Klimovskoe complex ore occurrence is characterized by the abundance of Au, Ag, Pd and Pt-bearing metasomatic rocks that evolved chiefly after orthoamphibolites and amphibole schists. Various propylites, listwanites and quartz-carbonate-hydromica metasomatic rocks are most productive of them. Mineralization is represented by over 40 disseminated minerals, about ½ of which are noble metals. They are often associated with the chromium-rich minerals of listwanites and propylites. The structural control and age of the noble-metal mineralization of Klimovskoe occurrence are open to discussion. Its polygenic-polychronous genesis (Ar-Pr) is most probable.