Guadalupe is located in Central Peru, North of Pucara’s other concessions. The 5,900 hectare concession package boasts a Copper-Zinc Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide (VMS) target. Various propecting activities have been completed, including geologic and alteration mapping, rock and stream sediment geochemistry, induced-polarization (IP), ground magnetometry (119 line-km) and ground time-domain electromagnetic (TEM) (18 line-km) surveys. To date, 3,776m of drilling across seven holes has been completed. Initial drilling identified up to 1.94% Zinc, 0.87% Copper, 41.8 g/t Silver, and 0.67 g/t Gold. There are several similarities to neighbouring VMS deposits including the Cerro Lindo Mine; a multimillion tonne deposit.