Yosemite National Park

California, United States
 (31 votes, 32 reviews)
Yosemite is the 3rd oldest national park in the United States (Established October 1, 1890), and one of the favorite parks in the world.  With over 800 miles of trails, it's a nature-lover's dream. Most visitors spend all of their time in Yosemite Valley, where the most popular sights are, but there are several more amazing areas to discover if you have the time. The park's elevation ranges from 2000ft to 13,114ft (600m to 4,000m), stretching from Giant Sequoia groves housing 200ft trees over 2,000 years old, to breath-taking valleys carved by glaciers, and home to the highest waterfall in America, to alpine meadows filled with rivers, lakes, and wildflowers. Over 3.5 million people from around the world visit Yosemite each year. The park offers lodging reservations up to 1 year in advance, which are usually booked only a few minutes after the phone lines open up each day.

Many people visit the park to experience the amazing geological features in person, including Half Dome, El Capitan, Vernal Fall, Nevada Fall, Yosemite Falls, Mariposa Grove, Tuolumne Meadows, and more.

Trails

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Turtleback Dome
Treat yourself to views of Half Dome and the Valley below with no crowds and the view to yourself.
Easy
1.3 mi/
2.1 km
Lukens Lake
An easy escape to a flower-filled meadow off the Tioga Road.
Easy
1.3 mi/
2.1 km
May Lake
An easy day hike or overnighter to a popular and beautiful subalpine lake.
Easy
1.3 mi/
2.1 km
McGurk Meadow
An easy hike through a beautiful meadow full of wildflowers in Yosemite National Park
Easy
2.0 mi/
3.2 km
Inspiration Point, Yosemite NP
Be inspired to swap the Tunnel View crowds for a serene way to experience Yosemite's signature vista.
Easy
2.5 mi/
4.0 km
North Dome, Yosemite
A great day hike to the best viewpoint in Yosemite or a perfect overnighter on a granite dome.
Moderate
4.5 mi/
7.2 km
Rancheria Falls
A great early-season dayhike or overnighter past and to some wonderful waterfalls in Yosemite Valley's twin.
Moderate
14.0 mi/
23 km
Badger Pass to Glacier Point
Winter Cross-country skiing trip
Moderate
26 mi/
42 km
Ostrander Ski Hut, Yosemite
An exciting winter adventure from the Horizon Ridge Approach in Yosemite National Park
Difficult
9.1 mi/
14.6 km
Ostrander Lake
A 12-mile our and back hike to Ostrander Lake in Yosemite National Park
Difficult
12.4 mi/
20.0 km
Clark Range Circuit
A multi-day loop in Yosemite's High Country without the crowds.
Difficult
40 mi/
64 km

Yosemite Valley

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Bridalveil Fall
A quick walk to a stunning waterfall, believed to be the home to the protector of Yosemite Valley
Easy
0.2 mi/
0.3 km
Lower Yosemite Falls
A quick stroll to see the tallest waterfall in Northern America crash down on the rocks below
Easy
0.3 mi/
0.5 km
Glacier Point
Drive to the best view in all of Yosemite. This 270-degree view of the Valley, Half Dome, and 3 Falls will amaze you.
Easy
0.3 mi/
0.5 km
Mirror Lake
An easy walk in Yosemite National Park with reflections of Half Dome and wildflowers all around.
Easy
2.5 mi/
4.0 km
Old Big Oak Flat Road
Solitude in Yosemite Valley
Moderate
3.0 mi/
4.8 km
The Mist Trail - Vernal and Nevada Falls
Hike to two breath-taking waterfalls along Yosemite Valley's most popular hiking trails
Moderate
6.5 mi/
10.5 km
Pohono Trail: Glacier Point to Dewey Point
Excursion above Yosemite Valley with spectacular views all around.
Moderate
18.2 mi/
29 km
Sierra Point
Sierra Point is an old viewpoint on the eastern end of Yosemite Valley from which you can see four waterfalls.
Difficult
1.4 mi/
2.3 km
Upper Yosemite Fall Hike
Enjoy the thrilling views of looking down from the top of Yosemite Fall.
Difficult
6.1 mi/
9.8 km
Yosemite Point
A great viewpoint to provide fantatisc views of Yosemite Valley land features, including Half Dome and Lost Arrow Spire.
Difficult
8.4 mi/
13.5 km
The Panorama Trail
A mostly-downhill hike with views of Half Dome, Nevada Fall, Vernal Fall, Yosemite Falls and the Yosemite Valley
Difficult
8.9 mi/
14.3 km
4 Mile Trail - Yosemite
Valley floor to Glacier Point
Difficult
10.0 mi/
16.1 km
Trailspotting Half Dome, Yosemite National Park
Yosemite's world-class hike. Equal parts challenging and breathtaking, this is the one trail you'll never forget.
Difficult
15.5 mi/
25 km
Half Dome Hike
Yosemite National Park's iconic day hike, with stunning views over Yosemite Valley from the top of Half Dome.
Difficult
15.7 mi/
25 km

