Sherpa Village Trek

Trip Duration 12
Max Altitude 4365M
Group Size 2-20
Best Time for Visit March to June, Sep to December

Trip Overview


The Sherpa Village Trek is a remarkable journey that takes you through the picturesque landscapes and traditional Sherpa villages of the Himalayas. Spanning over a course of several days, this trek also offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich culture, stunning natural beauty, and warm hospitality of the Sherpa community. The trek usually begins in the bustling city of Kathmandu, where you can explore the vibrant markets and ancient temples before embarking on your adventure. From there, a short flight also takes you to Lukla, a small mountain town perched at an altitude of 2,800 meters, where the real trekking begins. As you traverse through dense forests, cascading waterfalls, and rolling hills, you'll witness the awe-inspiring grandeur of the Himalayas, including towering peaks like Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam. The trail meanders along ancient trade routes and suspension bridges, offering breathtaking views at every turn. Along the way, you'll encounter several Sherpa villages, such as Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Khumjung, which are nestled in the mountains and offer a glimpse into the Sherpa way of life. The Sherpas, known for their mountaineering prowess and warm hospitality, will welcome you with open arms, allowing you to experience their unique traditions, cuisine, and daily rituals. The trek also provides an opportunity to visit monasteries and spiritual sites, where you can witness the peaceful Buddhist practices and receive blessings from the resident monks. These serene locations offer a chance for introspection and tranquility amidst the majestic Himalayan backdrop. Each day, you'll trek for a few hours, allowing ample time for acclimatization and enjoyment of the surroundings. The nights spent in cozy teahouses. You can relish warm meals and engage in conversations with fellow trekkers from around the world, sharing stories and creating lasting memories.

Conclusion and Summary

The Sherpa Village Trek is a captivating journey that combines adventure, cultural exploration, and natural beauty. It offers a chance to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life and reconnect with nature and yourself. Whether you're an experienced trekker or a novice adventurer, this trek promises an unforgettable experience that will leave you with a profound appreciation for the Sherpa people and the majestic Himalayas they call home.

 Trip Highlight

  • Scenic 40 mins of flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.
  • A scenic walks with grand views of Mt. EverestLhotse with a series of peaks.
  • Explore Sherpa villages and experience authentic Sherpa culture
  • Visit the historic Sherpa settlements of Khumjung, Kunde and Tengboche
  • Breathtaking views of the heritage, such as intricate paintings, Thangka, and Yeti scalps and hands at Nangkartshang Gompa in Dingboche.
  • Visit Tibetan Tengboche Monasteries at Tengboche
  •  Panoramic flight both ways with exciting views of Everest and other mountains.
  • Panoramic Sunrise View from Everest View Hotel
  •  Sagarmatha National Park is a World Heritage Site enriched with flora /fauna.
  •  Explore Sherpa’s traditional villages and impressive monasteries of the Buddhist religion.
  •  Walk around lovely tranquil pines and rhododendron forests with grand views
  • Serpentine river Dudh Koshi (Milky river) escort your passageway
  • Viaduct to detect Mt:Everest from very close
  • Various of 8000 m above peaks include Everest is on top prize.
  • Sherpa village is ornamented by multihued sacred flags.
  • Stay two nights at Namche Bazaar, a trading hub and the capital of the Sherpa homeland
  • Opportunity to view Himalayan Yak and rare Himalayan wildlife – Himalayan musk deer, Himalayan tahr, snow leopard, etc
  • Excursion to Phortse, an ecotourism village


On arrival at Kathmandu International Airport via respective airlines, you will be received by our office staff and guide with a warm welcome, then transferred to your hotels in the hub of the city. After checking into your rooms and getting refreshed, join the other groups for a briefing on Everest Sherpa Cultural and Scenic Trekking. Our guide offers you useful and important information regarding the trek and your stay in Nepal with us. The evening includes a welcome dinner in a nice and authentic Nepalese restaurant with a folk culture program of Nepal while having your dinner.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (Dinner).

