An unusual and unique Christmas gift for the outdoors person who you thought has everything!

A 10 Acre Unpatented Placer Mine Gold Claim at Eldorado Creek on the Lewis and Clark Trail in Clearwater National Forest. Historically proven gold country!

The Lolo Motorway and the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail extend for 100 miles, tracing the path used for hundreds of years by Indians, gold miners, and settlers alike.

Dense with cedars, hemlocks, Western Larches, and other coniferous trees, the lands in 1.8-million-acre Clearwater National Forest lift and plunge in a series of deep drainages and high-backed ridges. This is ideal for freeing up gold and other mineral deposits from the land and placing it within the stream beds and sediment of many creeks that feed the Middle and North Forks of the Clearwater River and the Lochsa River, which traverse the region.

Gold bearing Eldorado Creek, is a tributary of Lolo Creek, which feeds the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River .

Two 10 acre unpatented federal mineral rights claims are being introduced in this auction. Winning bidder will have their choice of these placer mines, or the option to buy both claims and combine them into a single 20 acre mining claim with just one document fee.

Be like Jeremiah Johnson..."up on the Musselshell"
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