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Hiking Death Valley National Park

Program Number: 6120RJ
Start and End Dates:
2/2/2014 - 2/7/2014; 10/19/2014 - 10/24/2014; 11/2/2014 - 11/7/2014; 11/16/2014 - 11/21/2014; 12/7/2014 - 12/12/2014; 12/14/2014 - 12/19/2014; 1/4/2015 - 1/9/2015; 1/11/2015 - 1/16/2015; 1/25/2015 - 1/30/2015; 2/1/2015 - 2/6/2015; 2/8/2015 - 2/13/2015; 2/22/2015 - 2/27/2015;
Duration: 5 nights
Location: Death Valley National Park, California
Price starting at: $1,199.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Walking/Hiking; National Parks Activity Level: t (see description)
Meals: 15; 5 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 5 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian; None; None; None    

See a side of Death Valley that most tourists never do, as you join expert instructors and naturalists on hikes through dramatically beautiful landscapes. Explore a variety of terrain while hiking through carved scenic canyons, crystallized salt pans, ancient lake deposits, alluvial fans, mesquite flats and mud playas. Stop at renowned historical sites: Artist's Palette, the Harmony Borax Works, Stovepipe Wells Village, and the fabulously crafted Scotty's Castle. This is a unique and up-close way to understand how geology tells its incredible story of change in one of America’s most amazing National Parks!




Highlights

• Hike the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes and visit Badwater, the lowest place in North America (282 feet below sea level).
• In Salt Creek, hike the trail of pioneers who searched for a safe route to the gold country of California, and learn about the endangered fish in Death Valley.
• Visit Ubehebe Crater and visit Scotty's Castle for a ranger-led look at its history.



Activity Particulars

For experienced hikers. Daily hikes, 4-6 miles. Elevations up to 1,000 feet.




Date Specific Information

2-2-2014

This program will be based at the Furnace Creek Ranch in Death Valley National Park.



Coordinated by Death Valley Natural History Association.




Death Valley National Park

Death Valley, a place of unexpected contrasts, is also one of subtle beauty. From the blush of dawn's light across its badlands to the awe-inspiring red-gold sunsets and the riot of color from spring wildflowers, this great national park covering over 3.3 million miles offers fascinating history and nature's splendor in large servings.



Accommodations
Furnace Creek Ranch in Death Valley National Park. One scheduled shuttle transfer available (for a fee) from/to Las Vegas.
Meals and Lodgings
   Furnace Creek Ranch
  Death Valley National Park 5 nights
 Furnace Creek Ranch
Type: Resort
  Description: This resort presents a complete contrast to the desolate desert landscape and an oasis that consists of an 18-hole golf course (the world's lowest course at 214 feet below sea level), four restaurants, a saloon, a cocktail lounge, retail outlets, a Borax Museum, spring-fed swimming pools, tennis courts, horseback riding, horse-drawn carriage rides, a children's playground, massage therapy, a 3,000 foot airstrip, a service station and conference and banquet facilities for 10 - 120. (Some services are available only on a seasonal basis.) Furnace Creek Resort is the perfect vantage point from which to explore Death Valley National Park!
  Contact info: Highway 190
Death Valley, CA 92328 USA
phone: 760-786-2345
web: www.furnacecreekresort.com
  Room amenities: Standard rooms are located in four, two-story buildings. All rooms have French doors leading to small patios or balconies. All units have two queen beds, air conditioning, hair dryers, in-room coffee makers, TV, phone, full private bath and mini-refrigerators. Roll-a-ways are permitted in these rooms. All Standard rooms are non-smoking.
  Facility amenities: Here's a quick list of services and amenities available at our lodging facilities at Furnace Creek Resort in Death Valley National Park. •Bell Services •Airport Transportation to Furnace Creek Airstrip •Parking for Cars, Buses •Business Services – fax, photocopy and shipping assistance available at Front Desk •Bilingual Service •Wireless Internet access available in the guest rooms and included in daily resort fee. •ADA Compliant Accommodations
  Smoking allowed: No
  Additional nights prior: $139-$219 To make reservations for additional night either before or after youre program contact Furnace Creek Ranch at www.furnacecreekresort.com or call 800-236-7916.
  Check in time: 4:00 PM
  Additional nights after: $139-$219 To make reservations for additional night either before or after youre program contact Furnace Creek Ranch at www.furnacecreekresort.com or call 800-236-7916.


