on the BK-North vein (BKN). This intercept is situated about 90 feet along strike from the previously announced intercept for hole UB-002, which assayed 6.59 ounce gold per ton over 0.9 feet. The BKN structure is a newly recognized vein that lies approximately 150 feet north of and parallel to the BK vein. Recent 3-D modeling suggests that the 2006 BK Zone discovery hole SB06-109b (1.1 foot vein of 11.781 ounce gold per ton and 1.2 foot of 7.203 ounce gold per ton) was on the BKN vein. The mineralization encountered in hole UB11-03 is correlated with one the of the six new parallel structures to the BK vein. The company’s address is Suite 900, 570 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC V6C 3P1, 604.682.3701, fax: 604.682.3600.