For a truly unforgettable and unmatched experience, hiking to the Everest Base Camp, Responsible Adventures offers luxury lodging options that provide a remarkable level of attention to detail. Their commitment to delivering exceptional service sets them apart from other companies in the industry.
Responsible Adventures offers the comfort of luxury lodges that allow you to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Everest region.
Luxury Everest Trek Wellness Tour
- Per Person Min 4 persons
- Private Tour Min 2 persons
Book this Nepal trek and get a complimentary one hour Trekker’s’ massage after the trek is over. The masseuses will be from a marginalized community. This is part of our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Note: You can pre-book a seat on a direct helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and return for an additional US$500 per person each way. You will avoid the 4-5 hours drive to or from Manthali. For example – if you decide to book a helicopter seat for both ways – US$1000 extra needs to be added.
Enjoy the highest standards of accommodation in the region.
This trip offers a perfect opportunity for individuals who wish to experience the breathtaking landscape of the Everest region without having to endure extreme altitudes while still maintaining the comforts of home. It is an ideal introduction to the Everest Khumbu area, renowned as the most famous region in the Himalayas.
Throughout this luxury trek, you can explore Sherpa villages and visit the iconic Tengboche monastery. The monastery not only holds cultural and religious significance but also presents awe-inspiring views of Mt. Everest rising behind the Lhotse-Nuptse wall and other majestic peaks surrounding the area.
The journey begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu, taking you into an incredible mountain landscape as you descend towards the remote yet bustling mountain airstrip at Lukla. From there, you will embark on a ten-day trek, moving from one luxury lodge to another.
The accommodations provided on this trek are of the highest standards available in the region. You can expect comfortable heated rooms that shield you from the cold temperatures, en-suite bathrooms with hot showers to refresh yourself, and western-style flush toilets for added convenience. Additionally, electricity is available, ensuring you can access power throughout your stay.
Each day, you will walk for approximately five to six hours, allowing you to explore the main Sherpa villages and soak in the excellent views of the Everest region. This trek strikes a balance between immersing yourself in the area’s natural beauty and enjoying the comfort and luxury of the accommodations provided.
Overall, this trip provides an unforgettable experience for those exploring the Everest region. It offers a taste of its remarkable landscapes, rich culture, and warm hospitality without compromising comfort and convenience.
Food and nutrition on the trek
We are pioneers in gastronome trekking in the Himalayas. We provide a varied, exciting menu on treks throughout the Himalayas. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free meals can be catered for upon request, and other special diets can be accommodated with advance notice.
Trekking is not only fun, but it is beneficial for you. It helps in detoxifying the body while also nourishing the soul. Although to provide a better experience, we also tailor our meals to include superfoods as ingredients to keep you fit and healthy while assisting in acclimatization to high altitudes. Combining hiking in the pristine mountain air and healthy food makes trekking with us a complete adventure. Read More on Food and nutrition on our treks.
Why Choose Us?
- Our expert trek leader will ensure your safety while enhancing your trekking experience.
- Your private social bubble by staying in less busy lodges and trekking away from the crowded trails where possible.
- Experience the Himalayas in style.
- Your food is prepared with superfood ingredients to give the best nourishment, recovery, and acclimatization to high altitudes for our Wellness gourmet trekking adventures.
Upon arrival in Kathmandu, our airport representative will meet you and transfer you to your hotel. You will receive a comprehensive briefing for the trek, including information about the itinerary, route, weather conditions, and necessary preparations. Following the briefing, you will have free time to explore Kathmandu or rest before your trek begins. The briefing ensures your comfort and preparedness for the trekking adventure.
The day starts with a morning walking tour of Ason, an old spice market in Kathmandu. You can immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and explore the variety of spices, herbs, and other local products available for sale.
Afterwards, the tour continues to Durbar Square, an ancient palace complex that showcases Nepal’s rich cultural heritage. You can admire the intricate architecture, ancient temples, and historical artefacts significant to the country’s history.
Following the tour, we stop for lunch, allowing you to refuel and relax before the next leg of the journey. In the afternoon, you will embark on a 4-5 hour drive from Kathmandu to Manthali. This scenic drive will take you through picturesque landscapes and provide an opportunity to experience the natural beauty of Nepal.
