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Gondogoro Peak and Hushey Valley (15 days) - 100 Adventures Travel

100 Adventures - 15 days

  • Gondogoro Peak and Hushey Valley (15 days) - 100 Adventures Travel
  • 15 days / 14 nights
  • Max. group: 10 Persons
  • Difficulty: Easy
Overview
Itinerary
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Accommodation
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Visa for Pakistan
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Overview

> Trek on the Gondogoro Glacier beneath the beautiful spire of Laila Peak

> Climb Gondogoro Peak (5650m)

> Experience the culture and hospitality of the friendly Balti people

> Sneaky view of K2 from the Honboro Valley above Hushe

We are pleased to once again offer this superb 2-week trekking and climbing holiday to arguably the world's most spectacular mountain area, the Karakoram. We begin this adventure with a flight to Skardu in Baltistan and a drive alongside the Indus and then Shyok rivers to the village of Khaplu. Proceeding to Hushe the next day, we find ourselves nestled deep within the Karakoram Mountains. We have been bringing groups to Hushe for more than thirty years and our groups have provided funding for several projects which have helped the Hushe villagers. As a result, 100 ADVENTURES groups are always assured a warm welcome from the friendly Karakoram villages.

After adjusting to the mountain conditions in the valleys above the village, trek up on to the Gondogoro Glacier to a grassy 'ablation zone' below Gondogoro Peak. This is the place known as Huisprung. After setting up camp here, complete with lakeside reflections of sensational peaks such as the slender spire of Laila, there will be an extra day to acclimatize and to practice skills and rope work. The culmination of the holiday is the ascent of the technically straightforward Gondoro Peak. Needless to say, the views from the summit are sensational! It's great to be offering this classic trip once again.

Itinerary

Itinerary:

DAY 1: MEET AT THE GROUP HOTEL IN ISLAMABAD - ISLAMABAD AIRPORT TRANSFERS ARE PROVIDED
Meet at the group hotel in Islamabad. All clients will be picked up by a 100 Adventures representative on arrival at Islamabad International Airport and taken to the group hotel. Land Only package services begin with this transfer to the group hotel. The majority of international flights arrive in the early morning and you may want to rest before lunch. The first group get-together will be at lunch, during which the tour leader will provide a pre-trip briefing. Depending on the time available to us there may be the option to do some sightseeing in Islamabad, a city purpose-built in 1961 as the new capital of Pakistan. Alternatively, we could visit the Twin City of Rawalpindi a town from the days of the British Raj. The two cities are very different; the older settlement is rather sprawling with enormous and complicated bazaars where you can easily get fascinatingly lost. Islamabad, by contrast, is much more open, a modern city with many parks and wide streets arranged on a grid system. There is not always the opportunity to include a sightseeing tour and, if there is, it is optional and there will be a charge payable locally.

ACCOMMODATION: Hotel
MEALS: Lunch, Dinner

DAY 2: FLY TO SKARDU (2500m) AND AFTER LUNCH DRIVE TO KHAPLU (2600m)
We take the early morning 1-hour flight from Islamabad to Skardu, skirting breathtakingly past the Rupal and Diamir faces of Nanga Parbat. It is even possible to catch a fleeting glimpse of K2 and the other high peaks of the Baltoro in the distance before landing at Skardu. After taking some refreshment, we continue our journey by jeep on a spectacular road beside the River Indus to the village of Khaplu. Here we check-in at our hotel which is located above the village and offers magnificent views over the rock spires and towers which mark the entrance to the Hushe Valley.

