Nine of the 16 claims are located over Red Lake. The relief of the remaining seven claims is quite low, averaging 1-2 metres with a maximum of 20 metres. The land portion of the Property consists dominantly of forest and bog, typical of the Canadian Shield. The streams on the Property are on average 1 metre in depth but usually large due to beaver dams and seasonal variation in water level.
Bedrock outcroppings are fairly scarce on the claim group; hence bedrock geology is mostly known from drill core, geophysical surveys and geological interpretation.