Upon arriving in Manthali, you will stay overnight in preparation for an early morning flight to Lukla at an elevation of 2,840 meters. Lukla is the gateway to the Everest region and the starting point for many treks.
Catching an early flight from Manthali to Lukla allows you to reach the mountainous region efficiently, maximizing your time for trekking and exploration. This flight offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas and sets the stage for the adventure in the Everest region.
Note: You can pre-book a seat on a direct helicopter flight at an additional $500 per person to avoid the 4-5 hours of drive to Manthali.
The following day, we will catch an early flight from Manthali to Lukla, providing us with awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas during the approximately 40-minute flight. Upon landing in Lukla, our trekking adventure begins.
From Lukla, we embark on a scenic trek that will take approximately 5 hours to reach Monjo village. The terrain offers a mix of downhill and uphill sections, providing a varied and engaging hiking experience. Along the way, we will pass through farmland and charming villages and encounter the warm hospitality of the locals and fellow trekkers.
The trekking trail will also take us past beautiful prayer walls, monasteries, and Buddhist monuments, giving us insights into the local culture and spirituality. The incredible natural surroundings and stunning mountain vistas will accompany us throughout the journey, adding to the overall beauty of the trek.
After an enjoyable 5-hour hike, we will arrive at Monjo village, situated at an elevation of 2,860 meters. Here, we will be welcomed at our luxury lodge, where we can relax and recharge. The lodge offers comfortable accommodations and amenities, providing a rewarding and memorable experience after a day of trekking.
Monjo village, with its picturesque setting and serene ambience, allows us to immerse ourselves in the tranquillity of the Himalayas. We can take advantage of the lodge’s facilities, savour delicious meals, and take in the natural beauty before resting for the night, ready for the adventures on our trekking journey.
From Monjo village, we will continue our trek towards Namche Bazaar, an important trading hub and gateway to the Everest region. The walk from Monjo to Namche Bazaar takes approximately 3.5 hours.
In the morning, we enter Sagarmatha National Park at Jorsalle, where we will go through the necessary formalities and obtain permits for trekking. As we proceed, we will encounter a trail that undulates through the Himalayan landscape, offering glimpses of the surrounding natural beauty.
After about 90 minutes, we will begin a 2-hour steep climb towards Namche Bazaar. This trek section requires effort, but the rewarding views and anticipation of reaching Namche Bazaar will motivate us.
Upon arriving in Namche Bazaar, we will settle into a lodge above the bustling area. Staying in this lodge will provide a peaceful and secluded atmosphere, allowing for social distancing and the opportunity to relax and unwind amidst the stunning mountain backdrop.
The lodge is owned by L.S. Sherpa, a renowned conservationist and photographer. His passion for preserving the Sherpa culture is evident through his Sherpa Cultural Museum and the Everest Documentation Centre, both of which are located in Namche Bazaar. These establishments offer valuable insights into the region’s rich cultural heritage and mountaineering history.
We will have the chance to explore Namche Bazaar, soak in the vibrant atmosphere, and perhaps visit the Sherpa Cultural Museum and the Everest Documentation Centre to further our understanding of the local culture and mountaineering legacy.
After a fulfilling day of trekking, cultural exploration, and connecting with the Sherpa community, we will spend the night at our lodge in Namche Bazaar, at an elevation of 3,441 meters. This will ensure we are well-rested and ready to continue our journey in the Everest region.
On this day, we will trek from Namche Bazaar to Tashinga at an elevation of 3,360 meters. The day begins with an early morning rise to the national park headquarters, where we can enjoy breathtaking views of Everest and the surrounding peaks. This offers a magnificent opportunity to witness the majestic beauty of the Himalayas and take in the awe-inspiring scenery.
After soaking in the panoramic vistas, we return to our lodge for a nourishing breakfast to fuel ourselves for the day’s trek. We then have the chance to spend some time at the Everest Documentation Centre and Sherpa Cultural Centre, further immersing ourselves in the region’s fascinating history and cultural heritage.
