The Nexindio properties are located roughly 400 km north of Santiago and covers an area of 1,850 ha, is situated in the high Andean cordillera of Region IV, Chile. Topographic relief on the property is significant, ranging over roughly 1,000 m and having an average altitude of 3,750 m above sea level. Located roughly 20 km to the north is the past-producing El Indio deposit, a high-grade epithermal Au deposit that was operated by Barrick Gold Corp. Located 60 km to the north is the emerging Pascua-Lama high-sulfidation epithermal Au-Ag deposit that contains 27 million ounces of Au (equivalent), the third largest deposit of this type in the world, currently being developed by Barrick. Both deposits occur in the prolific El Indio mineral belt, a world-class metallogenic territory where more than 50 milllion ounces of Au have been delineated to date.