Rocky Mountain Resources Corp.
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Rocky Mountain Resources Corp.

November 15, 2007 09:30 ET

Rocky Mountain Discovers Zinc at Gibellini Vanadium Project, Nevada

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Nov. 15, 2007) - Rocky Mountain Resources Corp. (TSX:RKY) is please to announce the discovery of low grade zinc within a vanadium resource identified by reverse circulation drill program at the Gibellini project located in Eureka County, Nevada. The zinc appears to be a disseminated sediment hosted style of mineralization.

The initial program was designed to drill three holes through the portions of the Gibellini vanadium resource to collect metallurgical samples. A resource estimate was completed on the Gibellini Resource for the Company in conformity of National Instrument 43-101 by Wakefield, T and Orbock, E. III, of AMEC of Sparks, Nevada and reported on April 18, 2007. The resource consisted of:



Gibellini Mineral Resource at 0.1 V2O5 (%) Cutoff Grade and $5.50 V2O5
Price (April 9, 2007)

Tons V2O5 (%)
Indicated 20,796,348 0.338
Inferred 872,490 0.277


Assays of the new holes identified large blanket of low grade disseminated zinc within the vanadium deposit. A fourth hole (GIV-4) was drilled to test the southeast margin of the resource, which appeared to be open for expansion. The locations of the holes with respect to the resource are shown on the map below. The zinc may be significant if it can be recovered by sulfuric acid heap leach techniques. Vanadium is a metal used in the fabrication of high quality steel and currently sells for over $7 per pound. The number of pounds per ton of ore can be calculated by multiplying percent of by 20 (% X 20 equals pounds per ton).

The results of the holes are summarized using a 0.1% vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) and 0.1% zinc cut-off. The resource was explored by several companies in the 1960's through the 1980's. The Gibellini deposit is hosted in 150 to 300 foot thick Devonian shale enriched with vanadium. The Company is testing the resource for application of low cost open pit heap leach mining and processing techniques that might lower operating costs. The Gibellini deposit is unique in that most of the deposit lies on a hill with little waste rock. Additional testing will be required to determine if the zinc will be recoverable using heap leach methods. These drill holes indicate thicker intervals and lower total vanadium values (average 16% lower) than the nearby older holes. A drilling program using diamond drill core is currently in progress at the Gibellini project. This program will collect geotechnical data and conduct metallurgical testing to evaluate these differences and develop processing techniques.



Gibellini Resource Testing 2007 RC Drilling
Eureka County, Nevada
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TRUE Drill TRUE Drill Total
Drill V2O5 Width Interval Zinc Width Interval Depth
Hole % (ft) (ft) % (ft) (ft) (ft)
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GIV-1 0.247 280 0-280 0.347 180 130-310 350

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GIV-2 0.224 260 0-260 0.261 235 115-350 350

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GIV-3 0.327 185 0-185 0.34 70 125-195 500
0.228 60 245-305 0.24 60 245-305
0.268 20 320-340 0.214 20 320-340
0.208 45 385-430 0.149 40 390-430
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GIV-4 0.223 60 0-60 300
0.179 35 265-300(i) 0.157 15 285-300(i)
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(i) Hole ended in mineralization. Drilling was conducted by Drift
Exploration, of Elko, Nevada. Assay analysis was conducted by ALS Chemex of
Sparks, Nevada. Quality control and sampling was conducted by independent
contractors. All widths are true widths.


To view the map accompanying this release please click on the following link: http://www.ccnmatthews.com/docs/rky1115map.jpg

Rocky Mountain Resources is a precious and base metal exploration and development company focused on the development of new resources. Information on the on the Company and the projects are found at www.rkyresources.com.

This release has been reviewed and approved by Alan Branham, (M.Sc. and CPG), a "qualified person" as that term is defined in National Instrument 43-101.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Brian McAlister, President

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