Out Of Reach: Snowboarding in Bansko,Bulgaria

Those who know me are probably sick of hearing me talk about how awesome Bansko is, so i’ll do us all a favour and start writing about it! For those who live under a rock , or blocked me, Bansko is a town in southwest Bulgaria, located under the Pirin Mountains and is mostly known as a Ski Resort. I will not pretend to know much about the town itself because to be honest every time I visit I go straight to the slopes and finish the day in a sauna.

What makes Bansko Ski Resort Amazing? Well, to put it simple, Bansko offers a great ski resort with a variety of routes , and town accommodation with amenities such as a Half-board or a sauna at a very affordable price! For accommodation, you can find a single hotel room in the city centre that includes Breakfast ,Dinner and Sauna amenities starring from 30 euro a night. However, if you are not interested in all that, you can also find a single hotel room ,apartment or quest house at 15-25 euro per night. An average meal in town will cost you around 5 euro but keep in mind that the restaurants on the slopes are much more expensive. Please note that the currency in Bulgaria is the Bulgarian lev(BGN).

Overall, Bansko is a great get away destination where you can ride a 2600 ft mountain from top to bottom, have a hot chocolate break at 2200ft overlooking the city and finish the day pampering yourself at a nice spa hotel, all without hurting your bank account. A Budget ski Resort destination I Highly recommend!

Information

Bansko is considered to be one of the most affordable ski Resorts in Europe. Furthermore, it is the number one ski resort in Bulgaria, with the longest ski season starting from December to April  and the highest elevation difference of 1570m. Bansko has 18 runs accommodating all levels from beginner to expert. However, there are only a couple of black routes for the expert skiers to enjoy a challenge. Most of the routes are great for Intermediate level and the resort has also a variety of beginner level routes as well, making it a great place to learn. More information on the routes can be found here. 

Season Dates: December- April (depending on snow conditions)
Mid Season: Early December / 10 of March until April
High Season: 23 of December until 9 of March
Opening hours: 8:30 – 17:00
Elevation: 925m to 2,600m
Runs: 18 (Blue,Red,Black) Details
Lifts: Gondola, Chairlifts, Draglifts
Cross County/Ski road: 7km
Snow Guns: Yes
English Speaking: Yes
Piste Map : Bansko Ski Resort

Snowboarding/Ski Lessons:

You can easily find a ski/snowboard instructor that speaks very good English, whether you are a beginner or want to refresh your current skills and learn new tricks. You may be able to find an instructor on the slopes but to avoid disappointment I would highly recommend that you book a Session prior. You can typically find an instructor at the same place you get your equipment from or online where you will find a number of deals ( always check the reviews). The prices are typically 55 BGN for a two hour group lesson or 130 BGN for a two hour private lesson.The group lessons are much cheaper but if you want to learn fast ,a private lesson may be best for you.

Beginners:

If you are a beginner I would strongly advise you to get a couple of lessons first before taking the chairlift up to the main slopes. The first lesson for a beginner will typically be at the Bunderishka Polyana slope located at the top gondola station. When you start feeling confident and be able to stand on your board, control your speed and stop, you can ask your instructor to take you up the mountain and show you the beginner routes.

Equipment:

Most of the hotels offer free space for you to store your equipment, however if you are not bringing your own, there are a number of different shops you can rent. I usually email my rental shop to let them know when I am visiting and we sort everything out once I am there.I have never purchased the prepaid plans that are offered by many sites online therefore I cannot comment.

The equipment typically ranges from 25-30 BGN for a Ski set (skis, boots & poles) per day and 30-40 BGN for a Snowboarding set (board & boots) per day. You can find better deals if you rent the equipment for more than 1 day and kids equipment are even cheaper.

I rent my equipment and hire my instructor from Tsakiris Ski. It is located across the gondola station and my experience with them has been very good. Their instructors speak very good English , Greek and Bulgarian.

Lift Passes

To use the gondola or any of the lifts throughout the resort , you need to have a valid lift pass. A day pass costs around 58 BGN for an adult , but can be cheaper if you buy for multiple days. You can purchase your lift pass at the gondola station , however i would strongly advise you to buy it a day before, if possible, to avoid the queue in the morning. When purchasing a multiple day pass please note that they will take your picture and print it on the ticket, so make sure to purchase your own tickets.More info on the prices can be found here.

