OVERVIEW

Complete the world famous ‘Tour du Mont Blanc’ in 8 days by using excellent local transport links to reach the best sections of this legendary trek. Starting and finishing in Chamonix, ascend by cable car to high grazing pastures and onto alpine trails as you circumnavigate western Europe’s highest mountain, Mont Blanc (4810m).

Trek into Italy, hiking over the Col de la Seigne (2515m) and to the chic, cobbled streets of Courmayeur. Hike over the mighty Grand Col Ferret (2530m) and descend into the pristine valleys of Switzerland. Stay in the charming lakeside village of Champex and choose between the classic Bovine Route or the challenging, rocky trail of the Fenetre d’Arpette (2665m). The final day of trekking culminates by crossing back into France over the Col de Balme (2192m). Sitting high above the head of Chamonix Valley, soak up the panorama of snow-capped peaks, glaciers, verdant meadows and historic villages that make the Tour du Mont Blanc, one of the most coveted treks in the world.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Trek the best routes of the world famous ‘Tour du Mont Blanc Circuit’
  • Hike through the high alps of France, Italy and Switzerland
  • Sample typical Savoyard dishes such as cheese fondue and tartiflette
  • Stay in the chocolate box Swiss village of Champex
  • Follow rugged mountain trails over the Col de la Seigne, Grand Col Ferret and Col du Balme
  • Discover the famous French mountain town of Chamonix
  • Stay in family run hotels and traditional alpine chalets
  • Private rooms and luggage transfers included

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
SELF GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
8 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate to Challenging

Grade 4 - Moderate to Challenging

Distances are longer up to 20km. Steep hill sections and rough surfaces. Walking experience and active lifestyle necessary.

PRICE FROM
$ 2595

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 615

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

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ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8

DAY 1
Arrive Chamonix

Bustling with outdoor enthusiasts, the French Alpine town of Chamonix is only a 90-minute transfer from Geneva Airport. From the garden of your hotel, relax under the incredible Mont Blanc massif before further exploring the streets, pavement cafes and bars of this famous alpine town.

Accommodation: Hotel Oustalet
Run by the Durban sisters, Agnes and Veronique’s 3* hotel is a typical timber alpine chalet located in the heart of Chamonix. From their spacious garden, relax poolside with exceptional views of the Aiguille du Midi and Mont Blanc.

Meals included: None

DAY 2
Walk to Les Contamines

Today we’d suggest taking the cable car up to Bellevue (1802m) at the western end of the Chamonix Valley. From Bellevue you have a choice of two routes to Les Contamines; Hike over the Col du Tricot (2102m), under the shadow of the Bionnassay and Aiguille de Bionnassay glaciers and onwards to the picture postcard Chalet de Miage (famed for their blueberry tart). Alternatively, trek through high alpine pastures and enchanting woodland via the hamlets of Bionnassay and Le Champel to the peaceful village of Les Contamines.

Trek via the Col du Tricot: 18km
Ascent: 1450m
Descent: 1250m

Trek via Bionnassay & Le Champel: 17km
Ascent: 1050m
Descent: 850m

By using the cable from Bellevue either walk is reduced by approx. 2 hours and around 700-800m of ascent.

Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel Gai Soleil
Built by a local farmer in 1823, the Hotel Gai Soleil became a family run hotel around 1920. With a surge in climbers visiting the region, the Gai Soleil became a firm favourite with keen alpinists. Run by Valerie and David, they take immense pride in serving dishes created with local produce. In the warm summer evenings, dinner is often served in their peaceful garden.

DAY 3
Walk to Les Chapieux (or Refuge Mottets)

Begin the day by walking south from Les Contamines along the River Bonnant to the 17th century church of Notre-Dame, which marks the start of the mountain path to Col du Bonhomme (2329m). The road gives way to a steep and roughly paved road, which climbs to Refuge La Balme (a very well-timed rest!). From here the, rocky path climbs over the Col du Bonhomme and onto Col du Croix Bonhomme (2383m). If conditions (and legs) permit, there is an option to hike over the spectacular Col des Fours (2655m), before descending directly into Vallee des Glacier and your overnight accommodation.

