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Royal Road Minerals

Rio Nulpe
Colombia

New mines for a new world

Colombia

Rio Nulpe

The Rio Nulpe project area is located at Colombia’s southern border with Ecuador in Nariño province some 110 kilometers to the southwest of the provincial capital Pasto, and 30 kilometres to the northeast of SolGold’s Cascabel porphyry copper gold discovery in Ecuador.

Royal Road has conducted reconnaissance exploration in the region to confirm the porphyry occurrences and is currently negotiating land access with traditional owners.

Rio Nulpe Map

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Projects

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.

01.

Los Andes

Nicaragua

Royal Road Minerals controls 100% of six mineral exploration concessions covering the Los Andes District. The total concession package is approximately 18,500 hectares. The project forms part of the...

02.

Rio Nulpe

Colombia

The Rio Nulpe project area is located at Colombia’s southern border with Ecuador in Nariño province some 110 kilometers to the southwest of the provincial capital Pasto, and 30 kilometres to the...

03.

Luna Roja

Nicaragua

Luna Roja is located within Nicaragua’s “Golden Triangle”, a well-known historic mining region located in north-eastern Nicaragua. The area is host to three historic mines, Santa Rita – Rosita (Skarn...

04.

La LLanada

Colombia

Rocks within the La Llanada region are predominantly Cretaceous age, shelf sediments, deep marine cherts and mafic marine volcanic rocks which have been intruded by Oligocene-Miocene age dioritic...