Out of Bounds is a brand new website focusing on Alternative Travel Blogs rather that the typical tourist guides.

Here, we share some of the adventures , activities ,interesting things and also tips we gathered along the way. We aim to show you how you can travel on a budget  and provide information that will help you plan your own  awesome adventures!

Enjoy 🙂

You can contact us at: Admin@OutofBounds.xyz

Transportation

Sofia International Airport to Bansko

The preferred way of transport , especially for a small group is with a shuttle service. You can book it online ,and they will wait for you with your name at the airport. Although it is not the cheapest option , it is the faster(1hour 50 )and you don’t need to worry about your luggage. Bansko Express Sun Transfers

Alternatively ,you can take a Bus from the Central Bus station or the bus station Ovcha Kupel. The average ticket price is 16BGN (8 euro) for one direction. The duration is 2.5 hours. You can find the bus timetable here and here .

I have also stumbled upon a facebook group called “The Bansko Notice Board” , where you can find locals offering private and public transfer from the airport to the resort.

Please Note:For my trip I used Suntransfers shuttle service and while the pickup was a five star experience , waiting for me in the airport on time and wifi onboard, the return was quite stressful ,arriving barely on time before the check in closed. If I end up using Suntranfers again or to anyone planning to do so I would just suggest giving them a call when they provide you with the pick-up time(that’s usually the day before the return travel) ensuring they will get you there on time. Keep in mind they might be picking up other people as well.

Bansko to Mountain

Gondola is the most popular and preferred way to go up the mountain , a 30 minute ride above a beautiful scenery. However, arrive late and you will be stuck in a huge queue waiting forever to reach the resort. To avoid the crowds the best way is to buy your pass the day before and arrive at the gondola station early. The gondola usually opens at 8:00 or 8:30 ,depending on the season, so i would not suggest showing up later than that. However, if you like to sleep in a little longer not to worry , there are other ways.

There is also a Free Bus service that can take you up to the mountain but you still need to have a valid lift pass. The queue for these buses is located next to the queue for the gondola. Keep in mind that sometimes this service can be a little slow due to the traffic.

Alternatively, you can find some private busses and taxis that can take you to the top gondola station.They are usually parked next to the gondola queue. The price is around 10BGN per person.

Most hotels offer free shuttle services to the bottom gondola station at given times,but some may also offer transport to the top for a small fee. Ask at your hotel’s reception desk if this option is available.

On the Mountain

Bansko ski Resort combines a variety of routes, each taking you through its beautiful scenery and offers mid-way stops for you to take a break , warm up and have a bite.

At the top of the gondola station you can find the beginners run and some restaurants with places to lean your equipment on. Restaurants and restrooms can be found at different stops through the Slopes, with “The Goat” being at the highest location at 2200ft. Please note that the restaurants on the slopes can be quite expensive, even the bottled water that costs 0.25 EUR in town is charged at 2 EUR on the slopes. If you don’t have much to spend don’t worry, you can sit outside and enjoy a prepared snack you brought with you.

It’s important to note that the gondola lift closed at 17:00 sharp and some chairlifts may close sooner! If you miss the Gondola you will have to ride all the way down to the city from the ski road. If you are a skier this is not a problem at all, it’s a nice ride and the route is equipped with lights. However , if you are a not very experienced snowboarder, this can be a bit of a pain in the ass. There is quite a bit of straight terrace , and for a snowboarder that can’t control their speed it can be difficult. However , if you like a challenge and believe you can control you speed and have enough stamina then why not , I have done it once by accident and I’ll probably do it again next time!

What I would advise you , especially if you have beginners or kids in the group is to have a taxi number with you. It can be hard to find one once you are at the slopes.

Also, it would be a good idea that you know what time you rental shop closes so you’re in time handing in the equipment.

 Budget Plan

How Much will it actually cost?

For those who want to skip prepaid packages or compare them with how much it would cost if you planned it yourself, read on.I have prepared two budget plans for you to get an insight of the prices and sort out your budget for your snowboarding trip.

Economy plan is focused on the most budget friendly choices while the Regular plan combines budget and comfort. The Regular plan is based on my last journey and is the one i would recommend.Keep in mind that I didn’t spend much on meals since breakfast and dinner were covered in the hotel price and I always prepared a sandwich for lunch on the slopes.