Trek to Les Chapieux: 18.5km
Ascent: 1350m
Descent: 950m

Trek via Col des Fours to Mottets: 19.5km
Ascent: 1600m
Descent: 900m

Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodations: Auberge de la Nova
A friendly auberge that provides a warm welcome to hikers. Serving up simple and delicious dishes, this accommodation is simple and offers comfortable private rooms being en-suite. On arrival it’s worth grabbing a refreshing beer and kicking back to relax in the gardens before dinner.

Refuge Mottets
Located at the foot of the climb to Col de la Seigne, Refuge Mottets is a cosy mountain refuge, offering simple, private en-suite rooms. Included dinners are typically hearty dishes of beef bourguignonne and on occasion the local staff play folk music during the evening. Staying at the Refuge Mottets is wonderful, authentic mountain experience.

DAY 4
Walk to Courmayeur, Italy

From the Vallee des Glacier it’s a steady well carved track that winds up to Col de la Seigne (2513m). At the pass, straddle the border between France and Italy and soak up views from the southern side of the Mont Blanc massif where the landscape changes in dramatic, jagged peaks. On the descent into Courmayeur stop at the Rifugio Elisabetta below the tumbling Glacier de la Lee Blanche for a sweet, creamy panna cotta. Descending into Val Veni you can continue the journey by public bus into Courmayeur or ascend to Col Checrouit where there are some of the best views of the Mont Blanc on all of the circuit.

Trek from Les Chapieux to La Visaille (bus onto Courmayeur)
Distance: 20km
Ascent: 970m
Descent: 850m
The distance can be reduced by 5km by taking the valley shuttle bus.

Trek from Refuge Mottets
Distance: 15km
Ascent: 900m
Descent: 850m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Crampon
Run by the Grivel Di Addario family, this 3* hotel is located in a quiet street just a few minutes walk from the main centre. With a long heritage of mountaineers in the family, the hotel is well equipped to look after weary trekkers. A comfortable lounge, fireplace, a garden terrace and modest en-suite rooms all make for an enjoyable stay.

DAY 5
Courmayeur to Champex

Begin the day with a scenic bus ride (25mins) along the impressive Val Ferret. At the head of the valley a straightforward but steep climb winds up to the Grand Col Ferret (2563m). Along the way, enjoy taking a break at the perfectly placed Rifugio Elena for café latte and panoramic views back down Val Ferret. Crossing the col into Switzerland, descend to Ferrett, passing typical Swiss chalets and flower filled gardens. The day ends with a bus journey to the chocolate box lakeside village of Champex.

Distance: 15km
Ascent: 900m
Descent: 1100m
Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel Glacier
The Bislex family have been welcoming walkers since 1895. Now in its fifth generation, the hotel has continued to provide comfortable en-suite rooms and an ever-changing menu of regional dishes to ensure trekkers are well fed. Located only a couple of minutes from the lakeside, its location is perfect for a post dinner stroll.

DAY 6
Champex to Trient

A choice of 2 stunning routes today. The official route follows the Bovine Trail which ascends through pine forests, over glacial rivers and across high alpine pastures where the famous ‘Swiss fighting cows’ graze throughout summer. Mid-way, stop off at the Bovine Hut which serves delicious home-made apple cake (along with excellent views over to Swiss Bernese Alps).

The alternative route heads over the challenging Fenetre d’Arpette (2665m). Considered by many as the toughest day on the circuit, the ascent and descent follows a steep, exposed rocky trail across boulder fields and scree slopes. A day of real mountain adventure!

