The Disney prospect is located 2,500m NNW of Orange Mountain which is interpreted to be the heat source responsible for high grade gold mineralization on the Shumagin Trend. It is hosted in an andesitic tuff and flows sequence. The tuffs are argillized, chloritized and locally silicified. Exploration work in the 1980s by Resource Associate of Alaska shows a wide pattern of jasper and quartz float. Trench exposures revealed quartz and jasper veins up to 60cm thick. Gold and silver values were generally subdued in trench samples, but high mercury values indicate it may be the upper part of a larger epithermal system.