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Bhyundar Khal Trek

Following the track of Frank Smythe's discovery of the Valley of Flowers

Bhyundar Khal Trek - Quick Informations

  • 📅 Duration: 11 Da
  • 🔼 Highest Altitude: 5100m
  • 🛑 Grade: Strenuous ( know trek grades )
  • 👍 Best Time: May End - June, Sep - Early October
  • 🏃 Activity Type: Trek
  • 🔄 Trail Type: Same Exit Entry Point
  • 🚩 Starts From: Joshimath
  • 🚩 Ends In: Joshimath
  • 🌏 Region: India - Uttrakhand
  • 🎌 Country: India
  • 🛪  Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehraoon, Uttrakhand
  • 🚉 Nearest Rail Head: Rishikesh, Uttrakhand

Bhyundar Khal Trek - Key Geographical Highlights

8 Popular Peaks:
Deoban ( 6855m ), Gauri Parbat ( 6708m ), Hathi Parbat ( 6727m ), Kamet ( 7756m ), Mana Peak ( 7272m ), Mandir Parbat ( 6559m ), Nilgiri Parbat ( 6474m ), Nilkantha ( 6596m )
1 High Passes:
Bhyunder Khal ( 5100m )
4 Mind-boggling Glaciers:
Gauri Glacier, Rataban Glacier, Tipra Bamak, Rataban Glacier N
2 Tranquil Rivers:
Bhyunder Ganga, Dhauli Ganga
2 Beautiful Remote Villages:
Ghamsali, Ghangharia
1 National Parks Or Forest Reserve:
Valley of Flowers National Park

Bhyundar Khal Trek - Elevation Profile & Itinerary Overview

Day 1
D1Rishikesh
Day 1
Karn Prayag
Day 1
Chamoli
Day 2
D2Joshimath
Day 2
Govind Ghat
Day 2
Bhyundar
Day 3
D3Ghangaria
Day 3
Ghangaria
Day 3
Hemkund Sahib
Day 4
D4Ghangaria
Day 5
D5Tipra Kharak
Day 6
D6Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp
Day 7
D7Bhyundar Khal BC
Day 8
D8Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp
Day 8
Eri Udiyar
Day 9
D9Thur Udiyar
Day 9
Raj Shim
Day 9
Dal Dungi
Day 10
D10Ghamsali
Day 11
D11Joshimath
Day 12
Rishikesh

Bhyundar Khal Trek Daywise Itinerary

Day 1Arrival In Joshimath

Overnight In: Joshimath (1850m )
Accommodation: Hotel In Joshimath
Meals Included: Evening Snacks, Dinner
Cost Of Transport Included: No
Activity: Drive Day

It's a long drive from Rishikesh to Joshimath. So be prepared. The roads are nice apart from a few bad patches and very scenic too. We expect you by evening. Our team awaits you in your hotel. if required, we can arrange a comfortable private car for the travel from Rishikesh to Joshimath.

Day 2From Joshimath To Ghangaria, Via - Govind Ghat, Bhyundar ( 10 Kms,5 - 6 hours )

Day 2
1850 - Joshimath
Day 2
1815 - Govind Ghat
Day 2
2460 - Bhyundar
Day 2
3095 - Ghangaria


10Km, 5 - 6hrs.

Activity: Drive, Trek Day
Overnight In: Ghangaria (3094m )
Accommodation: Hotel In Ghangaria
Meals Included: All Meals

In the morning we take a car to drop us at Govind Ghat from where we start our trek. It's a simple trek on a well-maintained pilgrimage and village route.

Day 3

Exploration Day


Excursion to Hemkund Sahib. Return To Ghangaria ( 12 Kms,6 hours )

Day 3
3095 - Ghangaria
Day 3
3095 - Ghangaria
Day 3
4165 - Hemkund Sahib
Day 3
3095 - Ghangaria


12Km, 6hrs.