ACCOMMODATION: Hotel
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 3: DRIVE ACROSS THE SHYOK RIVER AND FOLLOW THE HUSHE RIVER TO HUSHE VILLAGE (3050m)
We make a reasonably early start from Khaplu, crossing the Shyok River to begin an exciting 4-hour jeep ride up to Hushe, through several small and picturesque villages in the lower Hushe Valley. En route, we must cross several 'nullahs' or small tributary valleys. These nullahs are fed by meltwaters from the glaciers high above the valley and can become impassable by the afternoon as the hot sun goes to work. Our early start from Khaplu means that we should not have any problems in this respect. Hushe is the highest village in the area at 3050 meters and we set up our camp in a field just below the village with the huge bulk of Masherbrum (7821m)
dominating the valley to the north.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 4: ACCLIMATISATION DAY WITH THE OPTION TO HIKE UP INTO THE HONBORO VALLEY FOR POSSIBLE K2 VIEW. (6km) Approx 4 hours
A day for acclimatization and for exploring. One option for today is to trek up into the Honboro Valley on the west side of the Hushe Valley. There is a small summer settlement here where women of the village stay for 2 months of the year grazing goats and yaks and making cheese. En route, we will pass the source of the water supply pipeline, before this system was installed the villagers had to drink the silt-laden waters of the Hushe River. Our path follows the route of the pipeline, with excellent views out over the Hushe Valley. High up on the south side of the valley is the viewpoint at Humbrok from where there is a sneaky glimpse of K2's summit rising above the rugged skyline. We return to spend a second night at Hushe.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 5: TREK TO THE MOUTH OF THE GONDOGORO VALLEY AT SAITCHO (3350m) Approx 4 hours
Today, we begin our approach to Gondogoro Peak, trekking up above the village on a rocky path through very impressive scenery. Immediately above the village is a farmed area with some bare grazing, fields of corn and turnips, flowering shrubs such as oleander and a few sparse trees. Towering rocky peaks line both sides of the valley. The valley opens out and splits, as we turn towards the north-east alongside the river that has its source in the Gondogoro Glacier. We cross the tributary Charakusa River on a wooden cantilever bridge to reach the idyllic campsite at Saitcho. This camp lies at the junction of the Charakusa and Gondokoro valleys and is sited on a sandy, tree-shaded area beside a swift-flowing river. There are excellent views of Namika (6325m), the rock spire of K7 and from the trail leading to the camp, there is a sighting of the impressive Charakusa Spire. This is a short and easy day of trekking, good for acclimatization.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 6: TREK UP ABOVE SAITCHO ON A MORAINE RIDGE TO GONDOGORO VILLAGE (3700m) Approx 3 hours
We can have a leisurely breakfast this morning and a bit of free time at Saitcho, before setting off on what is just a short walk to our next camping place. It would be easy to go further today, but our itinerary is dictated by the need to acclimatize adequately. We head up alongside the Gondogoro Glacier now, taking a path on a wooded moraine ridge which climbs quite steeply to the seasonal goat herder's settlement of crude stone huts and sheep pens at Gondogoro Village (3700m). Ahead of us, we have views of Masherbrum and one of its satellite peaks from a different perspective. This is another very comfortable camping place on an open, sandy outwash plain. Above the camp a steep tributary valley climbs away to the east towards jagged rock and snow peaks, whilst beyond the moraine ridge is the mighty, rubble-strewn Gondogoro Glacier. We will have lunch at camp and take it easy in the afternoon. This is a great place to look out for ibex which are at home on the precipitous valley sides - take a pair of binoculars.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 7: TREK UP BESIDE THE GONDOKORO GLACIER TO THE LOVELY CAMP AT DALSAN (4150m) Approx 3 hours
