Cerro Blanco Copper-Gold-Molybdenum Project

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The 12,829-hectare Cerro Blanco copper-gold-molybdenum project is located near Barreal in the Calingasta Department of San Juan Province, Argentina.

The property is 113 kilometers southwest of the provincial capital San Juan and 42 kilometers southwest of the town of Barreal. The property is accessible by a gravel road which connects to a major highway 32 kilometers away.


Large Scale Copper/Gold/Molybdenum porphyry target

  • Near Barreal, San Juan Province, Argentina
  • Prior drilling intercepted sulphide mineralization
    and hydrothermal alteration
  • 20m core length grading 0.47% copper, 0.21g/t gold
  • 10m core length grading 0.65% copper, 0.26g/t gold


The Cerro Blanco copper-gold-molybdenum project has been previously drilled. This work has intersected broad zones of copper porphyry mineralization and hydrothermal alteration. Historical drill results have returned 20 meters grading 0.47% copper, 0.21 g/t gold and 248 ppm molybdenum, as well as 10 meters grading 0.65% copper, 0.26 g/t gold and 246 ppm molybdenum.

Antler Hill will be conducting geological mapping, aeromagnetic survey, a detailed IP survey on select targets and drilling on select IP and magnetic targets in the upcoming exploration season.



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