Wawona and Mariposa Grove, Yosemite

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Wawona Swinging Bridge
A short flat hike to the swinging bridge over a slow-moving river with perfect pools for swimming.
Easy
0.8 mi/
1.3 km
Wawona Meadow Loop
Take a relaxing stroll around a beautiful meadow with this easy 3.5-mile loop
Easy
3.5 mi/
5.6 km
Lower Chilnualna Fall
A short but steep hike up to the base of Chilnualna Fall in Yosemite National Park
Moderate
0.9 mi/
1.4 km
Mariposa Grove to Wawona Lodge
Take a closer look at the Wawona wilderness while escaping the crowds on this downhill hike in Yosemite National Park
Moderate
5.5 mi/
8.9 km
Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias
Walk among the giants of Mariposa Grove in Yosemite and see some of the biggest and oldest sequoias in the world
Moderate
7.5 mi/
12.1 km
Chilnualna Falls
Hike this lesser-known trail to discover Chilnualna Falls with a wading pool and cascades waiting at the top.
Difficult
8.4 mi/
13.5 km

Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Tuolumne River
Enjoy a relaxing break to the sounds of the Tuolumne River after this short hike through the meadow
Easy
1.6 mi/
2.6 km
Tuolumne River Loop - Dana and Lyell Forks
An easy 4 miles long loop hike traverses both forks, Dana & Lyell, of Tuolumne River and provides great scenic views.
Easy
4.0 mi/
6.4 km
Elizabeth Lake - Yosemite National Park
An glacier-carved alpine lake located at the base of Unicorn Peak offers scenic views and tranquility.
Easy
4.6 mi/
7.4 km
Gaylor Peak
A short and enjoyable peak with incredible views near Tioga Pass in Yosemite National Park.
Moderate
2.2 mi/
3.5 km
Lembert Dome
Enjoy scenic views of Tuolumne Meadows from the top of the dome.
Moderate
2.4 mi/
3.9 km
Tioga Peak
Tioga Peak is a nice and easy peak found near Tioga Pass just east of the Yosemite boundary.
Moderate
2.9 mi/
4.7 km
Cathedral Lakes, Yosemite NP
Worship the great outdoors from the heart of Yosemite National Park.
Moderate
8.0 mi/
12.9 km
Twenty Lakes Loop
A day hike around beautiful lakes in the eastern sierra, just outside the east entrance to Yosemite on Tioga pass.
Moderate
8.1 mi/
13.0 km
Upper Young Lakes Loop
Loop trail from Tuolumne Meadows to Upper Young Lake and return.
Moderate
14.9 mi/
24 km
Lyell Canyon-Vogelsang Loop
A tramp through the heart of Yosemite's Cathedral Range.
Moderate
20 mi/
32 km
Ten Lakes at Yosemite National Park
A three-night, 22-mile hike in the Ten Lakes area of Yosemite National Park
Moderate
22 mi/
35 km
Mt Dana, Yosemite NP
Gaze upon Yosemite National Park from atop the 13,000 foot summit of Mount Dana.
Difficult
5.0 mi/
8.0 km
Day hike to Mt. Dana.
A day hike to Mt. Dana, the second highest mountain in Yosemite National Park, at an elevation of 13061 feet.
Difficult
5.2 mi/
8.4 km
Nelson Lake, Yosemite National Park
Escape to a lake off the beaten path.
Difficult
7.0 mi/
11.3 km
