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La Muralla Project

Polymetallic project where detailed analysis of the area is vital for the economic and technical viability of extractions. Our studies can guarantee the sustainable development of the project.


•Chihuahua, Mexico 


•East of El Sauzal  - Gold Corp

•South of Batopilas district


La Muralla Project

Mining claims

·Claims extension of 680 hectares.

·100 ha of title is under revision.

·Land access allow.

·Over 5,000 hectares available for expansion with well know neighbors.

·Friendly local community and with mining knowledge.

La Muralla Project

•Located in Southwest Chihuahua, Mexico. Within the Sierra Madre Occidental trend of historical mines and developing projects.

•21 kms South of Batopilas Silver Mining District (1708 – 1920) which produced over 300 M ounces silver from high grade veins and structures, including native silver.

•25 kms East of El Sauzal - Gold Corp (New Mont) which produced over 1.7 million ounces of gold.

•45 kms West of Plata Verde- Fresnillo, this project was recently acquired by Fresnillo and is under exploration.


Location and Facilities


The access is by dirt road, covering the Guachochi – San Miguel section, passing through the villages of Yoquivo and Polanco (130 km).

Facilities and services:

•Air taxi daily (from Guachochi).

•Ground transportation of personnel and cargo daily.

•Power line at 7 km.

•15 kms to an external beneficiation plant 70 ton . 

    (Explosive-Semarnat permits).

Geological framework:

•Lower Volcanic Series host rock.

•High grade Silver ore shoots at Dios Padre vein – Mine.

•Other veins showing high grades containing Au-Ag-Pb-Zn—Cu mineralization.

•Skarn and argillic alteration is widespread all over the area.


Mineralized structures:

3 Hilos Vein

•General direction NW75 °.

•General dip 45-75 ° SW.

•900 m length.

•1.2 m average thickness.

•Quartz vein with FeOx.


Mafer Vein:

•General direction NW50 °.

•General dip 45 ° SW.

•250 m length.

•0.4 m average thickness.

•Quartz vein.


La Muralla Vein:

•General direction  NW70 °.

•General dip 75 ° SW.

•300 m length.

•0.2 m average thickness.

•Quartz vein whit FeOx.


Rodado Vein:

•General direction  NW70 °.

•General dip 75 ° SW.

•300 m length.

•0.2 m average thickness.

Quartz vein whit FeOx.




·Over 400 surface and underground samples taken.

·Several veins were identified ranging from 20 cm up to 3 meters wide and over 900 meters long.

·Evidence of copper is present in chips and veins.

·Evidence of different intrusive types.

·Underground old mine with high grade values average of 2,300 g/t and 20 cm wide.

·High grade samples taken on surface ranging:

          ·Gold 0.98 to 12.03 g/t.  

          ·Silver 202 to 1460 g/t.

          ·Copper up to 4.02%.

          ·Lead up to 68%.

La Muralla Project  - Grades of Au and Ag -


La Muralla Project  - Grades of Cu, Pb and Zn -


Geochemistry Ag


Mafer vein schematic section


Geochemistry Pb


Geophysics / IP and Resistivity Tomography

Surface geophysics as deep as 350 meters shows high chargeability anomalies, meaning there is a high possibility of deeper continuity of a large ore body or larger veins.


Shallow geophysics was taken as deep as 65 meters and it shows continuity of the surface veins probing there is continuity.


Geophysics / IP in Loreto – Papas – Mafer


Dios Padre Mine

Geological mapping on haul level.


The mineralization in the mine is located in the Dios Padre fault vein.


The average thickness of 0.2 m with a general direction NE70°SW dipping to the SE and inclination of 40° to 60°.


The lithology of the area consists of Tertiary andesites (lower volcanic group) and subvolcanic intrusive bodies in the form of small dikes intruding the andesites. These dikes are related to mineralization.


Intrusive of very compact dioritic composition with strong magnetism.


Porphyritic quartz-feldspathic intrusive encased the mineralized zone.

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