Following our exploration, we resume our trekking journey and head towards Tashinga. We will pass through Kyangjuma, where we will stop for a refreshing lunch break. Kyangjuma offers a lovely setting in which to relax, refuel, and enjoy the surrounding mountain views.
After lunch, we continue our trek, enjoying a short hike to our comfort lodge at Tashinga. This lodge, known for its cosy accommodations, provides a comfortable and homely environment. Here, we will spend two nights, allowing for a well-deserved rest and the opportunity to soak in the serene atmosphere of the Himalayas.
Tashinga offers beautiful natural surroundings and a tranquil ambience, allowing us to unwind and rejuvenate. We can take leisurely walks around the lodge, appreciate the pristine mountain scenery, or relax and enjoy the area’s peacefulness.
These two nights in Tashinga provide ample time to acclimate to the increasing altitude, which is essential for a safe and enjoyable trek. It also allows us to explore the nearby areas, interact with the locals, and immerse ourselves in the unique beauty and culture of the Everest region.
Today, we will trek from Tashinga to Thyangboche at 3,873 meters. The day’s journey will take us through awe-inspiring landscapes and offer us a glimpse into the rich spiritual heritage of the region.
We begin the morning with a steep descent to Phunki Tenga, which typically takes 45-60 minutes. As we go down, we can appreciate the natural beauty and vibrant flora.
Upon reaching Phunki Tenga, we will register with the national park authorities per the regulations. This process ensures the preservation and management of the Sagarmatha National Park.
From there, we gear up for a challenging two-hour climb to the ridge where the renowned Thyangboche Monastery is perched. This steep ascent requires endurance and determination, but the reward at the top makes it all worthwhile.
As we reach the ridge, we are greeted by the magnificent Thyangboche Monastery, one of the most sacred and significant monasteries in the Everest region. This spiritual haven provides a serene and peaceful atmosphere for locals and trekkers.
We will spend a few hours exploring the monastery, immersing ourselves in its cultural and religious significance. The Thyangboche Monastery offers an opportunity to witness the local monks’ spiritual practices and mesmerizing 360-degree views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.
After absorbing the spiritual energy and absorbing the breathtaking vistas, we will have lunch at a nearby establishment in Thyangboche.
Following our lunch break, we will begin our return trek to Tashinga. The descent back will allow us to enjoy different perspectives of the landscape and offer a chance to reflect on the enriching experiences of the day.
Once we reach Tashinga, we can unwind, relax, and enjoy the comforts of our lodge. This return journey to Tashinga further allows us to appreciate the scenic beauty and serene ambience of the area.
Overall, this day’s trek offers a remarkable blend of natural grandeur and spiritual exploration, leaving us with lasting memories of the Everest region’s unique cultural and natural treasures.
On this day, we will trek from Tashinga to Khumjung village, allowing us to retrace our steps and experience the region’s unique charm again.
Our journey begins as we return to Kyangjuma, enjoying the familiar surroundings and panoramic views along the trail. From Kyangjuma, we embark on a short climb of approximately 30 minutes to reach the village of Khumjung.
Khumjung is a fascinating village in the Everest region with cultural and historical significance. One notable highlight of our visit is the Khumjung High School, established by Sir Edmund Hillary, the legendary mountaineer and philanthropist. This school is a testament to his commitment to education and community development in the region.
The proximity of the Khumjung High School to our lodge makes it easily accessible. It allows us to explore the premises and learn about the educational initiatives supported by Sir Edmund Hillary’s Foundation.
For this night’s accommodation, we will stay in a basic lodge run by a local family in Khumjung. This provides us with a beautiful opportunity to experience firsthand the local community’s warm hospitality and traditional lifestyle. Staying in a regular teahouse lodge immerses us in the local culture, allowing us to mingle with the locals, learn about their customs, and gain insights into their daily lives.
It is also worth noting that the family running the lodge in Khumjung continues the traditional practice of yak rearing. This dying practice holds great significance in the Himalayan region, and staying with this family allows us to witness and appreciate their commitment to preserving this cultural heritage. Interacting with the family and gaining a deeper understanding of their way of life adds a unique and authentic dimension to our trekking experience.
