Welcome to Bitterroot Resources Ltd.

Bitterroot Resources Ltd.'s management is focused on discovering high-grade, magmatic nickel-copper-PGM deposits in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and high-grade epithermal gold-silver deposits in Nevada. The Company's projects are located in road-accessible North American locations, giving shareholders exposure to relatively low-cost exploration with potential for large gains.

The Company and its partner Below Exploration Inc. (51%/49%) are currently exploring the LM Property for high-grade nickel-copper-platinum-palladium deposits similar to Lundin Mining's Eagle and Eagle East mines in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Drilling is planned to resume in January 2021, to follow-up initial drill results which intersected high metal tenor disseminated sulphides (5.3 metres of 0.62% Cu, 0.58% Ni, 0.33 g/T PGMs+Au in disseminated sulphide mineralization containing only 3.1% S).

Bitterroot also holds a 49.9% interest in a seperate magmatic nickel-copper-PGM exploration joint venture with Altius Minerals Corporation (50.1%), which covers more than 360 square miles in the same region. The joint venture has identified nine high-priority VTEM targets which are prospective for high-grade Ni/Cu/PGM deposits similar to the Eagle deposits.

In Nevada, Bitterroot has leased, with an option to purchase, the Coyote Sinter project in Elko County, Nevada. The Coyote Sinter property hosts a fully-preserved low-sulphidation epithermal system. Following a CSAMT geophysical survey and BLM permitting, Bitterroot's management plans to conduct the first drill-test of the gold-silver vein targets at the optimal 200-400 metres depth below surface.

Bitterroot also holds an option to purchase the Castle West gold-silver project in Esmeralda County, Nevada. The Castle West property hosts geochemically anomalous, extensively altered welded tuffs with mineralized silicified structures. These untested silicified structures are prospective for high-grade, bonanza-style (Hishikari-type) gold-silver deposits at shallow depths in underlying metasediments. Drilling is planned on both Nevada projects in 2021.