Q'Inti Breccia

The Q'Inti (previously Araya) Breccia Pipe lies along the southern extensions of the highly productive Paleocene Mineral Belt in northern Chile that contains numerous important copper, gold and silver mines and projects, and to the south of the historically important Inca de Oro mining district.  The Q'Inti Breccia forms part of the Los Azules breccia pipe district.  Oxide and sulphide copper mineralisation is associated with the Q'Inti Breccia Pipe, and artisanal mining of oxide copper has taken place intermittently over decades.

  • Northern Chile, 50 km E of Copiapo
  • 70 km S of the Inca de Oro mining district
  • 100% Masglas America Corporation SpA
  • Revelo retains a 2.0% NSR royalty interest (uncapped)
Property Size
  • ~ 103 Ha
Deposit Type
  • Copper Mineralised Tourmaline Breccia Pipes
  • Readily accessible by paved road and good quality dirt road from the City of Copiapo
  • Altitudes from approximately 1,800 m to 2,300 m