Overall, this leg of the journey offers the perfect blend of cultural exploration, community engagement, and immersion in the local way of life. It allows us to appreciate the rich traditions of the Everest region while staying in a comfortable, family-run lodge.
On this day, we continue our trek with a visit to Kunde village, where Sir Edmund Hillary established a hospital that has played a crucial role in providing healthcare to the local communities. This morning walk allows us to witness the positive impact of Hillary’s philanthropic efforts in the region.
From Kunde, we begin our descent towards the Syangboche airstrip. This part of the trail offers a less trodden path, providing a peaceful and off-the-beaten-track experience. As we make our way along this trail, we can relish the tranquillity and immerse ourselves in the natural beauty of the surrounding landscapes.
Continuing on this less frequented route, we eventually merge with the main trail leading to Thame. Along the way, we can stop at one of the picturesque villages for lunch. This break offers a chance to refuel and interact with the locals, gaining insights into their way of life and culture.
Our final destination for the day is the village of Thame. This village holds great significance in the mountaineering history of the Everest region. It is the birthplace of Tenzing Sherpa, who later migrated to Darjeeling and became a crucial member of the historic Mount Everest expedition with Sir Edmund Hillary. Thame also boasts famous mountaineer Apa Sherpa, who held the world record for the most ascents of Everest’s summit until 2019.
Thame’s relative isolation and lack of visitation by many trekkers add to its charm and authenticity. By exploring this lesser-known village, we glimpse the traditional Sherpa way of life and immerse ourselves in a genuine cultural experience. Thame’s serene ambience and breathtaking surroundings make it a true hidden gem in the Everest region.
Overall, this day’s trek allows us to visit Kunde village and the Hillary hospital, traverse through less crowded paths, and finally arrive at Thame, a village with deep connections to the mountaineering history of the region. It provides a rare opportunity to witness the local heritage and appreciate the achievements of legendary Sherpa mountaineers.
Today, our trek takes us from Thame village towards Namche Bazaar along a serene, less-travelled trail. As we embark on this peaceful journey, we can truly appreciate the awe-inspiring presence of the towering Kondge mountain, which adds a majestic backdrop to our hike.
The trail meanders through various small hamlets and forested paths, allowing us to immerse ourselves in the tranquillity of the surroundings. Walking through these charming villages will enable us to witness the simplicity of their lifestyles and engage with the friendly residents.
As we make our way along the trail, we will come across a tiny village where we will stop for a leisurely lunch. This break offers an opportunity to rest, refuel, and enjoy the tranquillity of the surroundings. There is no rush to reach Namche Bazaar, allowing us to fully savour the experience and soak in the region’s natural beauty.
The entire hike from Thame to Namche Bazaar usually takes around 5 hours, during which we can relish the peacefulness and serenity of the trail. The absence of crowds and the quieter ambience allows for a more personal connection with nature and a deeper appreciation for the journey.
Finally, as we reach Namche Bazaar, we can look forward to the vibrant energy of this bustling Sherpa town. Here, we can rest and rejuvenate, reflecting on the beauty and tranquillity of the day’s hike before continuing our adventure in the Everest region.
Overall, this 5-hour hike towards Namche Bazaar on a quiet trail perfectly balances natural serenity, cultural immersion, and a sense of rejuvenation amid the Himalayan landscapes.
On this day of our trek, we begin by descending steeply towards a high suspension bridge. The trail provides thrilling views of the surrounding landscapes as we make our way over the rushing river below. The steep descent adds a touch of adventure to our journey and makes for an exhilarating start to the day.
After crossing the suspension bridge, we continue our trek towards the village of Jorsalle. Along the way, we bid farewell to Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its rich biodiversity and incredible Himalayan vistas. As we depart from the park, we can reflect on the natural wonders and unique experiences within its boundaries.
Upon reaching Jorsalle, we take a break for lunch. This strategic pause allows us to refuel and recharge, surrounded by the peacefulness of the village. It is an excellent opportunity to relax, interact with fellow trekkers, and share stories of our experiences in the wilderness.
After lunch, we resume our journey, trekking for another two hours towards our destination for the night—Phakding. This charming village is a popular stopover point for trekkers to Everest Base Camp. Nestled amidst picturesque landscapes, Phakding offers a tranquil escape from the demands of the trail. Its welcoming tea houses and serene ambience provide a cosy and comfortable setting for us to rest and recover from the day’s hike.
