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Gibraltar Mines Tour

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Gibraltar Mines is an operating mine site with mining activity functioning daily. With this in mind, safety-related components are set in place to ensure visitors entering the working mine site will be safe while experiencing mining in action.

The minimum age requirement is 13 years old.

Appropriate footwear is required (no open toe or open footwear permitted).

Dress appropriate clothing (shorts or tank tops not permitted).

Bring your own lunch and water.

Photo: Photo courtesy of Ledcor

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  1. Hi Dean. Please contact the Tourism Discovery Centre – (250) 392 – 5025
    Thank for your interest in 1000 Town of Canada.

  2. I moved up to William’s Lake a year ago. I am retired now and have been a rock hound half my life and would like to see your mine,
    and what other minerals ;you find besides copper ore and gold. I am curious if you have a room of special finds of calcite or floriate and malachite and gold in quartz or quartz clusters. I am curious if you sell/keep/display the other minerals that you might find in small amounts of…?
    I would like to join a tour if you still do any tours still.

    Thank you
    Dean Cormin

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