Today's short stage to Dalsan skirts the eastern side of the Gondogoro Glacier. We hike up above our camp for an hour with increasingly impressive views of the glacier and of Masherbrum beyond. At a point where the glacier cuts directly into the steep valley side, we are usually obliged to drop down almost onto the glacier itself and for a further hour, we scramble along its edge (there is a path above the moraine cliffs and this may be used instead, if it is in good condition). A final scramble up a rocky gulley leads to the campsite at Dalsan (4150m) tucked into a grassy ablation valley with a couple of tiny lakes and staggering views of a range of rocky summits, culminating in the snow-plastered summit of Masherbrum. An impressive icefall sits below the peak and guards the access to the Masherbrum La which (theoretically) links Hushe with the Baltoro system to the north. Snow leopards still inhabit this rarely visited corner of the Karakoram and 100 Adventures groups have seen evidence of their presence here.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 8: TREK ON THE GONDOGORO GLACIER, PASSING BENEATH LAILA PEAK, TO HUISPRUNG (4600m) Approx 5 hours
Just above our camp, the valley turns more towards the east and we have great views up-valley to the Gondogoro La and to Gondogoro Peak itself, although the latter is tough to pick out against the headwall of the valley. Once again, we have to drop down onto the glacier and this time we head out into its center. At this point, the angle of the glacier is not steep and we are walking on a mix of moraine and sometimes on snow or bare expanses of ice. This is a great glacier experience, walking between ice pinnacles, some of them capped with boulders, and easily avoiding any crevassed areas. This glacial traverse is not technically demanding and there is usually no need to rope-up. We pass beneath the striking spire of Laila Peak (6096m) and amongst a stunning array of mountain scenery. We gradually cut across to the north side of the glacier at the place called Huisprung (4600m), a grassy terrace beside a small meltwater lake.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 9: ACCLIMATISATION DAY AT HUISPRUNG - SKILLS TRAINING
Huisprung is a spectacular place at the heart of the Karakoram. The views of Laila Peak are breath-taking and the huge bulk of Trinity Peak is right across the glacier from camp. Seracs regularly break off high above the complex north-west face of this mountain, causing avalanches which can come right down to the glacier, though, thankfully, not this side of the glacier. This is a day for rest and acclimatization. We will also spend part of this day practicing the straightforward safety techniques required for ascending fixed ropes and walking roped-up on the approach to Gondogoro Peak.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 10: CLIMB GONDOGORO PEAK (5650m) RETURN TO HUISPRUNG THEN TREK TO DALSAN Approx 10-12 hours
We make a midnight start for the climb of Gondoro Peak. This early start is necessary to make the best of the conditions on the glacier before the sun softens the snow. The climb can be split into into 3 parts: we begin with a trek up the hill rising above our camp which will take us to the moraines of the glacier. We should arrive here around first light and now we put on our crampons and harnesses and rope up for the steady ascent of easy angled snow slopes as we follow the rise of the glacier to the summit pyramid of the peak. This then gives the 'third section' of the climb on steeper snow on a narrowing ridge. At the steepest sections (around 45 degrees) we will use fixed lines for safety. The final 100 meters to the summit is the steepest of all and once here the view is spectacular, looking down the Gondogoro Glacier towards the elegant Laila Peak and the spires and towers of a host of six and seven-thousand-metre peaks. We make our descent is by the same route and we should arrive back in camp by mid-morning. After lunch, we trek back down the Gondogoro Glacier to the delightful ablation valley camp at Dalsan.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 11: TREK DOWN VALLEY VIA GONDOGORO VILLAGE TO SAITCHO (9km) Approx 4-5 hours
A fairly easy day today, as we head down-valley, negotiating once again the tricky section on the edge of the Gondogoro Glacier to reach the tributary valley outwash plain at Gondogoro Village. We then continue descending, following the moraine ridge, with great views, to the pleasant camping place at Saitcho. We should reach camp in time for a late lunch and then have the afternoon free to chill out or to do some exploring. Above our camp at Saitcho, the Charakusa Valley, dominated by the peak of Namika, is pure Karakoram magic. A short walk up the valley on shepherds' trails leads to the snout of the Charakusa Glacier and to a viewpoint for dramatic granite spires including K7 (6934m). Overnight at Saitcho.