Overall, this approximately 5-hour hike takes us from the high suspension bridge, through Jorsalle, and finally to the peaceful village of Phakding. It combines thrilling descents, a transition from the national park, and ample opportunities to refuel and relax. As we settle in for the night in Phakding, we can reflect on our progress and look forward to the adventures on our trek to Everest Base Camp.
On our final day of trekking, we embark on a journey that involves mostly uphill ascents at various gradients. As we approach our destination, we can expect a mix of challenging yet rewarding sections along the trail.
We will encounter different terrains throughout this trek, including rugged paths and rocky slopes. Although the uphill climb may demand some physical effort, the spectacular views and a sense of achievement make it all worthwhile. As we ascend, we will have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the mesmerizing landscapes and appreciate the grandeur of the Everest region.
Following our trek, we will gather for a special celebration in the evening—a last-night party with the staff. This occasion allows us to express our gratitude and appreciation to the team who have supported us throughout the journey. We can share stories and laughter and create lasting memories together. It’s a time to savour the accomplishments of our trek and acknowledge the collective effort that made it possible.
The party provides an opportunity to interact with the staff more personally, strengthening the bonds we have formed throughout our adventure. It’s a moment of camaraderie and reflection as we come together to commemorate the successful completion of our trek.
After the festivities, we can retire for a well-deserved rest, cherishing the memories of our journey to Everest Base Camp and the friendships we’ve cultivated along the way.
Overall, this 3-hour trek uphill brings us closer to the end of our adventure, presenting us with physical challenges and breathtaking views. The last night party with the staff offers a chance to celebrate our achievements and express our gratitude before bidding farewell to the majestic Everest region.
On this final leg of our journey, we depart from the Everest region and head towards Manthali Airport. From here, we will catch a flight back to Kathmandu, which offers a convenient and time-saving mode of transportation.
Once we land in Manthali, we embark on a scenic 4-5 hour drive back to Kathmandu. The drive takes us through the beautiful countryside of Nepal, offering glimpses of rural life, stunning landscapes, and picturesque villages along the way. This journey provides an opportunity to absorb the country’s natural beauty and cultural richness.
During the drive, we will traverse through winding mountain roads, passing by terraced fields, lush green valleys, and charming small towns. It is a chance to reflect on the experiences of our trek, admires the diverse scenery, and perhaps even stop at a few scenic viewpoints to capture memorable photographs.
As we approach Kathmandu, we will notice the bustling energy of the city gradually enveloping us. The drive concludes as we arrive in the capital, filled with emotions—gratitude for our incredible journey, a sense of accomplishment, and a yearning for the comforts of home.
Upon reaching Kathmandu, we can settle into our accommodations, reminisce about the trek, and savour the memories we’ve created. We may explore the vibrant city further, visit cultural sites, indulge in local cuisine, or relax and unwind after our adventurous trekking experience.
Overall, the flight from Manthali to Kathmandu, followed by a 4-5 hour drive, provides a smooth transition back to the capital city, offering a final glimpse of Nepal’s natural beauty before returning to the comforts of urban life. It marks the end of our remarkable journey to Everest Base Camp, leaving us with memories that will last a lifetime.
Note: You pre-book a seat on a direct helicopter flight to Kathmandu for an additional $500 and avoid a 4-5 hour drive from Manthali.
As we conclude our trekking adventure in Nepal, we have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the country’s rich cultural heritage with a sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur. This ancient city in the Kathmandu Valley is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture, historical monuments, and vibrant cultural traditions.
Our sightseeing tour will take us through Bhaktapur Durbar Square’s narrow, cobbled streets, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, we will encounter numerous temples, palaces, and intricate woodwork that showcase the architectural brilliance of the Malla dynasty. We can explore landmarks like the Nyatapola Temple, the Bhairava Nath Temple, and the 55 Window Palace, each with a unique story and artistic significance.
As we walk around Bhaktapur, we will witness the daily lives of the locals, the bustling pottery square where traditional pottery making thrives, and the artisans skillfully moulding clay into beautiful works of art. The city exudes a distinct charm that transports us back in time, providing a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of Nepal.