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Check into hotel between 3 p.m. and 4:45 pm. For more information, contact provider at admin@dvnha.org or call 775-764-0726 You will be staying at Furnace Creek Ranch that night.
  End of Program:
Program concludes when we return to the hotel after morning activities, approximately 10:30 am You will be staying at Furnace Creek Ranch the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. No documents are generally required, with the exception of a Liability Release form, and medical information forms, hiking information and questionnaire, to be completed and returned to program administrator prior to the start of the program. The Welcome Packet is mailed in advance to participants after enrolling in the program.
  Parking availability:
The hotel has plenty of outdoor parking for all guests. Participants driving to the program can leave cars at the hotel and travel into the park in the vans provided. You are responsible for your vehicle contents and its safety. No problems to date.
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  Death Valley National Park
  Nearest city or town:  Pahrump Nevada
  Nearest highway: CA Hwy 190
  Nearest airport:  Las Vegas
  From End of Program
  Location: Death Valley National Park
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

Las Vegas

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Car Rentals

 

Travel Time:

 

2.5-3 Hours 

 

Distance:

 

115 Miles

   

If you are driving to the program, be sure to consult your road atlas. Furnace Creek is located on Highway 190 in the State of California. It is approximately 2.5-3 hours SW of Las Vegas You take the 15 (S) to exit 33, Blue Diamond/Pahrump this is also Highway 160. Continue Through Pahrump to Bell Vista, turn left to Death Valley. At the Death Valley Junction, turn right and then left on high way 190. This will take you right to Furnace Creek Ranch.

 

Las Vegas

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
Death Valley Institute
phone: 800-478-8564 x10
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$75.00 round trip per person, cash only
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

2.5-3 Hours 

 

Distance:

 

115 Miles

   

Book your flight to arrive before noon the shuttle will depart the McCarran Rent a Car Center after all have arrived. The shuttle will make a short stop in Pahrump before returning to furnace Creek. On the final day of the program the shuttle will return you to the Rent A Car center at about 4pm. Book your departure flight for after 6pm. Friday traffic is unpredictable. If you have more questions please call us at 775-764-0726 or email at admin@dvnha.org

 
Driving Directions
  Important Tips! Always be sure to check your travel atlas prior to beginning your trip. Also, make sure you have clear instructions on your travel plans and carry plenty of liquid and water with you when travelling through Death Valley National Park, or its surrounding areas. The desert is a very dry place and you'll need to have ample water with you while travelling. If you need more information, please contact the program provider at admin@dvnha.org or call 775-764-0726
  Las Vegas, Nevada Highway 15 (S) to Blue Diamond/Pahrump exit 33, Highway 160 to Pahrump. Continue to Bell Vista, turn left to Death Valley. At Death Valley Junction (Amargossa Opera House) turn right. Then left on High way 190. This will take you to the Furnace Creek Ranch.
  Los Angeles Follow instructions to Ridgecrest, California; then to Trona, then into Death Valley National Park continue on to Furnace Creek Ranch.
  Reno, Nevada Drive East on Highway 80 to Fernley, to Highway 50 to Fallon, Nevada, to Highway 95, South, to Beatty. Continue through Beatty to Death Valley and on to Furnace Creek Ranch.
  San Diego, California Drive north on Highway 15, follow route in road Atlas to Death Valley National Park, to Furnace Creek Ranch. ALWAYS TAKE WATER WITH YOU THROUGH DEATH VALLEY!
Elevation Note: Portions of the program will be above 3000', but most are well below that elevation.