Activity: Trek Day
Overnight In: Ghangaria (3094m )
Accommodation: Hotel In Ghangaria
Meals Included: All meals

Today we are destined for Sri Hemkund Sahib and the pious lake of Hemkund. It's a pilgrim route but a tough one as compared to the previous day. It's steep and climbs up higher above 4000 meters to take us to one of the most pious places for the Hindus and especially the Sikhs. This trek will definitely help us in the difficult zones we will be venturing in coming days.

Day 4From Ghangaria To Tipra Kharak ( 10 Kms,5 - 6 hours )

Day 4
3095 - Ghangaria
Day 4
3700 - Tipra Kharak


10Km, 5 - 6hrs.

Activity: Trek Day
Overnight In: Tipra Kharak (3700m )
Accommodation: Tents In Tipra Kharak
Meals Included: All Meals

The trek passes through the very famous Valley of Flowers National Park. We follow the Bhyundar Ganga and camp at Tipra Bamak where the glacier from Gouri Parvat meet another small glacier from the neighbourhood unknown peek. Both these glaciers along with Rataban glacier contribute to Bhyundar Ganga and finally the Pushwati Ganga. The entire trek is amazingly scenic and the magnanimous presence of Hathi and Gauri Parvat allures us throughout the day.

Day 5From Tipra Kharak To Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp ( 7 Kms,4 - 5 hours )

Day 5
3700 - Tipra Kharak
Day 5
4320 - Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp


7Km, 4 - 5hrs.

Activity: Trek Day
Overnight In: Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp (4320m )
Accommodation: Tents
Meals Included: All meals

As the altitude increases the terrain starts to get difficult too. We start negotiating the glacial moraine from today and with every increase in altitude, negotiating the moraine needs cautious steps and good acclimatization. We camp at t=one of the most scenic campsite in the Garhwal Himalayas. This is the meeting point of the Rataban Glacier and Gauri Glacier. The huge ice fall of Rataban glacier blows off your mind. At the same time the Gauri peak along with its glacier offers a ultimate Himalayan High

Day 6From Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp To Bhyundar Khal BC ( 6 Kms,4 - 5 hours )

Day 6
4320 - Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp
Day 6
4600 - Bhyundar Khal BC


6Km, 4 - 5hrs.

Activity: Trek Day
Overnight In: Bhyundar Khal BC (4600m )
Accommodation: Tents
Meals Included: All Meals

A short but arduous walk negotiating the lateral moraine created by the Rataban glacier

Day 7

Pass Crossing Day


Cross And Reach Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp ( 10 Kms,6 - 7 hours )

Day 7
4600 - Bhyundar Khal BC
Day 7
4500 - Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp


10Km, 6 - 7hrs.

Activity: Trek Day
Overnight In: Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp (4500m )
Accommodation: Tents
Meals Included: All Meals

Today is the ultimate day when we cross the Bhyundar Pass and cross over to the other side of the valley. It will be a challenging day and we start early in the morning to negotiate the crevasse laden track over hard snow. Trekking with proper gears and knowledge of the mountains will make our task easier. Once we summit the Bhyundar Khal, we are greeted by some of the most elegant peaks of the Garhwal Himalayas. We need to carefully descend down to safety as soon as possible and that would require negotiating moraines and crevasses as well.

Day 8From Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp To Thur Udiyar, Via - Eri Udiyar ( 14 Kms,6 - 7 hours )

Day 8
4500 - Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp
Day 8
4300 - Eri Udiyar
Day 8
4000 - Thur Udiyar


14Km, 6 - 7hrs.

Activity: Trek Day
Overnight In: Thur Udiyar (4000m )
Accommodation: Tents
Meals Included: All Meals

We descend down to Thur Udiyar given good weather, else we will camp at a suitable place either in Eri Udiyar or in between.

Day 9From Thur Udiyar To Ghamsali, Via - Raj Shim, Dal Dungi ( 14 Kms,5 - 6 hours )

Day 9
4000 - Thur Udiyar
Day 9
3900 - Raj Shim
Day 9
3800 - Dal Dungi
Day 9
3300 - Ghamsali


14Km, 5 - 6hrs.