In the evening, we come together for a farewell dinner, reflecting on the incredible experiences we’ve had during our trek and celebrating our achievements. The dinner allows us to share stories, laughter, and gratitude with our fellow trekkers and guides as we bid farewell to this remarkable journey.
During the farewell dinner, we may have the chance to indulge in traditional Nepali cuisine, tasting local delicacies and flavours. It’s a moment of camaraderie and appreciation, acknowledging the teamwork, support, and friendships forged.
As the evening draws to a close, we can cherish the memories we’ve created, exchange contact information, and bid farewell to our fellow trekkers and guides who have become a part of this transformative journey.
The sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur and the farewell dinner offer a beautiful conclusion to our adventure, allowing us to explore Nepal’s cultural treasures and come together as a community to celebrate our achievements and the bonds we’ve formed.
You will be brought to the airport 3 hours before your International flight.
- A family-owned Boutique with breakfast in Kathmandu
- All transportation
- Responsible Adventures’ expert trek leader or hire Raj
- Complimentary T-shirt
- Use of trekking kit bag during the trek
- Trekking Chef
- One assistant guide between 4 trekkers
- One porter between two trekkers
- Proper clothing for porters and crew
- Food for porters & crew members (we are less than a handful of trekking companies that provide this facility)
- Insurance for team and porters
- All permits
- All meals on the trek (the healthiest and most varied trekking meals in the whole of the Himalayas)
- Domestic airfare
- International airfare
- All optional additional tours or activities during free time
- Transportation outside of the tour program
- Travel insurance (compulsory to have insurance that covers helicopter evacuation)
- Tips (suggested amount; US$100 per week for staff only), Leader’s tipping up to your discretion
- Items of a personal nature, e.g., alcoholic drinks, bottled beverages, laundry, souvenirs, etc.
A Responsible promise
Despite the exceptional circumstances in which we find ourselves at the moment, we don’t want you to give up your holiday – and we want you to be able to book your trip without any worries.
To provide additional security for your booking, we have introduced a new rebooking and cancellation policy so that you can easily rebook or cancel your trip free of charge if the worst comes to the worst.
Free Cancellation With the Responsible Promise 100% Money-Back Guarantee
For new bookings made between May 10th 2021, and December 31st 2022, you may cancel your complete package (activities, hotels, tours, excl. flight) free of charge up to 30 days before your departure and get 100% of your money back. However, to stay flexible, we recommend that you choose a flexible fare when booking your flight.
Complete flexibility on your booking
Stay flexible with our new rebooking service until shortly before your departure. For new bookings made between May 10th and December 31st, 2021, you may rebook your package (activities, hotels, tours) free of charge up to 30 days before your departure (subject to availability). Rebooking is only allowed once, and you must inform us 30 days before your planned departure. Any additional costs incurred due to changes in your schedule or upgrades, such as additional fees in high season or upgrades to your accommodation, will still apply. To remain flexible, we recommend that you choose a flexible fare when booking your flight.
Most of our clients have completed their treks from 3 years old to some in their 70s with almost no exercise or training.
Do you offer hotel/airport pick-up?
We offer hotel and airport pick-up. As you continue with your booking, there will be an option to input flight details or hotel names.
Do I need a Visa?
A visa for Nepal can be acquired on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, and at border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki on the Nepal-India border, and Kerung on the Nepal-China border.
A visa can also be obtained outside of Nepal at the nearest Nepal Embassy or Diplomatic Mission.
For more information, visit the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Kathmandu.
What should I bring on a Trek?
Being adequately equipped is one of the keys to a successful trek. For information to help you select the best type of clothing and equipment for your trip, please see our Clothing and Equipment Guide.
Also, see our Links page for details of specialist retailers who will offer further advice and assistance with purchasing new clothing or equipment.
If you have more questions, please check this article to reference equipment to pack or contact us.
Is this trip safe for solo/female/LGBT+/minority/POC travellers?
You are safe if you respect the culture, do not show affection in public, and dress decently (this won’t pose too much of a problem as you will be covered up in layers to stay warm).
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