Starting early morning transfer to domestic airport for a short and scenic flight to Lukla, taking a smaller aircraft (Twin Otter or Dornier) during 30 minutes on air with an amazing panorama of the Himalayan series of peaks with Mt. Everest as the plane lands on its unique uphill runways reaching Tenzing & Hillary airport in Lukla. From here, a slow start with a few hours of walks on downhill past many Sherpa farm villages with well-tended crops and vegetable fields and terraces with occasional views of snowcapped peaks of Kwangde and Kusum kangaroo, and then reaching our first overnight stop of the trek at Phakding in the comfort of a nice and cozy lodge located by the raging Dudh Kosi River.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), tea or coffee.

Today is a long uphill walk to reach the famous Namche Bazaar. The morning starts with a gradual walk following the Dudh Kosi River upstream, crossing a few bridges, to reach the Sagarmatha National Park entrance near Monjo village. Sagarmatha for Everest in Nepalese, while Sherpa calls Chomolungma (of Tibetan origin) in both languages Great Mother. From here, a pleasant walk on the river bed leads to a climb for a few hours into a forested trail with views of snowcapped peaks, as this scenic walk reaches you at the exciting Namche Bazaar.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), tea or coffee.

On the day set aside for rest, we shall take on activities that will help us acclimate faster for our trekking journey ahead. In a town known for its colorful and lively nature, Namche has interesting shops, a buzzing Saturday market, tasty cuisine, and beautiful scenery, as well as warm, welcoming Sherpa people and the unchanged characteristics of this town since ages.

Visit the Sherpa cultural museum for detailed information on mountaineering in the region, flora and fauna, the history and geography of the Himalayas, and the culture and traditions of the local inhabitants. Before the weather creates hurdles, get involved in an early-day hike to one of the nearby destinations. Everest View Hotel, which provides a marvelous view of Mount Everest Lhotse, the beautiful Ama Dablam, and other nearby peaks; the twin villages of Khumjung and Kunde, known for ancient monasteries with old-age heritages; and a school and hospital built by the Edmund Hillary Foundation, are popular day hike destinations from Namche Bazaar. After exploring the surrounding areas, prepare for the trek ahead. Stay overnight in Namche Bazaar.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), tea or coffee.

At Namche Bazaar, with a pleasant overnight stop, walk uphill from Namche to reach a hilltop, as the route diverts with a climb to Syangboche, a small settlement with an old airstrip. Facing views of mountains where walking is easier on gradual ups and downs towards Kunde village and visiting Khumbu’s only medical hospital built and run by Hillary and his Foundation.

After an interesting tour of the hospital, a slow descent takes you to an overnight stop at Khumjung, one of the largest villages in the Khumbu area after Namche Bazaar. Kunde and Khumjung villages are located within a scenic glacial valley beneath the peaks of holy Khumbila, the patron god of Khumbu Sherpa. With time, visit another old monastery, the one and only place where you can witness a scalp believed to be of a Yeti, which is kept safe and secure in a glass box for visitors to see with a donation.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), tea or coffee.

From Khumjung, the walk leads on a gradual scenic path with a downhill to the Imjatse River at Phungi Tanga for lunch and an afternoon uphill climb into rhododendron, pine, and fir forest with grand views of snowcapped peaks. After a few hours of climbing, reach Tengboche Monastery, enjoy marvelous views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Kangtega, Thamserku, and Kwangde with the magnificent Ama Dablam, visit its interesting monastery, and observe monks and priests in prayer. With scenic time and visiting its monastery, a slow downhill walk into deep woods of rhododendron and pines to reach a quiet and isolated spot at Debouche and transfer to its nice few lodges for an overnight stop facing views of Everest and Ama Dablam peak.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), tea or coffee.

Today we hike to the ecotourism village of Phortse. With about 80 Sherpa households occupying the village, this is one of the highly populated villages at this elevation in Khumbu. The dense forest of juniper, rhododendron, and birch, which lies close to the village, is the habitat of Himalayan tahr, snow leopard, and the colorful Himalayan Monal.