Activity: Trek Day
Overnight In: Ghamsali (3300m )
Accommodation: Camp or Homestay
Meals Included: All Meals

Continuous descend through the green pasture land gets us to the beautiful village of Ghamshali where we stay for a night.

Day 10From Ghamsali To Joshimath ( 90 Kms,4 - 5 hours )

Day 10
3300 - Ghamsali
Day 10
1850 - Joshimath


90Km, 4 - 5hrs.

Activity: Drive Day
Overnight In: Joshimath (1850m )
Accommodation: Hotel In Joshimath
Meals Included: All Meals

Our trek just got over. We now no longer need to walk to move distance. Ghamsali is a beautiful village. If we want, we can visit Niti village which stands at the Tibet border. We take the road to return to Joshimath afterwards.

Day 11From Joshimath To Rishikesh ( 260 Kms,8 - 9 hours )

Day 11
1850 - Joshimath
Day 11
370 - Rishikesh


260Km, 8 - 9hrs.

Activity: Drive Day
Overnight In: Rishikesh (370m )
Accommodation: None
Meals Included: Breakfast

We return to Rishikesh

Bhyundar Khal Trek - - Why Its A Must-Do

  • The Bhyundar Khal Trek proposes an ultimate challenge for the Himalayan High Seeker in the lap of the Garhwal Himalayas. The trek is worth all the effort it takes to cross the highly glaciated and crevasse laden route, though it might require a great support crew and an adventure-seeking mind to complete it successfully.
  • The trek offers awe-inspiring views of some of the beautiful peaks of the Garhwal Himalayas, namely Nar, Neelkanth, Hathi, Gauri, Rataban, etc.
  • The Bhyundar Khal trek involves negotiating glacier zones, moraine walks topped up by close views of mighty peaks and finally crossing a High Altitude Pass which rises above 5100 Meters definitely presents a thrilling adventure.
  • The Bhyundar Khal trek offers an opportunity to walk on Frank Smythe's path, an English Mountaineer who first explored this valley and discovered today's UNESCO World Heritage Site of Valley Of Flowers National Park. It was he who names it so. His explorations in the mountains of Garhwal are worth a read and to be able to walk on the same route as he will feel awesome.
  • The trek ends in the village of Ghamsali which is one of the remotest villages on the borders of Uttrakhand and Tibet. Very few of the Rongpa tribes live there. Other nearby villages are worth a visit, namely Bampa, Malari and Niti - the last village before Tibet Border.
  • Bhyundar Khal is not a pass to be crossed by the weak-hearted. For those who are motivated by the remoteness of the Himalayas and are ready to accept the challenges, this region can offer them a good exploration thrill. More so if it is clubbed together with Gupt Khal.

Bhyundar Khal Trek - An Elaborate Description

What lies beyond the popular Valley Of Flowers? It must be beautiful, isn't it? Can we explore further and exit to the other side of the valley? Where would it take us to?

These are a few questions that hit my imagination when I read about the discovery of the Bhyundar Valley and Valley of Flowers by an elite British Explorer - Frank Smythe. That's how perhaps every exploration begins. So did mine. Merely reaching the Valley of Flowers and returning back never satisfied my soul. The simple thought of walking on the trails deep in the Himalayas where very few people venture is what gives a perfect Himalayan High. So is the trek to Bhyundar.

 

Approach March For The Bhyundar Khal Trek - Route Details

The trek to Bhyundar Khal involves negotiating a huge amount of glacial moraines in steep sections and a few crevasse laden zones. All these require a high amount of cautiousness and alertness not just on the trail, but also while camping. The campsites are limited and might not be comfortable to your desires, but then if you want comfort you did rather return from Valley Of Flowers itself and sleep in a hotel!

Approaching the Bhyundar Khal from the Valley of Flowers side rather makes better sense, though it can be approached from Ghamsali side as well. We favour this route as the ascend on moraines from this side appears safer than that of the opposite side. Though on paper it could not look very different from the other side as well, but on such treks, we should plan to bring things into our favour as much as possible. especially keeping the weather contingencies and grade of ascent in mind, approaching from this side has a little upper edge.