ACCOMMODATION: Camping
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 12: TREK TO HUSHE VILLAGE AND DRIVE TO SKARDU (10km) Approx 3 hours
We have an early start ahead of a short and enjoyable final walk back to Hushe, where we are welcomed once again by villagers young and old. Our jeeps will be waiting for us in Hushe and we will set off on the drive down the valley to Khaplu. From Khaplu our journey becomes considerably smoother and much faster as we now drive on the tarmac road first following the Shyock to a confluence with the Indus, then along this major river back to Skardu. Arriving in the Balti capital, we check into our hotel and enjoy our first hot shower in over two weeks!

ACCOMMODATION: Hotel
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 13: DRIVE TO SKARDU AND FLY TO ISLAMABAD
After breakfast, we drive on smooth tarmac for approximately 2 hours to Skardu Aiport where we catch our flight back to Islamabad. Once again, if the weather is bad, we must travel overland. On arrival in Islamabad, we check in to the group hotel.

ACCOMMODATION: Hotel
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 14: CONTINGENCY DAY FOR POSSIBLE DELAYS
Skardu is a 'weather dependent' airport which means the planes will only fly here if the visibility allows the line of sight to the runway by the pilot on the approach. Fortunately, the weather is mostly clear in the Karakoram, but local weather conditions can bring cloud and rain from time to time. If we cannot fly, we will travel down to Islamabad by road along the spectacular Karakoram Highway. If we flew up to Skardu this will be a bonus as it is a fantastic travel experience in its own right. The drive down the Indus River to Islamabad takes two days so this is an important contingency day to allow for this. If we do fly back to Islamabad, this will be a further day for sightseeing in the capital and your leader will advise the group on the options available for today.

ACCOMMODATION: Hotel
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 15: DEPARTURE DAY - ISLAMABAD AIRPORT TRANSFERS ARE PROVIDED
Transfer to Islamabad Airport after breakfast. Land Only package services end on arrival at the airport.

ACCOMMODATION: Hotel
MEALS: Breakfast


Important Information:

The above schedule should be taken as a guide only. Inclement weather may cause delays in our journey, whether we are on foot or traveling by vehicle. Our schedule has been planned to allow for variations and where necessary, spare days will be used to compensate for these changes. Our guide reserves the right to make modifications or alterations to the trip schedule in the best interests and safety of all involved. A flexible approach will allow us to efficiently and effectively achieve trip objectives.

Included

Included:

 All Transport and Airport Transfer
You will be picked up from the airport of Islamabad and all other transport during your trip is taken care off as well. 

√ English speaking trekking guides & porters
During the trek, you will be accompanied by an excellent English speaking guide. Porters will join the group as well to help to carry the luggage. The porters carry a maximum of 25 kg. They will carry your tents, food and cooking utils.  

√ Both ways airfare between Islamabad – Skardu – Islamabad.
The inland flights (if the weather is right) between Islamabad and Skardu are included. 

 Two nights in a double room in Islamabad
Your hotel nights in Islamabad on your first and last day are included. 

√ Two nights in Skardu Hotel with full board, double bedroom.

Hotel nights in Skardu on the way to the start point of your trekking are included. 

√ Local staff Wages, insurance, food, and equipment.
All necessities for our local staff is taken care off and included in the price. 

√ All Camping fees, road taxes & bridge crossing fee.
Everything is taken care off over here. 

√  All camping gear
Comfortable members tent, Mattresses, Mess tent, Kitchen tent, store tent, office tent,  shower tent, toilet tent, table, chairs & kitchen utensils are coming along on your way to the K2 Base Camp. 

√  Electric Generator, Solar system at base camp.
You will have access to electricity to charge your device on the K2 Basecamp. 

√  Heating system at base camp.
K2 Basecamp can be very cold. There is a heating system to warm up. 

Not included:

× Helicopter rescue 15,000 $ advance deposit $300 deduction on refund.

× Sleeping bag and other equipment
Sleeping bags are not included in the trek, you will have to bring your own. Other necessary trekking equipment such as trekking boots, crampons are not included.

× Travel Insurance
Your international travel insurance is your own responsibility. It is important that your travel insurance also covers adventures at a high altitude. Discuss your itinerary with the insurance company before your trek.

× Personal expenses
Any personal expenses that may take place during the trek, such as buying snacks, souvenirs or alcoholic drinks are on your own account.

× Tipping
Tipps for the guide and porter are not included in the price of the trek. You decide how much to tip, but if you got a good service from your guide, be generous.

× Airfare

You will have to make your way to Islamabad, the starting point of this trek. Flight tickets to Pakistan are not included in the price of the trek. In order to know which airlines fly to Islamabad Airport (IIAP), you can have a look at their website.