Trek the Bovine Route: 18km
Ascent: 900m
Descent: 950m

Trek via Fenetre d’Arpette: 15km
Ascent: 1200m
Descent: 1400m

Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: La Grande Ourse
A typical Swiss trekker’s hotel, La Grande Ourse is simple, comfortable and located in the heart of Trient village. The private rooms and shared bathrooms are immaculate. Before dinner, enjoy an aperitif on the sun terrace with fellow trekkers.

DAY 7
Trient to Argentiere and onto Chamonix

It’s back into France today as a sharp but relatively short climb heads over the Col du Balme (2192m). On the approach to the col, you’ll be rewarded with extensive views over Chamonix Valley and the familiar snow-capped peak of Mont Blanc. From here you can choose to relax on the terrace of the Col du Balme hut and take a direct descent to the valley. Alternatively, tackle one last short ascent onto the fertile ridge of Aiguillette des Posettes, to be rewarded with glorious views of the Mont Blanc Massif and Aiguille Rouge. Descending to the valley, enjoy a short journey to Chamonix aboard the Mont-Blanc express train.

Distance: 14km
Ascent: 1150m
Descent: 1000m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Oustalet

DAY 8
Onward Travel

Depending on your onward travel arrangements, take a walk around Chamonix, indulge in a morning of freshly baked patisserie cakes and coffee before your departure.

Meals included: Breakfast

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Walk pack free with luggage transfers from accommodation to accommodation arranged for you
  • 7 nights accommodation in 3* hotels, small hotels & auberges (simple hotels)
  • 5 breakfasts and 4 dinners
  • Maps, guidebook, GPX tracks and daily route summary
  • 24/7 telephone support
  • Itineraries can please flexible to account for weather conditions
  • Rest days can be added if you would like to further explore the region
  • Enjoy worry free navigation with Auswalk’s authored comprehensive tack notes and maps

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

During this tour you will stay in 3* hotels, small family run hotels, mountain auberges (small simple hotels) and/or a mountain refuge. With the exception of night 6, all rooms have private en-suites. On night 6 in Trient, there is very limited accommodation and the hotel you will stay in has an ample number of excellent shared bathrooms. Should you also request a twin room, please note it is the norm in Switzerland for two separate mattresses, with individual bed linen to be pushed or together or even placed into one large bed frame.

All the accommodations are accustomed to welcoming trekkers and very well equipped to make your stay comfortable regardless of the weather conditions. Typically, rooms are simple but very comfortable. As many of the overnight stays are in small villages or towns, on occasion we may have to book another similar accommodation of equal standard. We will discuss these options with you during the booking process.

Single Rooms
The alpine trekking season is very short and therefore accommodation is very busy. Single rooms may not always be possible in every overnight stay, very often single rooms are not available on night 3. We will endeavour to always try and meet your requirements. If you are travelling with family and/or friends but would like single rooms we would advise booking as soon as your plans are finalised to secure your rooming preferences.

Dining
You will be provided with 7 breakfasts and 4 dinners. If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please let us know at the time of booking so we can let your hosts know. Should you have severe food allergies, it’s always worth bringing a few of your own snacks with you. Especially as ingredients and supplies can be hard to obtain in the mountains.

You will find in many of the smaller accommodations, dining is very often on communal tables with set mealtimes. This enables small kitchen teams to ensure everyone is fed on time and nobody is left hungry after a long day of trekking! Lunches can be purchased locally which is a great part of the experience. The towns and villages you pass through are renowned for their speciality breads, cheeses and meats (many of which continue to be produced by hand). If you’re lucky enough to encounter a local farmers market, the choice and range of local foods is staggering. Many of your accommodations will also make a picnic lunch for you. A staff favourite is the Beaufort cheese from La Vallee des Glaciers, which you can purchase fresh from the farm. Within your daily walk notes, there are detailed suggestions of where to buy lunch each day.