Mount Conness
A classic Yosemite peak, highest in the Sierra north of Highway 120 and holding the second largest glacier in Yosemite.
Difficult
9.0 mi/
14.5 km
Clouds Rest
The best place to enjoy the view of Half Dome from the top.
Difficult
12.1 mi/
19.5 km
John Muir Trail: Happy Isles to Tuolumne Meadows
"The mountains are calling and I must go." - John Muir
Difficult
21 mi/
34 km
Tuolumne Meadows to Yosemite Valley
A strenuous 2-4 day backcountry trip full of meadows, mountains, and waterfalls
Difficult
28 mi/
45 km
Guides
Half Dome Hike
Half Dome Hike
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Difficult: 15.7 miles, Full day
Yosemite National Park's iconic day hike, with stunning views over Yosemite Valley from the top of Half Dome.
The Mist Trail - Vernal and Nevada Falls
The Mist Trail - Vernal and Nevada Falls
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Moderate: 6.5 miles, Half day
Hike to two breath-taking waterfalls along Yosemite Valley's most popular hiking trails
The Panorama Trail
The Panorama Trail
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Difficult: 8.9 miles
A mostly-downhill hike with views of Half Dome, Nevada Fall, Vernal Fall, Yosemite Falls and the Yosemite Valley
Upper Yosemite Fall Hike
Upper Yosemite Fall Hike
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Difficult: 6.1 miles, Full day
Enjoy the thrilling views of looking down from the top of Yosemite Fall.
Cathedral Lakes, Yosemite NP
Cathedral Lakes, Yosemite NP
California, United States
 
Moderate: 8.0 miles, Half day
Worship the great outdoors from the heart of Yosemite National Park.
Pohono Trail: Glacier Point to Dewey Point
Pohono Trail: Glacier Point to Dewey Point
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Moderate: 18.2 miles, Multiple days
Excursion above Yosemite Valley with spectacular views all around.
Lower Yosemite Falls
Lower Yosemite Falls
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Easy: 0.3 miles, 1 hour or less
A quick stroll to see the tallest waterfall in Northern America crash down on the rocks below
Clouds Rest
Clouds Rest
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Difficult: 12.1 miles, Full day
The best place to enjoy the view of Half Dome from the top.
Mt Dana, Yosemite NP
Mt Dana, Yosemite NP
California, United States
 
Difficult: 5.0 miles, Half day
Gaze upon Yosemite National Park from atop the 13,000 foot summit of Mount Dana.
McGurk Meadow
McGurk Meadow
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Easy: 2.0 miles, 1-3 hours
An easy hike through a beautiful meadow full of wildflowers in Yosemite National Park
Lyell Canyon-Vogelsang Loop
Lyell Canyon-Vogelsang Loop
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Moderate: 20 miles, Multiple days
A tramp through the heart of Yosemite's Cathedral Range.
Glacier Point
Glacier Point
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
 
