W1/2 NE1/4 NE1/4 SEC. 20 T10N R5W, GSRB&M, Arizona
AMC448478 Unpatented 20 Acres
Located between Congress and Stanton, Arizona
Located just off Stanton Rd, this claim has pretty easy access. From Route 89 in Congress, go about 1.2 miles East on Stanton Road, then take the trail to the left for about 1 mile to the "Y" in the road. Make a slight right at the "Y" and follow it about 0.7 miles to the claim. Most of the time the trail is good for 2WD.
Located in the alluvial fan of the Weaver Mountains, this claim has very nice washes and places to prospect in a unique landscape. There are lenses of ancient red dirt paleo-placers that run through this claim. Black sands in all of the washes. It has gold bearing quartz on the claim which makes the potential for specimens great. It's a heck of a claim and a great location to camp too. Two wheel drive access most of the time. Drywashing, recirculating sluice, and metal detecting are all methods I'd use for gold recovery here.
GPS Corner Coordinates
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NW CORNER N34.20167 W112.79343
SW CORNER N34.19806 W112.79342
SE CORNER N34.19805 W112.79123
NE CORNER N34.20167 W112.79123
All corners are staked with white 5' tall PVC pipe and aluminum tag with claim name and which corner it is stamped in the tag.