Equipment Requirements: Equipment reqd. includes daypack, water canteen(s) to hold minimum 2 liters per day, hiking boots/shoes (walking shoes not acceptable except in town), trekking poles highly recommended for some hikes, layered clothing for changeable weather, wide-brimmed hiking hat is a must, sunscreen, sunglasses, first aid supplies, & more in general information packet that is sent to participants after enrollment. Be sure to review "What to Bring to Death Valley" in your welcome packet.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Check-in and Orientation
(Sunday, February 2)
   
 Arrive To: Please check into hotel between 3:00 pm and 4:45 pm on Sunday. Welcome Reception will be held in the Furnace Creek Visitors' Center, and will begin at 6:30 pm. Program Registration will be at this time and you'll receive your name tag then. You'll have the opportunity to meet other participants and program staff. We'll meet, do the introductions of participants and staff, then have dinner. We'll then continue with the Orientation Program at about 7:30 pm. We'll conclude at about 8:30 pm. Times may vary due to a variety of conditions. Please be ready to be flexible.
 Dinner: Dinner will be at the Furnace Creek Ranch, Wrangler Buffet. Dinner will be explained during the Welcome Reception for all participants and staff in the Furnace Creek Visitor's Center at 5:30 pm. Lunches will be provided daily and handled by the program staff . Dinners include a variety of meals, including salads, main courses, meats, chicken, ,pastas or rice, and vegetables, also a full salad bar. Special diets cannot be accommodated in this program; if you have any special dietary needs or requests, you will need to bring those items with you to the program. Participants have in-room refrigerators for any special meal items.
 Evening: The evening program includes a discussion of Death Valley and the hikes to come during the upcoming week. We'll discuss the program's safety features, locations (in detail) and how the week will work. Many participants who have not ever been to fabulous Death Valley National Park will have several questions. We'll take time to answer them and make sure each participant has a clear view of the week to come. We'll also make sure we move through the program quickly to afford each individual to have time to rest, unpack and prepare for the week's activities. This is a fun evening with a lot of information to share. Please be sure to arrive somewhat rested and be ready to have a great week!
   
Accommodations: Furnace Creek Ranch
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: First adventure of the week! 20 Mule Team Canyon, Dante's View, Bad water (lowest place in the Northern Hemisphere @ 282' below sea level and the hottest place on earth.) Devil's Golf Course & Artist Pallet. Then return for a Buffett Dinner at the Ranch
(Monday, February 3)
   
 Breakfast: First adventure of the week! 20 Mule Team Canyon, Dante's View, Bad water (lowest place in the Northern Hemisphere @ 282' below sea level and the hottest place on earth.) Devil's Golf Course & Artist Pallet. Then return for a Buffett Dinner at the Ranch
 Morning: First adventure of the week! 20 Mule Team Canyon, Dante's View, Bad water (lowest place in the Northern Hemisphere @ 282' below sea level and the hottest place on earth.) Devil's Golf Course & Artist Pallet. Then return for a Buffett Dinner at the Ranch
 Lunch: Staff picks up lunches in the morning and transports them for you. Lunch will either be during a hike or at another location. If you are on special diets and require special foods and accompaniments, you will need to bring them with you daily. If you have any further questions about lunches or meals during the program, feel free to call the program coordinator at 775-764-0726. All times and locations may vary; please be flexible
 Afternoon: Staff picks up lunches in the morning and transports them for you. Lunch will either be during a hike or at another location. If you are on special diets and require special foods and accompaniments, you will need to bring them with you daily. If you have any further questions about lunches or meals during the program, feel free to call the program coordinator at 775-764-0726. All times and locations may vary; please be flexible
 Dinner: Returning to the hotel round 5:00-5:30 pm, or so; dinner is approximately 6:30 pm. Again, special diets cannot be accommodated in the hotel buffet. Dress for dinner is casual.......there is no need to feel like you need to "dress up" for dinner. Prepare to be comfortable throughout this program. All times and itineraries may
 Evening: Returning to the hotel round 5:00-5:30 pm, or so; dinner is approximately 6:30 pm. Again, special diets cannot be accommodated in the hotel buffet. Dress for dinner is casual.......there is no need to feel like you need to "dress up" for dinner. Prepare to be comfortable throughout this program. All times and itineraries may
   