Easy: 0.3 miles, 1 hour or less
Drive to the best view in all of Yosemite. This 270-degree view of the Valley, Half Dome, and 3 Falls will amaze you.
Community Trips
Early start (Curry Village, California, United States) Photo
Werner at bridge (Curry Village, California, United States) Photo
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Vernal falls (Curry Village, California, United States) Photo
Half Dome Hike Yosemite Park
by joost on May 28, 2008
Curry Village, California, United States
16.3 miles
Finally... after 4 years in California I had a chance to do the classic Half Dome Hike!We started early, 5.45 AM, went up via the Mist Trail, and got on top 9.30 AM. There was hardly anyone (only one other hiker on top, passed a couple more on the way up).On the way down the herds were coming up, so we were...
Trailhead to Upper Yosemite Fall at Camp 4 Photo
Trail to Upper Yosemite Fall Photo
Elevation Trend to the top of the valley Photo
Half Dome from Columbia Rock Photo
Upper Yosemite Fall Hike - Yosemite National Park
by jasonchiu on Jul 02, 2008
Yosemite Village, California, United States
6.1 miles
Yosemite Valley possesses one of the most beatiful scenary in the world and is particularly renowned for its spectacular waterfalls and giant rocks. Among them, Yosemite Fall is probably the most vistied place in the valley. While most people visit Lower Yosemite Fall only, Upper Yostemite Fall is definitely worthy to pay a visit at least once in a lifetime for its great views on the valley and surroundings. The hike to Upper Yosemite Fall...
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Glacier Point and the Panorama Trail
by chris on Jul 30, 2010
Yosemite National Park, California, United States
9.0 miles
On Friday we drove from Wawona down to the Valley and stopped at Glacier Point.  The sky was clear and the views were amazing, as expected.  A few of us (Me, my Dad, brother, Susan, and Cara) decided to hike down to the Valley along the Panorama Trail and meet the others down there.  We started off on our 8.5-mile hike and immediately stopped every few seconds to take another picture, the views were...
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Tenaya Lake to Clouds Rest
by jwania on Aug 09, 2008
Curry Village, California, United States
5.9 miles
If Granite turns you on, Yosmite National Park is the place to be, and the trail to Clouds Rest is one to be on. Clouds Rest (elevation 9926 feet) is one of those summits in Yosemite National Park from where one can "look down" on Half Dome (elevation 8800 ft) and enjoy a 360 degree panaromic view of Yosemite high peaks. The hike from Tenaya Lake to Clouds rest is a...
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High Sierra Loop Trail
by modernhiker on Aug 25, 2009
Curry Village, California, United States
13.7 miles
A nearly 13 mile trail, on the Mist Trail, Panorama Trail, and Four Mile Trail in Yosemite National Park.  Full write up at Modern Hiker.
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Yosemite Falls Hike
by chris on May 23, 2008
Yosemite Village, California, United States
8.8 miles
What more could you ask for on a hike up Yosemite falls? Clouds? Wind? Rain? Hail? Snow?! Well, we got it all. It isn't the best idea to hike in shorts and a sleeveless shirt while it's snowing. Despite the poor conditions, the hike was great. There were 2 very steep climbs, but the wonderful views of upper Yosemite Falls and the valley were well worth it....
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Half Dome Through Indian Rock Arch (Curry Village, California, United States) Photo
Indian Rock Arch (Curry Village, California, United States) Photo
Indian Rock Arch (Curry Village, California, United States) Photo
North Dome Out and Back Hike
by shyamster on Oct 02, 2009
Curry Village, California, United States
8.7 miles
On Friday October 2nd, my friend and I drove from the Bay Area to Yosemite National Park for a day hike to North Dome.  We stayed on North Dome for the sunset on a full moon night.  The hike itself was easy and the side trip to Indian Rock arch was good.  Total trip time 7 hours and 53 minutes.  Hiking time was about 4 hours.
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Ten Lakes
by jwania on Jul 19, 2008
Yosemite, California, United States
6.0 miles
The Ten Lakes hike is absolutely beautiful and peaceful. The hike begins at 7500 feet. The walk in is a steady climb, until you reach 9000 feet or so, and then the trail climbs steeply to 9600 feet Ten Lakes Pass. The panoramic view from up there is breathtaking with a view of the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne and 4 of the 10 lakes. Then one descends...
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Tuolumne Meadows Waterwheel Falls
by cgrout on Jun 21, 2009
Lundy, California, United States
21 miles
Easy trip from Tuolomne Meadows, out the Glen Aulin trail down to see the waterfalls.  The winter was pretty snow-heavy, so the water levels were awesome.  Part of the trail heading out was flooded, but besides the mosquitoes, it just made it that much more of an adventure.Though I believe this is considered a fairly popular route, we saw about 10 or so day hikers on the way to the High Sierra...
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Vernal Falls (Curry Village, California, United States) Photo
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Nevada Falls (Curry Village, California, United States) Photo
Half Dome
by ejobshop on Sep 09, 2006
Curry Village, California, United States
16.5 miles
Hike up Mist trail, down Muir trail. Long day!