Of course Bansko has many other options as well , so if you have more money to spend you can also find some Full board Spa Hotels and create a more Premium plan for your liking. 

The following prices are an estimate for a solo traveller, keep in mind that if you are travelling with company you can share the twin room and pay half the price!

Disclaimer: Please note that the prices and exchange rate may vary depending on when you are booking.

Both Plans are mapped around a 6 night stay, 4 days up the mountain and note that the aeroplane ticket is Not included.

Economy Plan:

Transportation (Sofia Airport to Bansko):
Bus (two way): 32 BNG

Accommodation(6 nights):
Double/Twin Room at a Hotel ,Breakfast Included : 200 BNG

Lift Pass(4 days):
224 BNG

Equipment(Snowboard/Boot hire):
100 BNG

Meals :
110 BNG (10 BNG per meal)

Total = 676 BNG (about 345 Euro)

Regular Plan:

Transportation (Sofia Airport to Bansko):
Shuttle(two way): 72 BNG

Accommodation(6 nights):
Double/Twin Room at a Hotel -Breakfast ,Dinner, Spa amenities Included : 507 BNG

Lift Pass(4 days):
224 BNG

Equipment(Snowboard/Boot hire):
100 BNG

Snacks  :
50 BNG(Breakfast & Dinner is cover by the hotel)

Total = 953 BNG (about 487 Euro)

I book my stay on Booking.com , you can use this link to receive a 15€ coupon after your next booking. In order to find the best deals ,plan ahead and book your accommodation in advance.Many of the hotels in Bansko offer a free cancellation option if you change your mind.

The Details: Snowboarding in Bansko

When is the best time to visit?

Well, if you are flexible ,to ensure visiting Bansko at the best time, avoid public holidays in order to avoid the crowds, check snow reports to ensure the routes will be open and check the weather. Personally, I prefer visiting early February or early March.Both dates were amazing , not many people which meant smaller queues ,no chaos on the slopes and overall smoother snowboarding experience.The weather was good with some days of sunshine and others with light snow .There was a decent amount of snow and powder at the slopes and most of them(if not all) were open.

I would advice checking the weather and snowfall forecast to avoid strong winds and ensure most of the routes will be open. Snowforecast , J2Ski

Tip: Check the Snowfall History to forecast how the conditions will be on the month you plan your visit here.

On the Slopes : Where do I go?

Riding down the mountain there are a variety or routes you can follow, however, be aware of the signs to avoid routes that are beyond your current skills. Familiarise yourself with the chairlift guides and the map to avoid ending up in a black route somewhere.

If you are a beginner you will probably want to start at the Bunderishka Polyana slope which is located at the top gondola station and as mentioned in the information section above, its recommended to get an instructor until you are confident practising alone or with a  friend.

Once you learn how to stop and control your speed and direction you can try practising on the main slopes. Ideally, once you are confident, your instructor will take you up the chairlift and show you the blue routes.

First time up , you can take the Kolarski Charilift that will take you to a short blue route ride. At the top of the Chairlift avoid route 7 (red) and follow route 6 , 4 and 1 back to the base (top gondola station) where you started. On your way down there are two stops for you to take a break , 180° and Blah Blah.

If you have more stamina and feeling more confident you can go higher. Take the Kolarski Chairlift again, but this time follow 6,4 and then go toward the Blah Blah stop. From there , take the Shiligarnik Chairlift which will take you at The Goat stop (route 3). Take a minute to enjoy the view at 2200 ft and then follow the routes 10,5 and 1. Please note that if you follow route 10(avoid 12) all the way down you will end up at the Mostra chairlift and will have to go back up near The Goat stop again. This might be bad if you are in a rush to reach the gondola before closing so mind the time! Otherwise , take the lift up,take off you board, go get some rest and a hot chocolate at The Goat and the continue down again. Good thing is you are surrounded with blue routes, just remember to make a turn at route 5 if you want to go down to the base.

There are many more routes and chairlifts you can take and combine.Familiarise yourself this map or better yet save it on your phone, and plan your route accordingly. Ride safe , mind the other riders and have an awesome time!

Notes:

  • Bansko mountain rescue service:(+359) 887 100 241, (+359) 88 1474, (+359) 749 8 8132.
  • Avoid 10th of February till March since its a mid-term break around Europe and the slopes can be packed.
  • If a friend joins last minute, email the hotel and ask for the possibility an extra bed before you get there.It will be cheaper than booking an extra single room.