 

Extending Bhyundar Khal Trek With Gupt Khal

The Bhyundar Khal trek can be extended to go further via the Gupt Khal to exit ion Badrinath rather than Ghamsali. This definitely makes the trek longer but adds to a lot of thrill and exploration satisfaction. The route is done by only a very few trekkers in our Country and hence has an excellent Himalayan High in it.

When you approach the Bhyundar Khal from the VOF side, after crossing the pass, the route intersects the Bankund Glacier which feeds the Dhauli Ganga on the other side of the valley. The route to Gupt Khal takes a left turn from here and wanders through some of the most exquisite campsites and mountainscapes before opening up near Badrinath. 

Bhyundar Khal Trek Frequently Asked Questions

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Which Is The Best Time To Do The Bhyundar Khal Trek?

The best time to do the Bhyundar Khal trek is during the months of May till June and from September end till November first week. Beyond this time period, the trek will be difficult to approach.

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Can Novice Trekkers Do The Bhyundar Khal Trek?

We would refrain Beginners to attempt this trek unless accompanied by highly experienced team members and have good fitness, listening ability and the mindset to abide by the rules of the mountains and that set by the leaders

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How Safe Is The Bhyundar Khal Trek?

This trek is not just a high altitude trek but is treacherous as well. It requires negotiating glacial moraines and crevasse sections. Things can go wrong anytime and a good highly experienced knowledgeable support team is the key to success. If there is any physical injury or medical cases in the moraine zones, rescue will become very difficult. If mobility is lost, then we would require porters in shifts to get one to the safe zone. On the other hand, if mobility is not lost, we can walk back to safety, though it will take a lot of time to be back to safety. A small team supported by the best in the field helps maintaining high standards of safety on the trek

Bhyundar Khal Trek Package Cost Details

** click on the DayNumber to read detailed itinerary for the day

  • Day 1

    Drive

    Arrival Day
    Arrive In Joshimath (1850m )
    Overnight In: Joshimath (1850m )
    Accommodation: Hotel In Joshimath
    Meals Included: Evening Snacks, Dinner
    Cost Of Transport Included: NO
  • Day 2

    Drive, Trek

    From Joshimath (1850m ) To Ghangaria (3094m ), Via - Govind Ghat (1815m ), Bhyundar (2458m ). 5 - 6 Hrs. 10 Kms
    Overnight In: Ghangaria (3094m )
    Accommodation: Hotel In Ghangaria
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 3

    Trek

    From Ghangaria (3094m ) To Ghangaria (3094m ) . Excursion to Hemkund Sahib (4161m ). 6 Hrs. 12 Kms
    Overnight In: Ghangaria (3094m )
    Accommodation: Hotel In Ghangaria
    Meals Included: All meals
  • Day 4

    Trek

    From Ghangaria (3094m ) To Tipra Kharak (3700m ) . 5 - 6 Hrs. 10 Kms
    Overnight In: Tipra Kharak (3700m )
    Accommodation: Tents In Tipra Kharak
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 5

    Trek

    From Tipra Kharak (3700m ) To Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp (4320m ) . 4 - 5 Hrs. 7 Kms
    Overnight In: Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp (4320m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All meals
  • Day 6

    Trek

    From Bhyundar Ice Fall Camp (4320m ) To Bhyundar Khal BC (4600m ) . 4 - 5 Hrs. 6 Kms
    Overnight In: Bhyundar Khal BC (4600m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 7

    Pass Crossing Day.