The villagers perform Sherpa cultural show on request. From Phortse, one can enjoy close-up views of snow cloaked Cho Oyu (the sixth highest mountain in the world), Thamserku, Jasemba Peak, and Namgpai Gosum.

After spending some time at Phortse, you retrace your step to Debuche.

Overnight in Debuche.

Morning downhill walk for a short while to Imjatse River, after crossing a bridge walk into an open country where tree lines stop for a few short juniper and rhododendron bushes, uphill for a while to reach Pangboche village at 3,900 meters. Pangboche is the last permanent village before Dingboche and beyond; from here, a slow climb to Somara for lunch is followed by a continued walk with a climb to Dingboche village for an overnight stop, located within the scenic Imjatse valley with excellent views of Ama Dablam and Island Peak.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), tea or coffee.

On another day of rest and acclimatization in this trekking expedition, we shall have an important day before reaching the ultimate destination of this trip. The day will be utilized by short hikes to higher altitudes to adapt ourselves to higher altitudes. A hike to Nangkartshang Gompa provides the trekkers with breathtaking views and the opportunity to get insight into the heritage, such as intricate paintings, Thangka, and Yeti scalps and hands.

Explore the valley formed by the mighty Imja River and the beautiful trail leading to Island Peak. A short hike to the hill behind Dingboche is another option, which provides us with a view of a couple of thousand peaks. After exploring the breathtaking surroundings and capturing memories of the valley, we return for the overnight stay. Stay overnight in Dingboche and prepare for the next day’s trek.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), tea or coffee.

As soon as our Helicopter reaches Dingboche, near the lodge, we board in a spacious, seated chopper, greeted by the pilot and Captain. Where Helicopter lifts high above with a short flight towards the high Khumbu valley for close grand views of Mt. Everest and an array of peaks, then fly to Lukla and then transfer to Tenzing and Hillary airports in Lukla for a scenic morning flight to Kathmandu. Panorama of mountain views all the way to Kathmandu; at Kathmandu domestic airport, our staff transfers you back into your hotel with a free afternoon to relax after a great and wonderful time on Everest Cultural and Scenic Trekking.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), tea or coffee

Today is a free day in Kathmandu reserved as an extra day in case of a flight delay or cancellation in Lukla due to unfavorable bad weather conditions, which can occur sometimes as Himalayan weather can be unpredictable. If all goes well as per our guideline-set itinerary, one can enjoy this day relaxing, with individual extra activities, or book another exciting tour around Kathmandu at places of great interest.

Included are standard accommodation and meals (Breakfast).

Your last day in Nepal, the country of Himalayan wonders, and as per your international flight time, depart for homeward bound or to your next respective connecting destination. Our staff and guide will transfer you to Kathmandu airport after a mesmerizing memory and a great time on Sherpa Village Trek.

Departures & Availability

The set departure dates listed are specially quoted and specified for group joining option. Let us know if the set departure dates are not suitable for you- another dates which are suitable for you can certainly be added by us.

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Start Date Price Availability

All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy, are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

Price include

  • All airport pick-up drops are by private vehicle (for both international and domestic flights).
  •  Welcome dinner in an authentic restaurant
  •  03-night twin/double sharing accommodation in BB in Kathmandu.
  •  Guided sightseeing tours in Kathmandu with private vehicles.
  •  Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu flight with airport departure tax.
  •  National Park entrance fee and Trekkers’ Information Management System( TIMS card).
  •  A high experience, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English-speaking, well-trained, Government license-holding guide. Price includes his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport, and insurance.
  •  02 guests to 01 porter with their insurance, salary, food, accommodation, and equipment.
  •  We provide an assistant to guide his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport, and insurance walking with the group to support where necessary as per the group size.
  •  lodge accommodation in the mountain during the trekking.
  •  Three meals a day; breakfast, lunch, and dinner and tea/coffee during the trekking.
  •   First aid kit box.
  •  Friendship World Trek sleeping bag, down jackets, T-shirt, cap, duffle bags, city and trekking route maps – if necessary.
  •  Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (should have insurance for emergency evacuation and will be paid by your travel insurance company).
  •  Oximeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily during the trek (very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms). This helps ensure your trek is in the safest hands possible.
  •  All applicable government and local taxes per the itinerary.
  • The sharing bus ride from Kathmandu to Ramechhap for the Lukla flight is included both ways.
  • Fresh fruits after dinner every night as dessert during the trek.
  • Souvenir as a Friendship World Trek T-shirt and Cap
  • Achievement Certificate given at the end of trek
  • Cookies and biscuits during the trek for cookie time after reaching the tea house