MAP

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 1 Jul 2020 - 30 Sep 2020
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2595

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $615
Overview

OVERVIEW

Complete the world famous ‘Tour du Mont Blanc’ in 8 days by using excellent local transport links to reach the best sections of this legendary trek. Starting and finishing in Chamonix, ascend by cable car to high grazing pastures and onto alpine trails as you circumnavigate western Europe’s highest mountain, Mont Blanc (4810m).

Trek into Italy, hiking over the Col de la Seigne (2515m) and to the chic, cobbled streets of Courmayeur. Hike over the mighty Grand Col Ferret (2530m) and descend into the pristine valleys of Switzerland. Stay in the charming lakeside village of Champex and choose between the classic Bovine Route or the challenging, rocky trail of the Fenetre d’Arpette (2665m). The final day of trekking culminates by crossing back into France over the Col de Balme (2192m). Sitting high above the head of Chamonix Valley, soak up the panorama of snow-capped peaks, glaciers, verdant meadows and historic villages that make the Tour du Mont Blanc, one of the most coveted treks in the world.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Trek the best routes of the world famous ‘Tour du Mont Blanc Circuit’
  • Hike through the high alps of France, Italy and Switzerland
  • Sample typical Savoyard dishes such as cheese fondue and tartiflette
  • Stay in the chocolate box Swiss village of Champex
  • Follow rugged mountain trails over the Col de la Seigne, Grand Col Ferret and Col du Balme
  • Discover the famous French mountain town of Chamonix
  • Stay in family run hotels and traditional alpine chalets
  • Private rooms and luggage transfers included

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
SELF GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
8 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate to Challenging

Grade 4 - Moderate to Challenging

Distances are longer up to 20km. Steep hill sections and rough surfaces. Walking experience and active lifestyle necessary.

PRICE FROM
$ 2595

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 615

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now
Itinerary

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8

DAY 1
Arrive Chamonix

Bustling with outdoor enthusiasts, the French Alpine town of Chamonix is only a 90-minute transfer from Geneva Airport. From the garden of your hotel, relax under the incredible Mont Blanc massif before further exploring the streets, pavement cafes and bars of this famous alpine town.

Accommodation: Hotel Oustalet
Run by the Durban sisters, Agnes and Veronique’s 3* hotel is a typical timber alpine chalet located in the heart of Chamonix. From their spacious garden, relax poolside with exceptional views of the Aiguille du Midi and Mont Blanc.

Meals included: None

DAY 2
Walk to Les Contamines

Today we’d suggest taking the cable car up to Bellevue (1802m) at the western end of the Chamonix Valley. From Bellevue you have a choice of two routes to Les Contamines; Hike over the Col du Tricot (2102m), under the shadow of the Bionnassay and Aiguille de Bionnassay glaciers and onwards to the picture postcard Chalet de Miage (famed for their blueberry tart). Alternatively, trek through high alpine pastures and enchanting woodland via the hamlets of Bionnassay and Le Champel to the peaceful village of Les Contamines.

Trek via the Col du Tricot: 18km
Ascent: 1450m
Descent: 1250m

Trek via Bionnassay & Le Champel: 17km
Ascent: 1050m
Descent: 850m

By using the cable from Bellevue either walk is reduced by approx. 2 hours and around 700-800m of ascent.

Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel Gai Soleil
Built by a local farmer in 1823, the Hotel Gai Soleil became a family run hotel around 1920. With a surge in climbers visiting the region, the Gai Soleil became a firm favourite with keen alpinists. Run by Valerie and David, they take immense pride in serving dishes created with local produce. In the warm summer evenings, dinner is often served in their peaceful garden.

DAY 3
Walk to Les Chapieux (or Refuge Mottets)

Begin the day by walking south from Les Contamines along the River Bonnant to the 17th century church of Notre-Dame, which marks the start of the mountain path to Col du Bonhomme (2329m). The road gives way to a steep and roughly paved road, which climbs to Refuge La Balme (a very well-timed rest!). From here the, rocky path climbs over the Col du Bonhomme and onto Col du Croix Bonhomme (2383m). If conditions (and legs) permit, there is an option to hike over the spectacular Col des Fours (2655m), before descending directly into Vallee des Glacier and your overnight accommodation.

