Calvario 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. Calvario is a porphyry copper target, and is the northernmost of two large hydrothermal alteration systems (including Mirador) controlled by Revelo within a contiguous property package, located 115 km SSW of Teck-Goldcorp’s Nueva Union project.

  • Northern Chile, 85 km NE of La Serena
  • 115 km SSW of Relincho (Nueva Union – Teck-Goldcorp)
  • 100% Revelo
  • Partially subject to 2% NSR Royalty on precious metals + 1% on base metals (50% buy-back option – to 1% precious metals + 0.5% base metals)
Property Size
  • ~ 6,900 Ha
  • Subject to Option, JV & Royalty Agreement with Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile S.A. (SQM)
Deposit Type
  • Porphyry Copper (+/- Mo)
Exploration Stage
  • Early stage with 4,314 m drilling to date
  • Excellent access, close to new road which connects Pan American Highway with Pascua-Lama (Barrick Gold)
  • Altitude of approximately 3,000 m