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Royal Road Minerals

El Molino

New mines for a new world

Royal Road Minerals

El Molino

The El Molino porphyry gold project is located in the region of Cauca, approximately 60 Km southwest of Cali.

The application area comprises at-least three known porphyry-gold occurrences hosted in Upper Miocene aged intrusions, emplaced into a Miocene sedimentary sequence.

The porphyry’s have well developed potassic cores with surrounding sericite-illite zones hosting unusually high gold grades in quartz-vein stockworks (up to 184 grams per tonne gold).

El Molino map

Figuras de El Molino

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Royal Road is focused on the discovery of “ Tier 1” gold and copper mines where they are most likely and most needed

We are the largest title and title application holder in Colombia with quality gold and copper exploration projects located in two main regions; The Northern Block, encompassing the prolific Middle Cauca belt, and the Southern Block, incorporating the most prospective and under-explored regions of the Andes.

Operating under the structure of a 50-50 strategic alliance with HEMCO Mineros Nicaragua, we are the exploration largest license holder in the Country. Currently, the exploration work in Nicaragua is focused on drill-testing three drill-permitted gold and copper-gold projects.


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