TWO SUMMITS CLIMB

Mts. Kazbek + Elbrus

Mts. Kazbek + Elbrus

TWO SUMMITS CLIMB

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This is the most exciting and eventful expedition to the highest Caucasus peaks. The adventure starts in Georgia and finishes in Balkaria (Russia).

Get a taste of high-mountain adventure on your summer vacation!
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Discounts for
Mts. Kazbek + Elbrus
discounts cannot be combined with other offers
Group discount for 4 persons or more
When booking, specify that there are more than 3 people in your group and get a special price!
Your friends will like it:-) We also have special conditions for the leader of a group of 10 people or more
Birthday discount
We give €100 to those who were born from May 1 to September 15 and decide to celebrate their birthday with a Mount Elbrus or Kazbek climb! This humble gift will give you a reason to raise a "za zdorov'ye" toast to our team!
Revenge
It happens: You didn't reach the summit. Overestimated your strength, bad weather... anything can happen.
20% discount on a revenge climb. The application must specify the date of your previous climb.
Group discount for 4 persons or more
When booking, specify that there are more than 3 people in your group and get a special price!
Your friends will like it:-) We also have special conditions for the leader of a group of 10 people or more
Birthday discount
We give €100 to those who were born from May 1 to September 15 and decide to celebrate their birthday with a Mount Elbrus or Kazbek climb! This humble gift will give you a reason to raise a "za zdorov'ye" toast to our team!
Revenge
It happens: You didn't reach the summit. Overestimated your strength, bad weather... anything can happen.
20% discount on a revenge climb. The application must specify the date of your previous climb.

Pricing Info
Mts. Kazbek + Elbrus

"COMFORT"
(all inclusive)

1200€

Price includes

  • climbing equipment (helmet, harness, carabiners, ice axes,ice screw, safety leash)
  • 2 experienced mountain guides
  • accommodation at a family guest house in Stepantsminda
  • accommodation at a hotel in Terskol
  • accommodation at a guest house in Pyatigorsk
  • accommodation in a tent at Kazbek base camps
  • accommodation in heated Garabashi huts
  • transfer from Stepantsminda to Terskol
  • breakfast and dinner at the Garabashi mountain huts
  • climbing permit from the Prielbrusye National Park
  • Mt. Kazbek climbing permit
  • photo and video footage
  • 2 summit certificates
Price does not include

  • flights to Tbilisi
  • flights back from Mineralnye Vody
  • taxi to Stepantsminda ($15)
  • compulsory climbing insurance for two peaks (€40-50)
  • ski-lift + chairlift to Garabashi, Elbrus (€20, compulsory)
  • dinners in Stepantsminda and Tbilisi (€80)
  • rental mountaineering boots and crampons (€500, as necessary)
  • rental clothing and sleeping bag (€500 - 250, as necessary)
  • personal snacks (chocolate, nuts, energy gels), packhorse (hired for the whole group, as necessary, $50-60 per person)
  • snacks (chocolate, nuts, energy gels)
How is safety ensured during the climb?
During the summit attempt the group is accompanied by 2 or more mountain guides, 1 guide per 4 participants. In special cases, when there are 4 people in the group, only 1 guide accompanies the group.
Each guide has a double-mode walkie-talkie set (public frequency range + Rescue Service range). The lead guide also has a satellite phone and a cell phone.
We are always in contact with the owners of snowcats and snowmobiles - their services are paid separately, but often it is the only way to conduct an emergency evacuation. For example, when there is a hurricane and a helicopter cannot fly.
Each group is registered with the rescue service in Terskol
Our mountain guides have extensive experience climbing Elbrus from the North under different weather conditions.

The most important thing:
the safety of the climb is ensured by good physical fitness of the participants, a friendly atmosphere within the group and unconditional compliance with the orders of the lead guide.
How is safety ensured during the climb?
During the summit attempt the group is accompanied by 2 or more mountain guides, 1 guide per 4 participants. In special cases, when there are 4 people in the group, only 1 guide accompanies the group.
Each guide has a double-mode walkie-talkie set (public frequency range + Rescue Service range). The lead guide also has a satellite phone and a cell phone.
We are always in contact with the owners of snowcats and snowmobiles - their services are paid separately, but often it is the only way to conduct an emergency evacuation. For example, when there is a hurricane and a helicopter cannot fly.
Each group is registered with the rescue service in Terskol
Our mountain guides have extensive experience climbing Elbrus from the North under different weather conditions.