Price Excludes

  • Your Nepal Visa fees.
  • All the International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal travel and health insurance as well as insurance for helicopter evacuation.
  • In case of extra nights’ accommodation, lunch, and dinner in the city due to early arrival and late departure as well as early back/return from mountain/trekking (due to any reason) than the given period of the itinerary. We can help you arrange an extra night’s accommodation.
  • Your expenses such as (laundry, baggage charge, phone calls, battery recharge, bar and beverage bill, boiled or bottled water, hot and cold shower, extra porter.. etc).
  • Taking a private jeep towards Ramechhap will cost extra, but it will be worth it.

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Trip Information

Trip Introduction: 12 Days Sherpa Village Trek

Sherpa Village Trek is a marvelous high-altitude holiday within high beautiful Khumbu around the Everest Region, where you can enjoy great thrills with grand views of the world’s highest mountains in the comfort of a nice lodge with local Sherpa great traditional hospitality.

Sherpa Village Trek is a suitable short enjoyable adventure for all age groups and especially for a family or corporate type of people with a change of scene into Fresh Mountain air after the hectic daily chores of work.

A pleasant Everest Sherpa Cultural–Scenic Trekking with time to soak into local impressive local culture and customs enriched with old Buddhism religion and in the shade of mighty Mt. Everest.

This lovely walk takes you to world heritage sites within Sagarmatha National Parkenriched with exotic flora and fauna with the world’s highest mountains Mt. EverestMt. LhotseMt. Cho-Oyu, and a range of giant peaks.

The park was established in the mid-1970s and was listed as a world heritage in 1979 to protect and conserve its beautiful natural surroundings as well saving its green woodland from destruction and deforestation.

Everest Sherpa Cultural and Scenic Trekking will be a great way to immerse within the local traditions and life of Sherpa people interwoven with the Buddhist religion with the impressive heritage way of farm life that you encounter on these lovely walks.

Our itinerary program is well planned and designed to provide the best of Everest views with a panorama of high giant mountains both on air during the flight as well on treks to designated overnight stops with rooms facing views of beautiful scenery.

Everest Sherpa Cultural-Scenic Trek takes you around scenic areas of Namche, Khunde, and Khumjung on the magnificent spot at Thyangboche with its impressive colorful monastery surrounded by green enchanting woodland and then at high beautiful Imjatse valley in Dingboche enclosed by high peaks.

From Dingboche where short swift Helicopter flights take you to Lukla, and then continue on a normal flight in a smaller aircraft to Kathmandu, where our marvelous journey and wonderful experience on Everest Sherpa Cultural and Scenic Trekking completes.

Why Sherpa Village Trek Trip ?

12 Days Sherpa Village Trek Trip is a better choice for various reasons:

Cultural Experience: The trek takes you through the traditional Sherpa villages, where you can learn about their culture, tradition, art, language, and way of living life. You will also visit the historic monasteries and temples, which are an important part of Sherpa culture.

Scenic Beauty: The trek takes you through the world’s most beautiful landscapes, including lush woods, terraced farmland, and the Great Himalayas. You will be able to see Mount Everest, as well as other peaks such as Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam.

Adventure: The trek is an average to challenging journey that requires a good level of fitness, but the rewards are well worth the effort. The journey gives you a better opportunity to check your limits and push yourself to new heights.