Trek to Les Chapieux: 18.5km
Ascent: 1350m
Descent: 950m

Trek via Col des Fours to Mottets: 19.5km
Ascent: 1600m
Descent: 900m

Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodations: Auberge de la Nova
A friendly auberge that provides a warm welcome to hikers. Serving up simple and delicious dishes, this accommodation is simple and offers comfortable private rooms being en-suite. On arrival it’s worth grabbing a refreshing beer and kicking back to relax in the gardens before dinner.

Refuge Mottets
Located at the foot of the climb to Col de la Seigne, Refuge Mottets is a cosy mountain refuge, offering simple, private en-suite rooms. Included dinners are typically hearty dishes of beef bourguignonne and on occasion the local staff play folk music during the evening. Staying at the Refuge Mottets is wonderful, authentic mountain experience.

DAY 4
Walk to Courmayeur, Italy

From the Vallee des Glacier it’s a steady well carved track that winds up to Col de la Seigne (2513m). At the pass, straddle the border between France and Italy and soak up views from the southern side of the Mont Blanc massif where the landscape changes in dramatic, jagged peaks. On the descent into Courmayeur stop at the Rifugio Elisabetta below the tumbling Glacier de la Lee Blanche for a sweet, creamy panna cotta. Descending into Val Veni you can continue the journey by public bus into Courmayeur or ascend to Col Checrouit where there are some of the best views of the Mont Blanc on all of the circuit.

Trek from Les Chapieux to La Visaille (bus onto Courmayeur)
Distance: 20km
Ascent: 970m
Descent: 850m
The distance can be reduced by 5km by taking the valley shuttle bus.

Trek from Refuge Mottets
Distance: 15km
Ascent: 900m
Descent: 850m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Crampon
Run by the Grivel Di Addario family, this 3* hotel is located in a quiet street just a few minutes walk from the main centre. With a long heritage of mountaineers in the family, the hotel is well equipped to look after weary trekkers. A comfortable lounge, fireplace, a garden terrace and modest en-suite rooms all make for an enjoyable stay.

DAY 5
Courmayeur to Champex

Begin the day with a scenic bus ride (25mins) along the impressive Val Ferret. At the head of the valley a straightforward but steep climb winds up to the Grand Col Ferret (2563m). Along the way, enjoy taking a break at the perfectly placed Rifugio Elena for café latte and panoramic views back down Val Ferret. Crossing the col into Switzerland, descend to Ferrett, passing typical Swiss chalets and flower filled gardens. The day ends with a bus journey to the chocolate box lakeside village of Champex.

Distance: 15km
Ascent: 900m
Descent: 1100m
Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel Glacier
The Bislex family have been welcoming walkers since 1895. Now in its fifth generation, the hotel has continued to provide comfortable en-suite rooms and an ever-changing menu of regional dishes to ensure trekkers are well fed. Located only a couple of minutes from the lakeside, its location is perfect for a post dinner stroll.

DAY 6
Champex to Trient

A choice of 2 stunning routes today. The official route follows the Bovine Trail which ascends through pine forests, over glacial rivers and across high alpine pastures where the famous ‘Swiss fighting cows’ graze throughout summer. Mid-way, stop off at the Bovine Hut which serves delicious home-made apple cake (along with excellent views over to Swiss Bernese Alps).

The alternative route heads over the challenging Fenetre d’Arpette (2665m). Considered by many as the toughest day on the circuit, the ascent and descent follows a steep, exposed rocky trail across boulder fields and scree slopes. A day of real mountain adventure!

