Sierra de Varas is an extensive 10,100 hectare property located within the Domeyko Corridor of northern Chile. Block 3 sits approximately 55 km south-southwest of the world’s largest copper mine, La Escondida, which is also hosted in the Domeyko Corridor. Two known porphyry copper targets, Anaquena and Sierra de Varas, are located in concessions contiguous with or as third party holdings within the Block 3 property, respectively. Regional magnetic survey data suggest that a magmatic intrusive complex is centered on the Sierra de Varas porphyry prospect, with extensions onto the Block 3 property. Two prospective areas identified from the magnetics surveys have not been drill tested by any operators.