    From Bhyundar Khal BC (4600m ) To Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp (4500m ) . 6 - 7 Hrs. 10 Kms
    Overnight In: Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp (4500m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 8

    Trek

    From Rataban Glacier Moraine Camp (4500m ) To Thur Udiyar (4000m ), Via - Eri Udiyar (4300m ) . 6 - 7 Hrs. 14 Kms
    Overnight In: Thur Udiyar (4000m )
    Accommodation: Tents
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 9

    Trek

    From Thur Udiyar (4000m ) To Ghamsali (3300m ), Via - Raj Shim (3900m ), Dal Dungi (3800m ). 5 - 6 Hrs. 14 Kms
    Overnight In: Ghamsali (3300m )
    Accommodation: Camp or Homestay
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 10

    Drive

    From Ghamsali (3300m ) To Joshimath (1850m ) . 4 - 5 Hrs. 90 Kms
    Overnight In: Joshimath (1850m )
    Accommodation: Hotel In Joshimath
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 11

    Drive

    From Joshimath (1850m ) To Rishikesh (370m ) . 8 - 9 Hrs. 260 Kms
    Overnight In: Rishikesh (370m )
    Accommodation: None
    Meals Included: Breakfast
From Rs. 90000 To Rs. 30000/-
+5% GST PER HEAD
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Batch Size:
25 - 40 <12

Cost Terms:

  1. The above-mentioned cost is in a range of minimum to maximum per-person cost for this trek as per 2 - 12 people team. Package Inclusions as per this cost can be read on Cost Inclusions.
  2. Going by our standardized service, appropiate safety measures, quality equipment and ecologically sustainable - small group commitment, higher team size will lower the cost whereas a lower team size will significantly increase the cost.
  3. To get the group segmented cost for this trek, please email or contact us on Whatsapp.
  4. The actual per-person cost of the trek is subject to the actual team size joining the trek. If you make any customizations that drastically change the cost as mentioned here, then it will mandatorily have to be a private group only.
  5. If we have dates listed on our website and it is not marked as private, it means other people have booked this trek for that date and have opened it up for other members to join to lower the cost. You may join that group as well as create your own private group.
  6. At any point, the team size cannot be more than 12 members unless there is a unique exception requested or agreed upon by all the team members.

Customized Private Group For Bhyundar Khal Trek

Trekking is a very personal activity and is perhaps one of the very few activities that give you enough time to indulge with yourself or your beloved people, group of special friends, or close family members. It helps you transform personal bonds to the next level as it brings out everyone's best and truest self. Trekking is most enjoyed when it is done in a small private group, personalized to serve your specific needs. The Himalayas are best experienced when there is silence and solitude around and when you are surrounded only by your best people. Your trek is most enjoyable when all the pain of arranging a smooth trek is taken care of by us, and you focus just on your trek and yourself. Most importantly, a small private trekking group is very flexible, personalized and more enjoyable, is the safest and follows the principles of Sustainable and Responsible Tourism. We specialize in and are more popular for arranging Small Customized Private Trekking Groups to the Himalayas. Enquire For Customized Private Trek





INTERNATIONAL GUESTS: Trek cost for foreigners is slightly higher than the cost for our Indian guests, mainly due to the higher permit fee applicable for admission to National Parks or protected forest areas. Sometimes, it may be higher due to higher local crew wages and other specific arrangements we make to ensure a safe, comfortable and enriching travel experience in India. However, we absolutely DO NOT 'hyper-charge' our International guests ever and at the same time, ensure that we meet all the standards for highly qualified trek leaders and guides, safety, medical preparation, evacuation strategy, rescue arrangements, eco-sensitive travel, high-value knowledge sharing about the area and customs of the locals. 

Extra Cost For International Trekkers: Rs. 5000 per person.




 

Booking Process: Booking can only be done after multiple communitation via email / Whatsapp / Calls. After finalization, booking fees can be paid online or through direct bank transfers. International Trekkers can pay the partial booking fees using PayPal, Transferwise, Western Union or Direct Wire Transfer. The remaining trek fees can be paid upon arrival in India and meeting our trek leader.

Must Read - Important Pre-Booking Information

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We do not organize fixed departures for this trip.

