From 1951 to 2012, several exploration surveys were carried out on the property including mapping, geochemical sampling, airborne and ground geophysics as well as 107 diamond drill holes.
In 2014, Falco carried out a 50 km IP survey on the northern part of the property.
There are several gold structures on the Beauchastel property. Two of them however, are more significant in size and are sub-parallel to the Smoky Creek (Faille Mouilleuse) and Beauchastel faults - the Twin Lake fault, which has a NW trend and occurs in the SE part of the Beauchastel property, and the Quesabe fault, which is oriented NE-SW and hosts the GQV (Giant Quartz Vein). The intersection of the Twin Lake and Quesabe faults also happens to be the location of the highest gold value (19 g/t Au in a grab sample) obtained on the property. This high gold value lies in the vicinity of the D-Zone, which has 7 grab samples with gold values over 5 g/t Au, the highest concentration on the property.