Accommodations: Furnace Creek Ranch
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Starting at Zabriskie Point, hike to the Golden Canyon trail head. Then onto Salt Creek. Lunch will be at Stovepipe Wells. Then onto the Sand Dunes. A place where peace and tranquility come into play. Hike to the Star Dune, or just walk at your leisure
(Tuesday, February 4)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast is at any time you choose, as long as you're completed and ready to leave the hotel at 8:00 am daily. Your breakfast voucher is all you need to take to breakfast! The vans will be opened for you at 7:50 with the engines running and heat on (if needed). At this time, you can store your day's gear and prepare to depart. We ask that all participants be on time so we can take advantage of the maximum amount of daylight hours for the program. Thanks! All times and itineraries may change.
 Morning: Your first hike of the day. The beautiful Zabriskie Point down Golden Canyon, on this hike you will see beautiful colors and landscapes that is amazing. This hike includes a short jaunt up to Cathedral Rock. Then onto to Salt Creek. This hike offers yet another type of terrain! This is a place where the historic Death Valley 49'ers crossed in 1849 trying to find a safe route out of Death Valley to the Gold country in California! You'll hike along Salt Creek, home to one of five species of Pupfish....yes; there ARE fish in Death Valley! (Of course, that's seasonally!) We'll visit Stovepipe Wells and while there we will enjoy lunch at the pic nic tables and the view of the Sand Dunes and more. Then you'll hike the sand Dunes where you may see birds and other living animals such as coyotes or lizards, all dependent on seasons, rainfall, migration patterns, etc. A full sun hike; you'll need plenty of water, a wide-brimmed sun hat, sunglasses, and sun protection for this one! We'll review this the night before at the evening program. This is a great place to hike in Death Valley with a wide variety of unique sights!! Great for photos, great hike and a very different area than what most people expect to see in Death Valley. All times and itineraries may change.
 Lunch: Lunch stop will be at Stovepipe Wells Village on the site of the historic and original Toll Road into Death Valley; developed and created by Bob Eichbaum in the 1920's; one of the many areas built during that era to bring tourism into Death Valley. (Remember, all times and itineraries may change
 Afternoon: Our hike this afternoon is at the Mesquite Sand Dunes. You will be able to explore a variety of vistas and stretch your legs as much or as little as you choose. These dunes are extraordinary and a fabulous place for spectacular photos. You will be able to explore on your own, go in small groups, or hike to the Star Dune. There are abundant animal tracks and if you're lucky you may see some of those animals. Discover how the animals in the area live and hunt, some are nocturnal and some are busy during the day. After the Dunes, we may have time to explore other areas of the Valley, depending on the time and the weather. Then back to the Ranch to enjoy a wonderful Buffet Dinner. (Remember, all times and itineraries may change)
 Dinner: Our hike this afternoon is at the Mesquite Sand Dunes. You will be able to explore a variety of vistas and stretch your legs as much or as little as you choose. These dunes are extraordinary and a fabulous place for spectacular photos. You will be able to explore on your own, go in small groups, or hike to the Star Dune. There are abundant animal tracks and if you're lucky you may see some of those animals. Discover how the animals in the area live and hunt, some are nocturnal and some are busy during the day. After the Dunes, we may have time to explore other areas of the Valley, depending on the time and the weather. Then back to the Ranch to enjoy a wonderful Buffet Dinner. (Remember, all times and itineraries may change)
 Evening: This evening you'll experience a program that can vary from the Borax history, to natural history of the area, to the tales of Walter Scott and Scotty's Castle and the impact of gold in Death Valley, the tale of the survival of the '49ers in search for gold in California.......so be prepared for an informative evening, regardless of the topic or method. All times and itineraries may change
   
