Multiple zones of Fortuna-style mineralization are identified on the project, some of which have alteration zones significantly greater in scale than present at La Fortuna. No systematic exploration has been conducted on the property since 2008-09. The first modern drill program on regional targets is set to commence in 2019.
The Ramada Zone lies on a parallel fault structure ~2 km northeast of the La Fortuna Mine and has been traced at surface for over 600 m in strike length. Sampling by Fernando Gold on a 7 m long exposure of quartz veining returned 18 g/t gold and 176 g/t silver over a width of 3.3 m. Further south the vein is exposed in a creek bed and returned 4.33 g/t gold and 105 g/t silver over 3.7 m. This site also has a small caved adit and may be the location of two Consejo de Recursos Minerales (CRM) core holes which reported intercepts of 5.49 g/t gold and 204.8 g/t silver over 2.2 m and 2.35 g/t gold and 17.6 g/t silver over 3.3 m.
The PN Zone structure is located ~1.5 km northeast of the Ramada Zone and can be traced on surface for ~1.5 km. Numerous historic mine workings are found along the structure and sampling from this area returned grades ranging from 1-10 g/t gold and 50-400 g/t silver.
Cerro Pelon Zone
The Cerro Pelon Zone (previously Los Cajones) is located to the south of the La Fortuna Mine. Historical sampling by the CRM outlined an area of anomalous gold ~1500 m long and 200-500 m wide with assay values as high as 10 g/t.
Numerous additional zones and prospects occur in the project area with reported workings and/or anomalous surface sampling and similar mineralization, alteration and structural associations to the La Fortuna deposit.