2742 St. Joseph Blvd., Unit 200
Canada, K1C 1G5
Gold - Silver - Copper
The Vetas Grandes property is located in the Western Cordillera of the Andes in southern Ecuador, approximately 20 km southwest of Cuenca, the capital city of Azuay Province. The property covers a rugged area of some 300 km2, and lies at elevations ranging from 1,500 to 4,000 m above sea level. Access to the property is good via a series of paved and/or gravel roads, and numerous mule and foot paths.
The Vetas Grandes property, originally acquired by Cornerstone in 2005, is an early stage exploration project which encompasses the Vetas Grandes gold prospect. It is strategically located between the Quimsacocha epithermal gold-silver-copper project to the east, the Rio Blanco epithermal gold-silver project to the northwest and the Chaucha porphyry copper-molybdenum deposit to the west.
The Vetas Grandes property straddles the Gañarin Belt, a 50 km-long regional feature which contains volcanic centres and associated high-level intrusions, and which is highly prospective for hosting epithermal gold - silver ± copper and porphyry copper - gold ± molybdenum deposits.
Highlights of the prospect is provided below:
13-07 - Cornerstone Provides Corporate Update
Consulting Technical Reports
Mar, 2007: Shyri Property North Report Update: Jeffery W. Hedenquist
Mar, 2007: Shyri Property South Report Update: Jeffery W. Hedenquist