(Vancouver, August 16, 2018): Mineral Mountain Resources Ltd. and its subsidiary Mineral Mountain Resources (SD) Inc. (“Mineral Mountain” or the “Companies”) (TSX.V: “MMV”) (“OTCQX: MNRLF”) report that drill hole ST18-007 was terminated at a depth of 510 meters ( 1,673.2 ft.) and was successful in intersecting multiple intervals of highly contorted, folded, mineralized iron formation with variable concentrations of pyrrhotite, pyrite and arsenopyrite mineralization. The deepest interval was between 461.77 – 483.11 meters down hole, a 21m (68.89 ft.) wide highly deformed zone in iron formation, interpreted to be the East Limb Structure, interpreted to bethe down plungeextensionof the steeply plunging high grade shoot intersectedin ST18-006 previously reported in a news release dated August 9, 2018. The deepest interval of mineralized iron formation is 230 m (754.5 ft.) down plunge of ST18-006. Core samples have been submitted to ALS Chemex in Vancouver for analysis.

Drill hole ST18-008 was started on August 25, 2018 and is designed to intersect a strong EM response that falls within the high grade gold shoot that hosts the historical drill hole BLG-UG3 (3.36 g/t Au over 24 m (78.74 ft.) and Mineral Mountain’s ST18-006 (2.12 g/t Au over 20 m (65.6 ft). The total depth of drill hole ST18-008 is expected to be 300 m (984.2 ft). (see target pierce point in longitudinal section, a cross section, and a 3D Isometric View of the EM conductor posted on the Company’s website (www.mineralmtn.com ).

Nelson Baker, President and CEO for the Company, commented: “With seven holes now completed we have intersected significant intervals of Homestake-style gold mineralization in 6 out of 7 drill holes completed in this campaign”.

Qualified Persons

The technical information in this news release has been prepared in accordance with Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101 and reviewed and approved by Nelson W. Baker, P.Eng. the President and CEO of Mineral Mountain Resources Ltd. and a Qualified Person for this project. All exploration activities at the Rochford Project are carried out under the strict supervision of Kevin Leonard, P.Geo. also a Qualified Person for this project.

About Mineral Mountain Resources and the Rochford Gold Project

Mineral Mountain Resources Ltd., through its wholly owned subsidiary Mineral Mountain Resources (SD) Inc., is focused on the exploration of its 100%-owned Rochford Gold Project situated along the highly prospective Homestake Gold Belt in the Black Hills of South Dakota, U.S.A. The Rochford Project covers approximately 7,500 acres and straddles three major trends of structurally thickened auriferous iron formation that host ledge-type gold mineralization.

Since 2012, the Company, through its wholly owned subsidiary Mineral Mountain Resource (SD) Inc., has spent over $10 million US in gold exploration in the Black Hills of South Dakota, controls the largest land position in the Rochford greenstone belt and now possesses by far the largest and most comprehensive database for the district in modern day exploration history! The Rochford Project is vastly under-explored and has the potential to host district scale gold discoveries.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors

“Nelson W. Baker”, President and CEO

For further information, please contact:

Brad Baker, Vice-President Corporate Development & Director
(604) 714-0111 info@mineralmtn.com
Or visit our website: www.mineralmtn.com

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