× Accommodation before and after the trek
Before and after the trek you have to take care of your own accommodation in Kampala.

× Travel Insurance
Your international travel insurance is your own responsibility. It is important that your travel insurance also covers adventures at a high altitude. Discuss your itinerary with the insurance company before your trek.

× Sleeping bag and other equipment
Sleeping bags are not included in the trek, you will have to bring your own. Other necessary trekking equipment such as trekking boots, crampons, and gumboots are not included.

× Personal expenses
Any personal expenses that may take place during the trek, such as buying snacks, souvenirs or alcoholic drinks are on your own account.

× Water
As you hike the Rwenzori, you will not be provided with bottled water. You will get the water from the rivers and streams in the mountains because it’s clean. The locals drink it and they are okay. But if you don’t trust it, it’s okay to add some water filters to your water to avoid any inconveniences (these won't be provided by your trekking company).

× Tipping
Tipps for the guide and porter are not included in the price of the trek. You decide how much to tip, but if you got a good service from your guide, be generous.

Accommodation

Accommodation

Hotel nights in Islamabad and Skardu
On your way to the starting point of the trek you will sleep in decent hotels in Islmabad and Skardu. Full board and based on a double room. 

Camping 
During your trek you will stay in campsites along the trails. The porters will take care of all camping equipment. Comfortable members tent, Mattresses, Mess tent, Kitchen tent, store tent, office tent,  shower tent, toilet tent, table, chairs & kitchen utensils are coming along on your way.


Packing List

Packing List

Trekking in Nepal requires decent gear. Especially the basics like an 80-90l backpack and quality trekking socks. Read here what to bring with you.

Documents
– Passport
– Travel insurance
– Boarding passes for flights
– 2 passport photos
– Driving License
– Dollars in cash
– Credit card (make sure you have $500 available on your card
in case evacuation by helicopter is required)

Sleep
– Sleeping bag
– Extra sleeping bag lining

Footwear
– Mountain shoes: 3 or 4 season lightweight
– Slippers or sandals for the city
– Aircraft shoes (optional)

Clothing
– Make sure you have non-cotton clothing for during the trek
– 2 t-shirts with underlayer (e.g. running t-shirts)
– Fleece / softshell jacket
– Waterproof jacket
– Down jacket for warmth
– Travel and citywear
– Underwear
– Trousers for underlayer (optional)
– Waterproof pants
– Trekking pants
– Trekking shorts (optional)
– 2 thick trekking socks
– Lightweight and breathable trekking socks
– Gloves and woolen hat

Accessories
– One backpack: 35 liters
– A duffel bag or backpack with straps to go over your back (Max
8kg weight for the porters to carry)
– Drybag or waterproof cover for your backpack
– Water bottle/thermos: at least 2 litres.
– Sunglasses
– Sunscreen
– Personal medication – Inhaler, blister plasters, etc.
– General toiletries, contact lenses, spectacles (if necessary)
– Towel
– Electronics – Headlight, travel adapter, phone & charger
– Lip balm
– Book
– MP3/Music and headphones
– Hand disinfectant, biodegradable wet wipes

100 Adventures Travel

100 Adventures Travel

We are a leading adventure travel company with one philosophy in mind - to share the culture and natural beauty of Pakistan. Whether you're hiking up one of the world's tallest mountains, cycling through the Old Silk Route, or driving through remote authentic villages, our expert local knowledge and ground-breaking itineraries will provide you with an extraordinary adventure that only Pakistan can offer.

Since the beginning, we've always offered big adventures with a small impact on the local communities our unique experiences encounter.  As a result, we enable the true awe-inspiring nature and culture of Pakistan to be seen by all who travel with us. With 100 Adventures, the beaten path has never looked so beautiful.

Here at 100 Adventures, we're constantly striving to offer new and unique experiences that you can't get anywhere else, far away from the well-walked tourist paths. Each one of our adventures grants true exploration, authentic experiences, and genuine cultural exchange that showcases the excellence of Pakistan's landscape and it's people. Our knowledge of Pakistan is unrivalled, whereby with each coming year we continue to innovate and provide new adventures so that even our most experienced loyal traveller will find a desirable experience.