Out Of Reach: Snowboarding in Bansko,Bulgaria

Those who know me are probably sick of hearing me talk about how awesome Bansko is, so i’ll do us all a favour and start writing about it! For those who live under a rock , or blocked me, Bansko is a town in southwest Bulgaria, located under the Pirin Mountains and is mostly known as a Ski Resort. I will not pretend to know much about the town itself because to be honest every time I visit I go straight to the slopes and finish the day in a sauna.

What makes Bansko Ski Resort Amazing? Well, to put it simple, Bansko offers a great ski resort with a variety of routes , and town accommodation with amenities such as a Half-board or a sauna at a very affordable price! For accommodation, you can find a single hotel room in the city centre that includes Breakfast ,Dinner and Sauna amenities starring from 30 euro a night. However, if you are not interested in all that, you can also find a single hotel room ,apartment or quest house at 15-25 euro per night. An average meal in town will cost you around 5 euro but keep in mind that the restaurants on the slopes are much more expensive. Please note that the currency in Bulgaria is the Bulgarian lev(BGN).

Overall, Bansko is a great get away destination where you can ride a 2600 ft mountain from top to bottom, have a hot chocolate break at 2200ft overlooking the city and finish the day pampering yourself at a nice spa hotel, all without hurting your bank account. A Budget ski Resort destination I Highly recommend!

Information

Bansko is considered to be one of the most affordable ski Resorts in Europe. Furthermore, it is the number one ski resort in Bulgaria, with the longest ski season starting from December to April  and the highest elevation difference of 1570m. Bansko has 18 runs accommodating all levels from beginner to expert. However, there are only a couple of black routes for the expert skiers to enjoy a challenge. Most of the routes are great for Intermediate level and the resort has also a variety of beginner level routes as well, making it a great place to learn. More information on the routes can be found here.

Season Dates: December- April (depending on snow conditions)
Mid Season: Early December / 10 of March until April
High Season: 23 of December until 9 of March
Opening hours: 8:30 – 17:00
Elevation: 925m to 2,600m
Runs: 18 (Blue,Red,Black) Details
Lifts: Gondola, Chairlifts, Draglifts
Cross County/Ski road: 7km
Snow Guns: Yes
English Speaking: Yes
Piste Map : Bansko Ski Resort

Snowboarding/Ski Lessons:

You can easily find a ski/snowboard instructor that speaks very good English, whether you are a beginner or want to refresh your current skills and learn new tricks. You may be able to find an instructor on the slopes but to avoid disappointment I would highly recommend that you book a Session prior. You can typically find an instructor at the same place you get your equipment from or online where you will find a number of deals ( always check the reviews). The prices are typically 55 BGN for a two hour group lesson or 130 BGN for a two hour private lesson.The group lessons are much cheaper but if you want to learn fast ,a private lesson may be best for you.

Beginners:

If you are a beginner I would strongly advise you to get a couple of lessons first before taking the chairlift up to the main slopes. The first lesson for a beginner will typically be at the Bunderishka Polyana slope located at the top gondola station. When you start feeling confident and be able to stand on your board, control your speed and stop, you can ask your instructor to take you up the mountain and show you the beginner routes.

Equipment:

Most of the hotels offer free space for you to store your equipment, however if you are not bringing your own, there are a number of different shops you can rent. I usually email my rental shop to let them know when I am visiting and we sort everything out once I am there.I have never purchased the prepaid plans that are offered by many sites online therefore I cannot comment.

The equipment typically ranges from 25-30 BGN for a Ski set (skis, boots & poles) per day and 30-40 BGN for a Snowboarding set (board & boots) per day. You can find better deals if you rent the equipment for more than 1 day and kids equipment are even cheaper.

I rent my equipment and hire my instructor from Tsakiris Ski. It is located across the gondola station and my experience with them has been very good. Their instructors speak very good English , Greek and Bulgarian.

Lift Passes

 To use the gondola or any of the lifts throughout the resort , you need to have a valid lift pass. A day pass costs around 58 BGN for an adult , but can be cheaper if you buy for multiple days. You can purchase your lift pass at the gondola station , however i would strongly advise you to buy it a day before, if possible, to avoid the queue in the morning. When purchasing a multiple day pass please note that they will take your picture and print it on the ticket, so make sure to purchase your own tickets.More info on the prices can be found here.