Time: The 11-day trek is the perfect time to explore the region and get a glimpse of the culture and landscape of the Everest region, but it is also not so long that it takes up all of one’s time.
Route: The itinerary for this trek is well-planned and well-rounded, allowing you to acclimate and explore the region at your own leisure while not missing any of the trek’s attractions.

Main Attraction Of Sherpa Culture

Sherpa culture’s main attraction is its unique customs, traditions, and way of life, which are strongly based on Tibetan Buddhism. They are famous for their mountaineering and trekking abilities, as well as their hospitality and friendliness to guests. Traditional music and dancing, colorful festivals, and delicious food are all part of Sherpa culture. Furthermore, the Sherpa people’s link to the Himalayas, including Mt. Everest, draws many visitors to their culture and way of life.

The Himalayan Sherpa celebrate a variety of festivals throughout the year, many of which are inspired by Tibetan Buddhism. The following are some of the most important festivals in Sherpa culture:

Mani Rimdu: Mani Rimdu is a Tibetan Buddhist festival celebrated for nine days in the Sherpa populations of Nepal and in the Himalayan areas. The event usually includes rituals, dances, and lectures that are meant to purify and increase the spiritual force of both individual participants and the community as a whole. The celebration is usually held in the autumn, around October or November.

Dumji: Dumji is a Sherpa celebration observed in the Himalayas, usually in June or July. It marks the birth of Guru Rinpoche, also known as Padmasambhava, the second Buddha and the founder of Tibetan Buddhism. The festival is often referred to as ‘Drupchen’ or ‘Drupku’. Religious ceremonies, dances, and the gifting of traditional foods and drinks to the gods and goddesses are all part of the event. The festival also provides an occasion for the Sherpa community to gather and establish social bonds.

Loshar: Loshar, also known as Tibetan New Year, is celebrated by the Sherpa, Tamang and Gurung population of Nepal’s Khumbu region. Lhosar brings together the Sherpa, Tamang, and Gurung people to celebrate the beginning of the New Year with traditional music, dance, and religious ceremonies.

Palden Lhamo: Palden Lhamo is a yearly celebration celebrated at the Tengboche Monastery in Nepal’s Khumbu area. The event honors the goddess Palden Lhamo, who is regarded as the protector of the Khumbu region and a particularly powerful divine in Tibetan Buddhism. The celebration is performed by the region’s Sherpa, Tamang, and Gurung communities.

The local community meets during the event to make offerings to the goddess and seek her blessings for the upcoming year. Traditional music and dance performances, as well as religious ceremonies performed by local lamas, or monks at the event.

Which is the best season for Sherpa Village Trek?

The best season for Everest Sherpa Cultural-Scenic Trek is in the spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November), when the weather is clear and stable, providing excellent trekking conditions and breathtaking views of the Himalayas. The temperature is also calm during this period, making it simpler for trekkers to acclimate to the high altitude.

Furthermore, the routes are dry, making it easier to trek, while the lower altitudes’ greenery and flowers give a wonderful contrast to the snowy peaks.  However, it depends on your preferences, as the winter season can be too cold, and the summer monsoon season can create excessive rainfall and slippery routes.

Climate And Weather Of Everest Sherpa Cultural-Scenic Trek

The weather around Everest Base Camp depends on the season. However, we cannot predict the climate change up in the mountain. The weather is usually clear during the daytime and cooler at night time during the peak climbing season. The peak season for Everest Base Camp is normally April and May and October and November. During the monsoon season (June to September), heavy rain and snowfall will occur. Even in the summer, the temperature at Everet Base Camp can drop below freezing at night. The average temperature at Everest Base Camp in January is around -17°C and -2°C in July. Because of its high altitude, the air is thin and dry, making it difficult for certain individuals to breathe.

Where And How To Start Sherpa Village Trek ?

Everest Base Camp Trek is a renowned trekking route in Nepal that usually begins and ends in Kathmandu. We fly to Lukla from Kathmandu.  The journey begins in Lukla and proceeds through small villages and lush woods, passing through Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep before reaching the Everest Base Camp.

