Gravity West Mining Corp.

Gravity West Mining Corp.

September 25, 2007 08:47 ET

Gravity West Staking Program Expands Ground in Sibley Basin Uranium Zone

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 25, 2007) - Gravity West Mining Corp. (TSX VENTURE:GRW) is pleased to announce that the Company has increased its landholdings in the Sibley Basin after reviewing the results of the Company's recently completed VTEM survey undertaken by Geotech Services Ltd. on its West Sibley Basin property, (NR July 30,2007).

The Sibley Basin uranium property consists of a 100% interest in 50,680 acres, along with an additional 21,250 Acres of Sibley Basin Uranium Rights granted from Cascadia Minerals (NR sept 18, 2007), totalling 71,930 acres before this new staking.

The recent staking activity increases the size of the Company's regional land portfolio to over 81,000 acres. The ground staked is an extension eastward from the Company's Gull Bay claims.

The Company is currently undertaking its 2007 Uranium Drilling Program, which is designed to test geophysical and geological targets for Athabasca Basin-type unconformity uranium mineralization within the Sibley Basin project areas.

The VTEM survey covered Gravity West's "8 kilometer long" Black Sturgeon Fault Zone extending northward from RPT Uranium Corp's ground, directly onto Gravity West's Gull Bay claims.

Gravity West's neighbor to the south, RPT Uranium (TSX-V:RPT) recently announced a 10,000-metre drill program focusing on the Split Rapids area, near the Black Sturgeon fault zone, focusing on several clusters of uranium-bearing veins along a 900-metre-long Archean iron formation. RPT's recent highlights in the area include 1.50 metres of 2.99 per cent U3O8 (hole BS05-30), 0.72 metre of 4.68 percent U3O8 (hole BSE07-03) and 6.35 metres of 0.222 per cent U3O8 (hole BSE07-31). Drilling continues.

Livio Susin, Gravity West president points out that: "With our drilling program currently underway and Rampart's ongoing drilling, our aggressive land acquisition positions us as one of the larger landholders in The Sibley Basin." Rampart has proved that there is Uranium in the system. It is now a matter of finding the deposits."

Management also announces that it has zero exposure to sub-prime mortgage investments in the United States.


Livio Susin, President and Director

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