Transportation

Sofia International Airport to Bansko

The preferred way of transport , especially for a small group is with a shuttle service. You can book it online ,and they will wait for you with your name at the airport. Although it is not the cheapest option , it is the faster(1hour 50 )and you don’t need to worry about your luggage. Bansko Express Sun Transfers

Alternatively ,you can take a Bus from the Central Bus station or the bus station Ovcha Kupel. The average ticket price is 16BGN (8 euro) for one direction. The duration is 2.5 hours. You can find the bus timetable here and here .

I have also stumbled upon a facebook group called “The Bansko Notice Board” , where you can find locals offering private and public transfer from the airport to the resort.

Please Note:For my trip I used Suntransfers shuttle service and while the pickup was a five star experience , waiting for me in the airport on time and wifi onboard, the return was quite stressful ,arriving barely on time before the check in closed. If I end up using Suntranfers again or to anyone planning to do so I would just suggest giving them a call when they provide you with the pick-up time(that’s usually the day before the return travel) ensuring they will get you there on time. Keep in mind they might be picking up other people as well.

Bansko to Mountain

Gondola is the most popular and preferred way to go up the mountain , a 30 minute ride above a beautiful scenery. However, arrive late and you will be stuck in a huge queue waiting forever to reach the resort. To avoid the crowds the best way is to buy your pass the day before and arrive at the gondola station early. The gondola usually opens at 8:00 or 8:30 ,depending on the season, so i would not suggest showing up later than that. However, if you like to sleep in a little longer not to worry , there are other ways.

There is also a Free Bus service that can take you up to the mountain but you still need to have a valid lift pass. The queue for these buses is located next to the queue for the gondola. Keep in mind that sometimes this service can be a little slow due to the traffic.

Alternatively, you can find some private busses and taxis that can take you to the top gondola station.They are usually parked next to the gondola queue. The price is around 10BGN per person.

Most hotels offer free shuttle services to the bottom gondola station at given times,but some may also offer transport to the top for a small fee. Ask at your hotel’s reception desk if this option is available.

On the Mountain

Bansko ski Resort combines a variety of routes, each taking you through its beautiful scenery and offers mid-way stops for you to take a break , warm up and have a bite.

At the top of the gondola station you can find the beginners run and some restaurants with places to lean your equipment on. Restaurants and restrooms can be found at different stops through the Slopes, with “The Goat” being at the highest location at 2200ft. Please note that the restaurants on the slopes can be quite expensive, even the bottled water that costs 0.25 EUR in town is charged at 2 EUR on the slopes. If you don’t have much to spend don’t worry, you can sit outside and enjoy a prepared snack you brought with you.

It’s important to note that the gondola lift closed at 17:00 sharp and some chairlifts may close sooner! If you miss the Gondola you will have to ride all the way down to the city from the ski road. If you are a skier this is not a problem at all, it’s a nice ride and the route is equipped with lights. However , if you are a not very experienced snowboarder, this can be a bit of a pain in the ass. There is quite a bit of straight terrace , and for a snowboarder that can’t control their speed it can be difficult. However , if you like a challenge and believe you can control you speed and have enough stamina then why not , I have done it once by accident and I’ll probably do it again next time!

What I would advise you , especially if you have beginners or kids in the group is to have a taxi number with you. It can be hard to find one once you are at the slopes.

Also, it would be a good idea that you know what time you rental shop closes so you’re in time handing in the equipment.

 Budget Plan

How Much will it actually cost?

For those of you who want to skip prepaid packages or compare them with how much it would cost if you planned it yourself, read on.I have prepared two budget plans for you to get an insight of the prices and sort out your budget for your snowboarding trip.

Economy plan is focused on the most budget friendly choices while the Regular plan combines budget and comfort. The Regular plan is based on my last journey and is the one i would recommend.Keep in mind that I didn’t spend much on meals since breakfast and dinner were covered in the hotel price and I always prepared a sandwich for lunch on the slopes.

Of course Bansko has many other options as well , so if you have more money to spend you can also find some Full board Spa Hotels and create a more Premium plan for your liking.