It is always recommended to schedule the trek with a registered trekking company with well-trained guides, porters, and other equipment support. Friendship World Trek helps you with permits, transportation, as well as accommodation, and lodging. Most of the trekking trials are well-defined; however certain sections of the trek may be steep or difficult to manage.

It’s also important to know that the trek to Everest Base Camp is not an easy one and also requires a good level of physical fitness and acclimatization to the altitude. Friendship World Trek recommends you to spend some time in Kathmandu for acclimatization before starting the trek and also to some stops up in the mountains, to minimize the risks of altitude sickness.

Travel Insurance: Sherpa Village Trek.

Friendship World Trek always suggests our clients for Travel and Medical Insurance against unpredicted situations that may occur during your walk to the Himalayan. The trek normally takes place in a far-off and mountainous region, so medical care and evacuation may be expensive to arrange during an emergency. Friendship World Trek advises you to the Insurance through World Nomads Travel Insurance for your upcoming holiday in Nepal to Himalayan destinations.

When getting travel insurance, ensure that your insurance covers all specific activities such as trekking, hiking, and mountaineering. Additionally, determine whether the coverage covers emergency medical bills and evacuation, including helicopter rescue. Friendship World Trek advises customers to have Travel and Medical Insurance before starting the trek. The travel insurance must include appropriate protection for the duration of your tour/trek to cover personal injury, death, medical expenditures, and repatriation expenses in any mode of transportation on emergency evacuation such as helicopter rescue, air ambulance, etc.

In case, sometimes your chosen trip destination may differ from the planned itineraries. In exceptional cases, we may need to reroute or cancel trips due to political conflict, miserable weather, broken road or trail conditions, and porter position and condition. The company has the right to cancel trips in case of unavoidable circumstances that are outside our control, such as if there are uncertain landslides in the middle of the trial. Please be patient in such a situation; we will do our best to change the itinerary travels as much as feasible for your comfort.

Sherpa Village Trek Altitude.

The altitude problem is a common problem that trekkers face on Mount Everest due to high altitude and less oxygen availability. The trekker may have symptoms like,

  •    Headache.
  •    Dizziness.
  •    Nausea.
  •    Vomiting.
  •    Tiredness.
  •    Loss of appetite.

The trekker may face physiological challenges too. Furthermore, cold temperatures, strong winds, and other extreme alpine conditions can make climbing more difficult. Climbers frequently take a cautious and steady approach to climbing to overcome these challenges, employing a process known as “acclimatization” to allow their bodies to adjust to the high altitude.

Accommodation In Sherpa Village Trek.

People trekking to Everest Base Camp will encounter a number of tea shops along the road that provide basic amenities such as shared sleeping rooms, food, and occasionally even hot showers. (You need to pay for hot showers).

As a developing country, when we travel to the Himalayan region, the greenery and population density drop, which is one of the key reasons why we sometimes have to sacrifice for the best services. However, because this is a tourist route, most amenities remain accessible, while some may require a sacrifice.

It’s important to remember that the mountain’s accommodations are quite basic and frequently overcrowded, and the cost might be exorbitant due to the difficulty of delivering supplies to such a remote position.

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Suggested Equipment List.

  • Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase (We provide one complimentary Friendship World Trek duffel bag that is to be returned after the trip).
  • Day pack.
  • Trekking shoes.
  • Sports shoes or sandals.
  • Sun Hat/cap.
  • Warm woolen cap.
  • Warm fleece jacket or puffy jacket.
  • Waterproof Gore-Tex layer.
  • Pullover or warm sweeter.
  • Raincoat.
  • 4/5 pairs of good quality socks.
  • Hand gloves.
  • 2/3 pairs of trekking trousers.
  • 3/4 pairs of trekking shirts.
  • 3/4 pairs of underwear (non-cotton preferred).
  • Sunglasses.
  • Water bottle.
  • 4-season sleeping bag (Optional/we can provide one if you need it. It is to be returned after the trip).
  •  Flash or Torch light.
  • Camera and batteries.

Sherpa Village Trek Route Map



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