We're Reopening the Richest Square Mile on Earth
In the quest for gold, GS Mining Company focuses not only on recovering the richest ore, but on doing so with state of the art sustainable and ethical practices. Our goal is to bring dormant mines back to life and revenue, while at the same time enhancing and rejuvenating the environment and communities in which we operate.
GS Mining Company is developing three gold mining operations and one mill in Colorado.
Bates Hunter In The News | Boulder Weekly
A Return To Legacy
It’s 8 a.m. at Central City’s newly reopened Bates Hunter Mine, the sun just peaking over the valley walls. It’s been over 70 years since gold was last mined here, but as the miners begin to arrive at work on a November day in 2018, it feels like they’ve been here all along, like this is where they’re supposed to be. By all appearances today is a normal day, although on the agenda is at least one extraordinary task; after months of removing water from the main shaft, the miners can finally access the 163-foot level, submerged and unseen since an exploratory visit in 2008.
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2019 | Q1
We’ve been busy! Geological, environmental, and metallurgical testing is underway, including samples from 112 and 163-feet. We’ve also begun working on the Golden Gilpin Mill.
2019 | Q2
We’ve poured the first Bates Hunter gold in more than 100 years. We’ve also dewatered to 300 feet at Bates-Hunter. Big things are happening!
2019 | Q3
We’ve installed a fourth landing close to 16 feet above the sill of the stope, and we’ve received a building permit from Central City for the completion of the ore bin next to the Bates-Hunter shaft.