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Late last summer, we headed out to Colorado and hiked up some mountains to this small abandoned mining prospect. Topographic maps showed several adits in the area and some shafts. We found and entered some underground workings but didn't find anything too substantial. One unique thing we found at this site were some old mining safety signs posted at one of the mine's entrances.
Exploring the abandoned Ute and Ulay Mine just west of Lake City, Colorado with my fearless and faithful companion, Junior the Wonder Dog. The Mine is located about 5-10 miles west of Lake City, CO on Engineer Pass which connects Lake City to Silverton, CO and Ouray, CO.
Campus tour of Colorado School of Mines. CSM is located in the small town of Golden, Colorado just 15 miles west of Denver. A relatively small campus with a mix of historic and modern buildings. Don't forget to watch in HD. Please like and subscribe :)
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Bladesmithing 2017 - Colorado School of Mines
Come with as we go 1,200ft underground in the Donaldson mine. where we get a chance to step back in time and explore the massive workings left behind.
The McIntyre mine is located just outside of Ouray, Colorado. There is year round, running water on the claim, that can be used in support of mining operations. This site was historically mined for gold, but plenty of pyrite, quartz, and iron can also be found around the claim and in the tailings and the stream.
In this weeks exploration video FREE4ALL explores an Abandoned Mine that is located somewhere in Colorado. *DON'T ASK WHERE!* The last time this mine was used was in 1977. We were able to find many old mine carts and other pieces of equipment the miners once used! It was a very cool location. Check out our website: https://www.flickr.com/photos/144414244@N06/albums Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/free4allll/?hl=en Thanks for watching! If you enjoyed this weeks video please subscribe and leave a like! NEW Exploration video every Sunday!
As always, Mountainman is out and about! We went up the mountain once again, and this time we were looking for lost gold! There have been so many claims in America since the early years of the gold rushes that its hard to believe there is still gold up on the mountain. We use the LR2000 reports program to locate old, voided, or abandoned claims and mines. The claims are never easy to find in the bush bet perseverance wins out in the end. This old abandoned claim was found by the barely visible depression left in the ground. We crushed ore and tested the gravels in the washes in the area. It was a small load claim from the 40's an hour and a half hike strait up the side of the mountain. We are thinking about staking a claim in the area and are keeping the location under wraps until we locat...
Have you ever wondered what the best things about Colorado School of Mines are? Well look no further!
What better way to start off you first year than getting white washed at the top of Mt. Zion? For those of you who don't know about the M-Climb, it's all part of the Mines experience! This year we welcome the class of 2021. Best of luck!
we are exploring an old colorado mine shaft and founds some sorta crystals july 17,18&19 weekend mine shaft Mt. Antero
Red Mountain Mining District is a ghost town in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. This offroad trail takes you through the heart of the mining district, which features the world-famous Yankee Girl Mine. The Red Mountain Mining District Ghost Town can be found off Highway 550 (the Million Dollar Highway) between Ouray and Silverton. For more info, photos and videos of Colorado offroading, please visit http://www.coloradovibes.com.
The Seniorita Mine is about 4 miles north of Ouray, Colorado. The claim has a large track coming from what appears to have once been a haulage tunnel. Piping and track indicate a large adit was once on site. The mine has not been worked in a long time, and there is little historical information available, but it is known to have been worked for gold as early as 1893 with various owners since.