Accommodations: Furnace Creek Ranch
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Ubehebe Craters Hike/At the Castle!/Historic Scotty's Castle Tour/A night on your own!
(Wednesday, February 5)
   
 Breakfast: Completed and ready to board vans at 7:50 am, leave at 8:00 am.
 Morning: This is a fabulous site to behold! Stand and look into the 1/2 mile wide crater, 700' deep and see the magnitude of the explosion that created this huge "hold in the ground". There are many optional hikes here: Around the Crater, Up to the top edge to see Ubehebe and Little Hebe and others, or down into its core! Fast hikers sometimes have time to do more than one choice.....the options are yours. This is a sight in Death Valley everyone should have the chance to see! The experience of the solitude as you hike around the crater and/or stop and spend time to just "enjoy" the scenery is magnificent! All times and itineraries may change.
 Lunch: Picnic with sack lunches at the tables on the grounds of famous Scotty's Castle! This unique and wonderful castle built in the 1920's-1930"s in the heart of the northern end of Death Valley is a beautiful setting to have lunch, then explore the grounds. We may even see coyotes, birds and other wildlife at this great place that has an abundance of water! Interesting, Historical and Peaceful! Take some time to relax and enjoy the scenery and marvel at how the grounds were designed to utilize water and its environment. All times and itineraries may vary.
 Afternoon: Scotty's Castle is a must on your trip to Death Valley National Park. It is one of the major human history stories in the park, sharing the mistique of Death Valley with many others who have left their mark, both before and after the Castle was built! Tour this historic "Castle", just one more facet of the interesting and diverse human history of Death Valley National Park. Your "interpretive tour" includes a trip through history inside the castle and is led by National Park Rangers. Dressed in "period clothing" they discuss the history of how the "castle" was built and imaginative relationship shared between Walter Scott, "Scotty" and Albert Johnson, his wealthy friend and "investor" from Chicago! Learn all about the by-gone days of Death Valley Scotty and Scotty's Castle. You can explore the grounds either before your tour or after and even walk up the hill to Scotty's grave, where he's buried with his dog, Windy! The location is great! There is another gift shop unique to Scotty's Castle, hosted by the Death Valley Natural History Association, and a Park Visitor Center manned by Park Rangers. Then we'll return to the hotel. All times and itineraries may change.
 Dinner: All dinners will be at the Furnace Creek Ranch Wrangler Buffett, unless otherwise noted. All times and itineraries may change.
 Evening: Wednesday evening is a time when there is no evening program! We have found that participants enjoy having an evening off to relax, read, or visit with other participants, gathering at the spring fed (84' year round),pool, spend time alone, getting ready for Thursday's big hike,......whatever you feel like doing. Dinner is still scheduled for 6:30 pm, followed by a brief description of Thursday's hike, and then you can have the night to yourselves. Some participants like to just have a little 'quiet time' for themselves, get together, have some laughs, relax, etc.! Whatever you prefer, the night is yours to enjoy. BUT, do get rested for the grand hike on Thursday!! Remember, all times and itineraries may change.
   
Accommodations: Furnace Creek Ranch
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Titus Canyon, hike Thimble Peak (4 miles RT) Then onto to the ghost town of Leadville, beautiful drive and then hike the "Narrows" of Titus Canyon
(Thursday, February 6)
   