Reviews
esjewell
Unbelievable scenery.
Visited on May 29, 2014

by esjewell on Jun 09, 2014
steerwasher
Haven't been in a long time and it's just as beautiful now as it was then.
Visited on Apr 05, 2014

by steerwasher on Apr 17, 2014
mlhiker
Great place to visit.
Visited on Jul 26, 2013

by mlhiker on Jul 28, 2013
steerwasher
A place that brings life into perspective.
Visited on Jun 18, 2013

by steerwasher on Jun 21, 2013
noonhike
Good planning, good weather, perfect trip!
Visited on Jul 16, 2012

by noonhike on Jul 19, 2012
OhioHick
Here's the link to the trip report on our vacation that included Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Parks and San Francisco:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g28926-i29-k5651952-TR_6_20_7_2_12_Sequoia_Kings_Canyon_Yosemite_and_SF-California.html

Visited on Jun 27, 2012

by OhioHick on Mar 11, 2013
bobbo16
Be smart, always keep your scented items in a bear canister or locker and away from your tents and bags. Bring lots of sunscreen and insect repellent and last but not least, have fun and enjoy the beauty of Yosemite!
Visited on Jun 10, 2012

by bobbo16 on Jun 15, 2012
gr8outdoors
By Far one of our Favorites!
Visited on Apr 10, 2012

by gr8outdoors on Aug 13, 2013
bebeting
The weather was quite fun - rain and snow, but not requiring chains everywhere. Did trail to Mirror Lake and stayed at the Yosemite View Lodge by the Merced River. Can't wait to go back :)
Visited on Mar 31, 2012

by bebeting on Apr 05, 2012
sjduskin
Hiking the Old Trail to the top of the Upper Falls was the hardest hike I have done.
Visited on Sep 21, 2011

by sjduskin on Nov 26, 2011
jasonchiu
Sep. is still warm to visit the park. We camped at Ten Lakes with temps in 30s during the nights and 60s during the days.
Visited on Sep 15, 2011

by jasonchiu on Sep 26, 2011
randyrml
Great hiking and breathtaking scenery.
Visited on Sep 08, 2011

by randyrml on Dec 06, 2011
wokwok1
hiking up on Half dome is great each time you do it...
Visited on Jul 17, 2011

by wokwok1 on Oct 31, 2011
jasonchiu
Must visit if you love outdoors.
Visited on Jul 16, 2011

by jasonchiu on Jul 31, 2011
Touchstone
One of my favorites. Beautiful scenery and great hiking possibilities.
Visited on Jul 06, 2011

by Touchstone on Dec 27, 2011
georgecdo
This is the year to see the falls in Yosemite! Even if you just head up for a day or two, 2011 will be remembered as a fantastic year to enjoy the beauty of this place. I only had a day so I chose this hike to Nevada Falls. Best 6 hours I ever invested.
Visited on Jun 26, 2011

by georgecdo on Jul 10, 2011
michael.k.scott
Beautiful park. Amazing things to do, and the back-country trails are well-organized so that you aren't running into crowds of people. I'd love to see more of the meadows, but it is definitely a summer-only activity if you don't want to deal with snow!
Visited on May 18, 2011

by michael.k.scott on Jan 18, 2012
SReichling
Just relax at the boarder of Merced River. Watch some deer and have a picnic
Visited on May 18, 2011

by SReichling on Aug 29, 2011
rer1972
Winter activities include hiking, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, downhill skiing, camping, sightseeing, bird watching, photography, and much more. During late Winter and Spring the waterfalls are a beautiful sight; as are the snow topped peaks and mountain sides. Crowds are much lower as well. It's nice to enjoy the Giant Sequoias in a blanket of snow while nobody (or almost nobody) is around.
Visited on Apr 12, 2011

