This zone is to the north of the Cuba Zone and is covered by a thick blanket of till with no outcrop. It has been defined as a coincident magnetic low and chargeability high. It lies between two well defined magnetic linears. A single trench and 10 percussion drill holes tested the zone in 2013. K-feldspar, transitional propylitic and sericite-albite-pyrite alteration assemblages have been recognized in percussion drill cuttings in the Quintana Zone. In the eastern margin of the pyrite zone is associated with clay alteration. This alteration has led us to plan diamond drilling of the Quintana Zone.