Safety

Safety

Safety is of the utmost importance to us. That is why this is an area in which we simply do not compromise when it comes to keeping the cost of our trekkings low. Our guides have been selected on the basis of their technical competence, proven safety performance, impeccable judgment, friendly attitude and ability to provide useful and expert instructions. They are also very professional and well trained in first aid and personal protection equipment. First aid kits are available on all treks. In addition, the routes are ideally designed to give you enough time to acclimatize.

While the intention is to stick to the described route, a certain degree of flexibility is built-in. In some cases, it may be necessary to change the route here and there. The mountains are full of surprises, and the weather in Pakistan Mountains is unpredictable. The guides continuously carry out risk assessments throughout the expedition. It is, therefore, best to plan a number of extra days in Pakistan for possible unforeseen circumstances. 

Visa for Pakistan

How to get a visa for Pakistan? 

Recently, the government has launched a new visa portal and made the visa obtaining procedure easier for 175 countries where you can fill up an online application and submit it to get a tourist visa. Before you can even apply you need to get a letter of invitation (LOI) from  100 Adventures , basically we will accept responsibility for you. The process is pretty straight forward. After you received your letter of invitation you can apply directly via this portal

For more information feel free to contact us. 

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

There is a number of questions we are frequently asked about traveling to Pakistan. Below are 100 adventures’ answers to some of your common questions. If there’s anything else you’d like to know, feel free to contact us!

Q. But is it safe?

A. Whilst it has become incredibly difficult to predict where in the world is safe and where in the world is not these days, from our experience of traveling year after year in northern Pakistan, I would say that the regions we go to, in the manner with which we travel, are safe for western visitors. We believe the situation has improved radically since the appalling events of December 2014 when a school was attacked in Peshawar and several children were killed. Since then, the authorities – the army, the politicians and the people in general – seem to have galvanized their opinion against the militants and marginalized them. So to answer the question, in our opinion, yes, this region is safe for the international traveler. 

Q. Why Pakistan?

A. Back in the day, northern Pakistan was one of the most exciting adventure travel destinations in the world. There were rafters, trekkers, paragliders, horse riders, mountain bikers, all traveling the region for its immense natural beauty and fascinating and hospitable population. The people you’ll meet in Pakistan, in the true traditions of Islamic hospitality, are among the most hospitable and friendly you’re ever likely to meet.

Q. Who will I fly with? Are flights direct?

A. You can fly direct with PIA (Pakistan International Agency) which is not too bad and reasonably inexpensive. If you’re looking for more comfort, fly via the Gulf with Emirates or Qatar there are more options such as British and Turkish Airlines which are operating flights to Islamabad.

Q. Will people speak English?

A. Yes. It’s surprising how many do! You have to remember that English is the language of the law, of university teaching, of the middle classes in general. Urdu, the national language, is only spoken by 7% of the population as a first language, English is, therefore, another unifying language.

Q. What’s the food like?

A. Delicious! Many of the staples you find in "Indian" restaurants in the UK are in fact Pakistani in origin, such as rogan josh, tandoori, jalfrezi and naan bread.

Q. Can I drink alcohol?

A. Yes, you can… but generally speaking, you need to take your own. The only alcohol readily available is either Kalash wine (very much an acquired taste – comes with a nice bouquet of goat!) or in Hunza, you will find an equally acquired taste, made from distilled mulberries.

Q. When’s the best time to visit? Can I go during Ramadan?

A. The best months are May through to the end of October and yes, it’s fine to go during Ramadan, the only difference you’ll find is there’ll be no polo in Chitral or Gilgit and the chaikhanas (teahouses) won’t be serving food or drink. Everything else is pretty much normal.

Q. Do I have to cover up?

A. Whilst it’s always advisable to be respectful towards the customs where you’re traveling, northern Pakistan is not unused to western tourists and would not expect women to wear a veil. That said, everyone should dress conservatively, i.e. no shorts or skimpy tops.

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