Fronteer Gold Inc.

Fronteer Gold Inc.

January 11, 2005 10:24 ET

Fronteer Intersects 4.07 g/t Gold Over 22.9 Metres in Second Hole at Kirazli



OTC Bulletin Board SYMBOL: FTDGF

JANUARY 11, 2005 - 10:24 ET

Fronteer Intersects 4.07 g/t Gold Over 22.9 Metres in
Second Hole at Kirazli

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Jan. 11, 2005) - Fronteer
Development Group Inc. (TSX:FRG) (OTCBB:FTDGF) (FWB:FRR) is pleased to
announce that it has intersected significant gold mineralization in a
second diamond drill hole (KD-02) from the Kirazli Property in western

KD-02 intersected 1.95 g/t gold over 61.2 metres, including 4.07 g/t
gold over 22.9 metres with oxide gold mineralization starting at a down
hole depth of 33.9 metres.

The lower half of the drill hole intersected continuous sulphide gold
mineralization that assayed 0.34 g/t gold over 125.4 metres including
0.63 g/t gold over 10.7 metres. KD-02 ended in gold mineralization at a
down-hole depth of 243.2 metres.

Drill Hole KD-02 is a 35m step-out scissor hole from Hole KD-01 (which
returned 12.23 g/t gold over 39.4 metres), and demonstrates continuity
of the high grade zone at shallow depths. Drill results from KD-02 are
comparable to an historic reverse circulation hole drilled in the same

Kirazli Drill Holes
Hole ID From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Gold (g/t)
KD-02 33.9 95.1 61.2 1.95
incl. 33.9 56.8 22.9 4.07
KD-02 117.8 243.2 125.4 0.34
Incl. 232.5 243.2 10.7 0.63

KD-01 43.30 159.00 115.7 4.54
inc. 43.30 82.70 39.4 12.23
KD-01 214.30 223.00 8.7 1.55

For a map of the Kirazli property and a cross section through KD-01 and
KD-02 please visit our website at .

The 2004 Kirazli drill program finished on January 3rd, 2005 with the
completion of a third hole KD-03, the results of which are anticipated
in late January.

Based on the results from the first two drill holes and data from
historical drilling, the gold zone at Kirazli appears to have a
sub-horizontal tabular shape with a high grade upper zone, and a
broader, underlying interval of economically significant, lower grade
gold mineralization.

The high grade zone confirmed by Fronteer's first two drill holes shows
considerable potential for extension. Fronteer's analysis of the
controls of the high grade mineralization has also generated a number of
similar targets nearby, that may represent additional high grade zones.

Historical drilling indicates that many of the deeper sulfide gold
intersections are open laterally and at depth. As well, the extent of
mineralization and alteration encountered in drilling to date shows that
Kirazli is a large, intensely mineralized system with significant
potential for a large bulk-tonnage gold target.

Fronteer will accelerate its Kirazli exploration program over the first
half of 2005 in an effort to test as many of its proposed targets as
possible. An initial 5,000 metre, two rig, diamond drill program is
scheduled to commence in early February.

The Kirazli Property is one of two large gold properties in western
Turkey that are under option to Fronteer from Teck Cominco. The other
property is called Agi Dagi, which is also being rapidly advanced
through drilling. In addition to gold in Turkey, Fronteer is also
focused on the discovery of Uranium Deposits in Labrador and the NWT in

Fronteer is a mineral exploration company that uses knowledge and
science to identify the most promising sites, early. By finding this
'sweet spot' in the exploration process, we are able to offer the
highest creation of value for the lowest requirement of resources and

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Assay results have been prepared under the guidance of Dr Rick Valenta
P.Geo, who is designated as a Qualified Person with the ability and
authority to verify the authenticity of and validity of this data. All
samples were analyzed by ALS Chemex, North Vancouver, BC, using ICP-AES
and fire assay.

This News Release includes certain "forward looking statements" within
the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform
Act of 1995. Without limitation, statements regarding potential
mineralization and resources, exploration results, and future plans and
objectives of the Company are forward looking statements that involve
that involve various degrees of risk. The following are important
factors that could cause Fronteer's actual results to differ materially
from those expressed or implied by such forward looking statements:
changes in the world wide price of mineral commodities, general market
conditions, risks inherent in mineral exploration, risks associated with
development, construction and mining operations, the uncertainty of
future profitability and the uncertainty of access to additional capital.


Contact Information

    Fronteer Development Group Inc.
    Mark O'Dea
    President & CEO
    (604) 632-4677
    Fronteer Development Group Inc.
    Dan McIntyre
    Corporate Communications
    (604) 632-4677