Trek the Bovine Route: 18km
Ascent: 900m
Descent: 950m

Trek via Fenetre d’Arpette: 15km
Ascent: 1200m
Descent: 1400m

Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: La Grande Ourse
A typical Swiss trekker’s hotel, La Grande Ourse is simple, comfortable and located in the heart of Trient village. The private rooms and shared bathrooms are immaculate. Before dinner, enjoy an aperitif on the sun terrace with fellow trekkers.

DAY 7
Trient to Argentiere and onto Chamonix

It’s back into France today as a sharp but relatively short climb heads over the Col du Balme (2192m). On the approach to the col, you’ll be rewarded with extensive views over Chamonix Valley and the familiar snow-capped peak of Mont Blanc. From here you can choose to relax on the terrace of the Col du Balme hut and take a direct descent to the valley. Alternatively, tackle one last short ascent onto the fertile ridge of Aiguillette des Posettes, to be rewarded with glorious views of the Mont Blanc Massif and Aiguille Rouge. Descending to the valley, enjoy a short journey to Chamonix aboard the Mont-Blanc express train.

Distance: 14km
Ascent: 1150m
Descent: 1000m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Oustalet

DAY 8
Onward Travel

Depending on your onward travel arrangements, take a walk around Chamonix, indulge in a morning of freshly baked patisserie cakes and coffee before your departure.

Meals included: Breakfast

What’s Included

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Walk pack free with luggage transfers from accommodation to accommodation arranged for you
  • 7 nights accommodation in 3* hotels, small hotels & auberges (simple hotels)
  • 5 breakfasts and 4 dinners
  • Maps, guidebook, GPX tracks and daily route summary
  • 24/7 telephone support
  • Itineraries can please flexible to account for weather conditions
  • Rest days can be added if you would like to further explore the region
  • Enjoy worry free navigation with Auswalk’s authored comprehensive tack notes and maps
Accommodation & Dining

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

During this tour you will stay in 3* hotels, small family run hotels, mountain auberges (small simple hotels) and/or a mountain refuge. With the exception of night 6, all rooms have private en-suites. On night 6 in Trient, there is very limited accommodation and the hotel you will stay in has an ample number of excellent shared bathrooms. Should you also request a twin room, please note it is the norm in Switzerland for two separate mattresses, with individual bed linen to be pushed or together or even placed into one large bed frame.

All the accommodations are accustomed to welcoming trekkers and very well equipped to make your stay comfortable regardless of the weather conditions. Typically, rooms are simple but very comfortable. As many of the overnight stays are in small villages or towns, on occasion we may have to book another similar accommodation of equal standard. We will discuss these options with you during the booking process.

Single Rooms
The alpine trekking season is very short and therefore accommodation is very busy. Single rooms may not always be possible in every overnight stay, very often single rooms are not available on night 3. We will endeavour to always try and meet your requirements. If you are travelling with family and/or friends but would like single rooms we would advise booking as soon as your plans are finalised to secure your rooming preferences.

Dining
You will be provided with 7 breakfasts and 4 dinners. If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please let us know at the time of booking so we can let your hosts know. Should you have severe food allergies, it’s always worth bringing a few of your own snacks with you. Especially as ingredients and supplies can be hard to obtain in the mountains.

You will find in many of the smaller accommodations, dining is very often on communal tables with set mealtimes. This enables small kitchen teams to ensure everyone is fed on time and nobody is left hungry after a long day of trekking! Lunches can be purchased locally which is a great part of the experience. The towns and villages you pass through are renowned for their speciality breads, cheeses and meats (many of which continue to be produced by hand). If you’re lucky enough to encounter a local farmers market, the choice and range of local foods is staggering. Many of your accommodations will also make a picnic lunch for you. A staff favourite is the Beaufort cheese from La Vallee des Glaciers, which you can purchase fresh from the farm. Within your daily walk notes, there are detailed suggestions of where to buy lunch each day.

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    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 1 Jul 2020 - 30 Sep 2020
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    $2595

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $615

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