by rer1972 on Apr 20, 2011
shadster
I did the mariposa grove trail, plenty of snow but clear day, very beautiful, easy going, good for families/kids
Visited on Dec 12, 2010

by shadster on Mar 02, 2011
Chconrad
Amazing park, but it can be a little crowd.
Visited on Sep 13, 2010

by Chconrad on Mar 20, 2011
steverod
There is no bad place to be in Yosemite, except for "leaving." Yosemite is a gorgeous and magical place that is wonderful any time of year. Yosemite Valley is gorgeous in winter and spring, and the Tuolumne Meadows high country is a perfect place to spend a late summer day.
Visited on Sep 03, 2010

by steverod on Apr 08, 2011
wokwok1
going to yosemite is always to beautiful. love it there.
Visited on Aug 24, 2010

by wokwok1 on May 13, 2011
pcmasten
Yosemite is a world class natural wonder. I have found few spots in the world (where I have traveled) that can match the majesty and beauty of Yosemite Valley and Yosemite Park. Many people confine their visit to Yosemite Valley, but the rest of the park are of equal wonder.
The view from glacier point is truly spectacular. This point can be reached by hiking from the valley floor, or driving. On the opposite side of the valley, is the view from north dome. While this is a longer hike or drive, the view here is also spectacular.
Lastely, don't forget to the visit the high country at Tuolumne Meadows, Lake Tenaya, and the Tioga Pass. The views are spectacular and very diffeent from what you will see in the valley. Even the air smells different.

Visited on Aug 23, 2010

by pcmasten on Feb 27, 2011
chris
Where do I even begin? I love Yosemite. I challenge anyone to not be amazed by its beauty and size. I have probably been to Yosemite around 10-15 times in my life and I plan to keep coming back as often as I can.

Although Yosemite Valley is just spectacular, I like to escape the big crowds by hiking further away from the roads or spending time in Wawona or Tuolumne Meadows. If you have a few days here, I would definitely recommend seeing the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias (in Wawaona), and spending at least a full day up in Tuolumne Meadows with the wildflowers and rivers that run through it.

If you are going into the valley (as you most likely will) the Mist Trail should not be missed (pun intended). I think my favorite hike in the park is the Panoramic Trail from glacier point down past Nevada and Vernal Falls and ending in the valley. It's a long hike but gives an overview of all of the highlights in the valley and gets away from the larger crowds for most of the hike.

Visited on Aug 01, 2010

by chris on Jan 11, 2011
mercdog
It was a great trip! We climbed the West face of Half Dome, Snakes Dike route. And descended Tenaya Canyon! Both trip worth doing!
Visited on Jul 31, 2010

by mercdog on Dec 16, 2010
burlesonguy
One of the prettiest locations I have ever seen!
Visited on Jul 18, 2010

by burlesonguy on Feb 01, 2011
burly
absolutely amazing,half dome hike was the best thing i ever did in my life.would advise everyone to go there!
Visited on Jul 10, 2010

by burly on Feb 07, 2011
davesndt
Have good tread on your shoes.
Visited on Jun 30, 2010

by davesndt on Aug 29, 2011
croyle
Yosemite = greatest place ever.
Visited on Jun 12, 2010

by croyle on Jan 23, 2011
tomaszdunn
A fund route with some amazing view of the Vernal Falls but not as horrendously difficult as the Half Dome Route
Visited on Oct 09, 2008

by tomaszdunn on Mar 03, 2011
joost
I've been to Yosemite about 5 times now, and hope to go back many, many times. To me the main attractions are its hikes (i did Half Dome in 2008... and have many hikes in Yosemite still on my to do list), great views and waterfalls. The valley can get a bit crowded, but after a mile or 2 on most trails you will leave the masses behind.
Visited on May 28, 2008

by joost on Jan 12, 2011

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