The following prices are an estimate for a solo traveller, keep in mind that if you are travelling with company you can share the twin room and pay half the price!

Disclaimer: Please note that the prices and exchange rate may vary depending on when you are booking.

Both Plans are mapped around a 6 night stay, 4 days up the mountain and note that the aeroplane ticket is Not included.

Economy Plan:

Transportation (Sofia Airport to Bansko):
Bus (two way): 32 BNG

Accommodation(6 nights):
Double/Twin Room at a Hotel ,Breakfast Included : 200 BNG

Lift Pass(4 days):
224 BNG

Equipment(Snowboard/Boot hire):
100 BNG

Meals :
110 BNG (10 BNG per meal)

Total = 676 BNG (about 345 Euro)

Regular Plan:

Transportation (Sofia Airport to Bansko):
Shuttle(two way): 72 BNG

Accommodation(6 nights):
Double/Twin Room at a Hotel -Breakfast ,Dinner, Spa amenities Included : 507 BNG

Lift Pass(4 days):
224 BNG

Equipment(Snowboard/Boot hire):
100 BNG

Snacks  :
50 BNG(Breakfast & Dinner is cover by the hotel)

Total = 953 BNG (about 487 Euro)

I book my stay on Booking.com , you can use this link to receive a 15€ coupon after your next booking. . In order to find the best deals ,plan ahead and book your accommodation in advance.Many of the hotels in Bansko offer a free cancellation option if you change your mind.

The Details: Snowboarding in Bansko

When is the best time to visit?

Well, if you are flexible ,to ensure visiting Bansko at the best time, avoid public holidays in order to avoid the crowds, check snow reports to ensure the routes will be open and check the weather. Personally, I prefer visiting early February or early March.Both dates were amazing , not many people which meant smaller queues ,no chaos on the slopes and overall smoother snowboarding experience.The weather was good with some days of sunshine and others with light snow .There was a decent amount of snow and powder at the slopes and most of them(if not all) were open.

I would advice checking the weather and snowfall forecast to avoid strong winds and ensure most of the routes will be open. Snowforecast , J2Ski

Tip: Check the Snowfall History to forecast how the conditions will be on the month you plan your visit here.

On the Slopes : Where do I go?

Riding down the mountain there are a variety or routes you can follow, however, be aware of the signs to avoid routes that are beyond your current skills. Familiarise yourself with the chairlift guides and the map to avoid ending up in a black route somewhere.

If you are a beginner you will probably want to start at the Bunderishka Polyana slope which is located at the top gondola station and as mentioned in the information section above, its recommended to get an instructor until you are confident practising alone or with a  friend.

Once you learn how to stop and control your speed and direction you can try practising on the main slopes. Ideally, once you are confident, your instructor will take you up the chairlift and show you the blue routes.

First time up , you can take the Kolarski Charilift that will take you to a short blue route ride. At the top of the Chairlift avoid route 7 (red) and follow route 6 , 4 and 1 back to the base (top gondola station) where you started. On your way down there are two stops for you to take a break , 180° and Blah Blah.

If you have more stamina and feeling more confident you can go higher. Take the Kolarski Chairlift again, but this time follow 6,4 and then go toward the Blah Blah stop. From there , take the Shiligarnik Chairlift which will take you at The Goat stop (route 3). Take a minute to enjoy the view at 2200 ft and then follow the routes 10,5 and 1. Please note that if you follow route 10(avoid 12) all the way down you will end up at the Mostra chairlift and will have to go back up near The Goat stop again. This might be bad if you are in a rush to reach the gondola before closing so mind the time! Otherwise , take the lift up,take off you board, go get some rest and a hot chocolate at The Goat and the continue down again. Good thing is you are surrounded with blue routes, just remember to make a turn at route 5 if you want to go down to the base.

There are many more routes and chairlifts you can take and combine.Familiarise yourself with this map or better yet save it on your phone, and plan your route accordingly. Ride safe , mind the other riders and have an awesome time!

Out of Bounds is a brand new website focusing on Alternative Travel Blogs rather that the typical tourist guides.

Here, we share some of the adventures , activities ,interesting things and also tips we gathered along the way. We aim to show you how you can travel on a budget  and provide information that will help you plan your own  awesome adventures!

Enjoy 🙂

You can contact us at : Admin@Outofbounds.xyz

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