Jazz Resources owns 17 Crown Granted mineral  claims and other land including the townsite of Camborne, located about 47 Kms. Southeast of Revelstoke and 15 Kms. Northwest of Trout Lake. The Camborne area is readily accessible by good all-weather roads from Revelstoke, Nakusp and Trout Lake.

Mining and exploration have gone on in the area since the 1890’s and many mineraly showings are mapped along what is here termed the Lardeau Mineral Belt, a 36 Km. long northwest trending zone of mine prospects stretching form southeast of the Silver Cup Mine to the Teddy Glacier deposit, 12 Kms. Northwest of Camborne. The Lardeau Mineral Belt lies along what appears to be a zone of strong northwest trending faults cutting early Paleozoic sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Lardeau group. Near Camborne the Belt includes the Windflower and Jazz properties, which are undergoing active exploration.

The map below shows the Jazz Resources property in relation to rearby towns and other prospects.