 Breakfast: Completed and ready to board the vans at 7:50 am, leave at 8:00 am.
 Morning: Today is a full day of hikes and sightseeing. We will start out by driving to the start of Titus Canyon. We'll hike Thimble Peak which is 4 miles RT, then head on down the canyon. A stop at the Ghost Town, Leadville. Then onto the "Narrows" of Titus Canyon. This is an all day hike, so remember. WIDE brim hat, sunscreen, hiking boots or shoes sunglasses and PLENTY of water.. Remember, all times and itineraries may change.
 Lunch: Hikers will carry plenty of water as usual, There are options for hikes. They will be covered in detail prior to beginning the hike(s). If anyone wishes to omit part of the hike, they may do so and rejoin the group at another location in this area. The lunch breaks a perfect place to sit, enjoy, rest and take some photos! Remember, all times and itineraries may change.
 Afternoon: As we continue on down Titus Canyon, there are many place for photo opportunities, you may also choose to walk/hike several different areas and meet up with the vans further down the canyon. This is an all day excursion so make sure you have plenty of water and maybe snacks to get you through until we return to Furnace Creek for Dinner. All times and itineraries may change.
 Dinner: Dinner at the Wrangler Buffet at the Furnace Creek Ranch after returning from a fabulous day of hiking and accomplishments! Join fellow participants for dinner for the exciting "week in review" and prepare for the following morning's event. We still have the next day to discover even more information about the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge...a great way to end the program! All times and itineraries may change.
 Evening: .Dinner at the Wrangler Buffet at the Furnace Creek Ranch after returning from a fabulous day of hiking and accomplishments! Join fellow participants for dinner for the exciting "week in review" and prepare for the following morning's event. We still have the next day to discover even more information about the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge...a great way to end the program! All times and itineraries may change.
   
Accommodations: Furnace Creek Ranch
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Ash Meadows Nation Wildlife Refuge. Then onto to Vegas for your return home.
(Friday, February 7)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the Wrangler Buffett. Please pack your luggage and prepare to leave for Ash Meadow at 9:00 am. Everyone please pack luggage in the vans or your vehicles and proceed to check out of the hotel at the registration desk. Return to the Shuttle Van's or your own vehicles
 Morning: On the return trip to Las Vegas, we will make a stop at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. We'll take a walk along the Crystal Spring boardwalk, see the pupfish and the Interpretive signs along the way. Take a look through the telescope and hope to see some of the resident Big Horn Sheep. Then we'll visit the Ash Meadows Visitor Center
 Lunch: Lunches are provided for participants that complete the program by attending the walk through Ash Meadows, (unless they elect to not order lunch at all). Those on the shuttle to Las Vegas will have their lunch en route, those driving will have theirs on their road trip. Those leaving the program early (prior to the visit to Ash Meadows) will purchase lunch on their own en route to their next destination.
 Afternoon: No afternoon activities. A safe journey to the next destination is wished for all participants and hopefully, you'll continue your Road Scholar experiences and perhaps return again!
 Dinner: Group has left and returned home. No dinner served on Friday of the program.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


A Trip Through Death Valley's Geologic Past


Author: Ken Lengner


Description: During an estimated 2.5 billion years, the unique Death Valley region was torn apart, submerged beneath the seas, crushed by onrushing tectonic plates, and torn apart yet again. It witnessed rising and falling sea levels, a wide range of climates, mountain building and erosion, earthquakes, volcanoes, the birth and diversification of life in ancient seas, and the last 250 million years of evolution of plant and animal life on land. This is a journey along a trail of rocks that provides a chronological and pictorial overview of the geological history of the Death Valley region. Available at www.dvnha.org



Death Valley & The Amargosa: A land of Illusion


Author: Richard Lingenfelter


Description: Spanning a century up to 1933, a story of metals, mountains, Indians, prospectors and tourists—but mostly the story of the illusions of a shortcut to the gold diggings that lured so many. Includes maps, illustrations and index. Softbound - 664 pages, available at www.dvnha.org



Death Valley in 1849


Author: John Southworth


Description: An intensely interesting and informative unraveling of some of the mysteries of the legendary Death Valley '49ers. Not content with parroting previous theories of the Jayhawkers, et al, trail retracings, Southworth's findings are the result of years of on the scene searching. An excellent addition to the library of historians or armchair readers delving into the fascinating story of the gold rush emigrants who blundered into Death Valley on their fateful 'short cut' to California's Mother Lode. Available at www.dvnha.org





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