If you want to do this trek with us, please fill this form to Request A Customized Private Trip Plan just for your team members. We will get back to you with all the details specific to your personalized requirements

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE

  • Duration: 11 Days / 10 nights of the trek cost from Joshimath to Joshimath
  • Accommodation In Base Village (Joshimath): 2 nights in a good hotel in Joshimath
  • Accommodation On Trek: Spacious, sturdy and High-Quality Dome Tents will be provided on twin sharing basis.
  • Sleeping In Tents: Thick Waterproof Mattress complemented with Sub Zero Sleeping bags supported with Warm Fleece Sleeping Bag Inners For Extra Hygiene and Warmth will be provided by us
  • Dining On Trek: We will provide Dining and Kitchen Tents with camping stools and table for extra hygiene and comfort.
  • Toilet On Treks: Dry eco-toilet will be set up with a toilet tent and toilet seat.
  • Meals: All meals starting Evening Tea in Joshimath on Day 1 till Breakfast in Joshimath on Day 9 morning. 3 meals (B,L,D) suited for high altitude with evening snacks, soup, hot drinks and extra energizers/juice for summit days
  • Trail Safety: Gaiters, Anti Slip Crampons and Ice Axe depending upon snow conditions.
  • Communication: For efficient management of the trek, the team will be communicating with each other and trek base with the help of long-range wireless sets.
  • Medical Safety: Oxygen cylinder, Pulse Oximeter, Thermal temperature scanner and  Emergency Medical Kit accompanied with a trek leader knowledgeable on high altitude medicine and physiology
  • Trek Leader and Guide: Experienced and Well Equipped English/ Hindi Speaking Trek Leader maintaining guide to trekker ratio of 1:6. That is 1 guide for every 6 trekkers.
  • Local Support Staff: Expert and Knowledgeable local guide with cooks, helpers, porters, mules, etc
  • Permits: All required forest entry permits and camping fees as per the rules of Valley Of Flowers National Park
  • Transfers: 2-way transfers from Joshimath to Govindghat and from Ghamsali to Joshimath for the trekking team and support crew.
  • Max Team Size: Small group of not more than 12 members. You can make any batch a private batch by paying a little extra over the base trek fees.

 

 

 

Add Ons: Make A Comfortable Trek

  • Single Tent Supplement: Rs 10000
  • Personal Baggage Porterage: Rs. 6000, up to 11 Kgs

 

 

Add Ons: Personal Equipment On Rent

  • High Ankle Waterproof Trekking Shoes (Quechua): Rs 1000
  • -20 degrees Down Jackets: Rs. 1200
  • Windproof/Waterproof Jackets: Rs. 500
  • Windproof/Waterproof pants: Rs. 500
  • Headlamps: 200
  • Poncho: 200
  • Trek Pole: 200
  • Rucksack: 200
  • Waterproof Gloves: 200

WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED 

  • BAGGAGE OFFLOAD: ( optional at extra cost at Rs. 6000 per bag weighing not more than 10 Kgs)
  • TRANSPORT From Dehradun/Rishikesh to Joshimath: This can be arranged on request. 
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Personal Purchases
  • Bottled Water and Food Purchased Outside Our Menu
  • Personal Gears
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusion list

When Should You Book?

We typically get booked about 2 - 5 months in advance. It is advisable to book this much in advance as you get early bird discounts and also your travel costs like flights/hotels/trains etc are much cheaper and confirmed if you book well in advance.


Rules Of Cancellation: 

If cancellation is done:

  1. Up to 30 days or more before the trek start date  - Full Refund of the total paid amount
  2. Between 30 days to 20 days before the trek start date - 50% refund of the invoiced amount. 30% of the invoice amount will be charged as the cancellation penalty.
  3. Between 20 days to 0 days before the trek start date - No refund. Free rescheduling or transfer of slot is allowed.
  4. Transfer Of Seat to Different Batch/ Trek: No Loss Of Money, valid up to 1 year from Invoice date. It can be availed up to 15 days before Trek Start Date by sending an email.
  5. Transfer of Seat to Friend/ Family: No Loss Of Money, valid up to 1 year from Invoice date. It can be availed up to 5 days before Trek Start Date by sending an email.
  6. Validity: This rule is only applicable for treks between 4000 to 6000 meters and graded as Challenging or Challenging+

 

Find detailed info on Cancellation & Refund Policy

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