Rockcliff Copper Corporation holds two highly-prospective projects in areas located in the Antioquia province of Colombia, Caramanta and Guadalupe.
The Caramanta Project is located at the center of the Middle Cauca Belt, one of the most prolific gold districts in Colombia, with production dating back to pre-Colonial times. It has also been the focus of intense exploration over the past five years with a number of exciting new discoveries including Anglogold Ashanti's La Colosa, a porphyry-gold deposit with a JORC-compliant Inferred resource of 24.15 Moz Au at 0.94g/t Au. Directly south of Caramanta is Gran Colombia Gold's Marmato Project with NI 43-101 compliant Measured and Indicated resources of 11.8Moz Au at 0.90 g/t Au and Inferred Resources of 2.6Moz Au at 1.0 g/t Au. To the north is Sunward Resource's Titiribí deposit with NI 43-101 compliant Measured and Indicated resource of 4.6Moz Au at 0.52 g/t Au and Inferred Resource of 6.44 Moz Au at 0.56 g/t Au.
The Guadalupe project is located along the northern contact of the Antioquia Batholith, one of the historically most significant gold districts in Colombia, with gold production dating back to pre-Colonial times. It has also been the focus of intense exploration over the past five years with a number of exciting new discoveries including Anglogold Ashanti and B2Gold's Gramalote, an intrusion related gold deposit with a 43-101 compliant resource of 2.4 Moz Au at 1.0g/t Au. South of Guadalupe is Antioquia Gold's Cisneros project and to the west is Red Eagle Mining's Santa Rosa project.