The Jacha copper project is located centrally in the Southern Peru Copper Belt and was selected for staking based on historical soil geochemistry (>1,000 sample locations). Soil geochemistry defines copper anomalies over two areas of approximately 3.0km by 1.5km and 2km by 0.5km. Soil values within the anomalous area range from 2ppm to 446ppm copper and up to 46ppm molybdenum. The geochemical anomaly is open to the north and south.
The Southern Peru Copper Belt is an Eocene-Oligocene-aged belt hosting numerous productive copper-gold porphyry and skarn systems, including Las Bambas, Tintaya, Constancia, Haquira and Antapaccay. The Jacha project is located approximately 150 km from Cuzco and is accessible year-round by paved and unpaved road.