Alto Ventures Ltd.
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 Thu Feb 26, 2015
Priority Targets Identified from High-Resolution Airborne Magnetic Survey Adjacent to Pikoo Diamond Discovery, Northern Saskatchewan:

 Vancouver, B.C., February 26, 2015. Alto Ventures Ltd. (ATV: TSX-V) is pleased to announce completion of a high-resolution airborne magnetic survey flown at 50 m line spacing over the GEFA Diamond Property ("GEFA"), northern Saskatchewan (see Figure 1). Preliminary interpretation has identified at least 16 magnetic targets clustered in two main areas on the property; one on the east side and the other cluster near the northwest corner of the property. These targets are associated with down-ice trends of kimberlite indicator mineral (KIM) dispersion trains, including the dispersion train in the eastern half of the claims that features diamond indicator minerals (DIMs) eclogite and chromite.

GEFA is located adjacent to North Arrow Minerals Inc.'s prolific Pikoo diamond discovery in Northern Saskatchewan which has reported a sample grade of 1.34 carats per tonne of +0.85 mm diamonds from 209.7 kgs of drill core (see North Arrow's news release dated November 5, 2013).

Alto's CEO Rick Mazur stated, "The detection of priority targets up-ice from some of Alto's KIM dispersion trains is very encouraging. Follow-up work will include further till sampling and ground geophysical surveys this summer to get to the drill stage."

Alto is earning a 60% interest in the GEFA claims by making staged payments to the vendors totaling $60,000 over two years and completing $750,000 in exploration work on the property over 30 months (see Alto Ventures news release dated January 27, 2014). To date Alto has paid $25,000 in cash and spent approximately $400,000 on exploration.

Alto's kimberlite and diamond consultant Dr. Harrison Cookenboo, P. Geo, has reviewed field procedures, technical data, and conclusions described in this news release. He is a qualified person under the provisions of National Instrument 43-101 and approves of technical data and conclusions in this news release.


Figure 1. Selected Preliminary airborne magnetic targets overlain on KIM results from Alto's 2014 till sampling program.

About Alto Ventures Ltd

Alto Ventures Ltd. is an exploration and development company with a portfolio of highly prospective Canadian diamond, gold and base metals properties. Alto's diamond land holdings total approximately 89,536 hectares in central eastern Saskatchewan near the recent discovery of diamonds on the Pikoo Project. The Company is active in the Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec on the Destiny gold property and is exploring in the Beardmore-Geraldton gold belt in Ontario. In Manitoba, the Company is focused on the gold and base metals potential of the highly prospective but relatively under-explored Oxford Lake property.

For more details regarding the Company's projects, please visit our website at www.altoventures.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD,

Richard J. Mazur, P. Geo.,
CEO

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

For further information contact:


Mike Koziol,
President and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Unit 7 - 1351C Kelly Lake Rd
Sudbury, ON., P3E 5P5
Tel: 705-522-6372
Fax: 705-522-8856
Email: [email protected]

Rick Mazur,
CEO and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Suite 615-800 W. Pender Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 2V6
Tel: 604-689-2599
Fax: 604-689-3609
Email: [email protected]
 
 

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