The most important thing:
the safety of the climb is ensured by good physical fitness of the participants, a friendly atmosphere within the group and unconditional compliance with the orders of the lead guide.
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How to get to Georgia?
The easiest way: by plane to Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport. Citizens of most countries do not need a visa
How to get to Georgia?
The easiest way: by plane to Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport. Citizens of most countries do not need a visa
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Frequently asked questions
about this expedition

Georgian visa
For citizens of Russia and the CIS the visa is issued for 30 days right at the airport for free + a small bottle of Georgian wine. To soften the delight of this incredible hospitality:-)
And this is not a joke!
Do you work legally?
Yes. We operate under a contract on behalf of "sole proprietor Dmitry Klimenko" - this is one of the lead guides. All money transfers - only to the current account.

We do not accept cash.
How do I pay?
You transfer a prepayment of €150 via a bank in advance. You can pay the rest in cash upon arrival in Stepantsminda.
Insured event - what are the guide's actions?
If an insured event occurs (injury, falling own, acute mountain sickness attack), the lead guide stops the group, evaluates the situation and makes a decision on emergency evacuation or planned descent accompanied by an assistant guide.
After making the decision the lead guide
- calls the insurance company and reports the surname, name, date of birth and country of residence of the injured participant
- calls the Rescue Service and follows their instructions
- If necessary, immobilizes the injured participant on the slope or starts an immediate descent accompanied by a second assistant guide

As a rule, the remaining group continues the climb
Will there be a shower and what about the toilet?
Hot shower will be available in Stepantsminda in the guesthouse. Outhouse style toilet.
What are the age restrictions for climbing Kazbek?
We do not take children under 14 years old into the mountains.
Participation at the age of 60 or above is considered on an individual basis - the coordinator, makes the decision based on the answers to a number of questions.
What and how are we going to eat?
At the foot of Mount Kazbek, in Stepantsminda - in a café. At base camps - travelling kitchen (gas, pots and gas burners are included). Full board at the high camp at 3900m is included in the price.
Cooking is the responsibility of the participants on duty - by turn under the supervision of the lead guide. You should inform the coordinator about your food preferences when booking a tour (lactose intolerance, vegetarianism, etc.)
How much will the backpack weigh and what will I carry?
Usually the participants of the Mount Kazbek climb hire a packhorse (carrying capacity up to 50 kg) to carry sleeping bags, clothing and mountaineering boots. The weight of personal backpacks in this case is 8-11 kg

General cargo (tents, food, burners, pots, gas) is carried separately by a hired packhorse (included in the price)
What is the best season for climbing?
For Kazbek - August. After that it is rainy and cold. In the spring and in June climbing is not recommended due to the risk of avalanche
I have never been in the mountains. Will I be able to climb?
Yes, you will. But it will be very hard.
Personal motivation, a healthy lifestyle and physical stamina are the basis of a successful climb.

This can be a great starting point for the journey into the world of high-altitude mountain climbing!
Georgian visa
For citizens of Russia and the CIS the visa is issued for 30 days right at the airport for free + a small bottle of Georgian wine. To soften the delight of this incredible hospitality:-)
And this is not a joke!
Do you work legally?
Yes. We operate under a contract on behalf of "sole proprietor Dmitry Klimenko" - this is one of the lead guides. All money transfers - only to the current account.

We do not accept cash.
How do I pay?
You transfer a prepayment of €150 via a bank in advance. You can pay the rest in cash upon arrival in Stepantsminda.
Insured event - what are the guide's actions?
If an insured event occurs (injury, falling own, acute mountain sickness attack), the lead guide stops the group, evaluates the situation and makes a decision on emergency evacuation or planned descent accompanied by an assistant guide.
After making the decision the lead guide
- calls the insurance company and reports the surname, name, date of birth and country of residence of the injured participant
- calls the Rescue Service and follows their instructions
- If necessary, immobilizes the injured participant on the slope or starts an immediate descent accompanied by a second assistant guide

As a rule, the remaining group continues the climb
Will there be a shower and what about the toilet?
Hot shower will be available in Stepantsminda in the guesthouse. Outhouse style toilet.
What are the age restrictions for climbing Kazbek?
We do not take children under 14 years old into the mountains.
Participation at the age of 60 or above is considered on an individual basis - the coordinator, makes the decision based on the answers to a number of questions.
What and how are we going to eat?
At the foot of Mount Kazbek, in Stepantsminda - in a café. At base camps - travelling kitchen (gas, pots and gas burners are included). Full board at the high camp at 3900m is included in the price.
Cooking is the responsibility of the participants on duty - by turn under the supervision of the lead guide. You should inform the coordinator about your food preferences when booking a tour (lactose intolerance, vegetarianism, etc.)
How much will the backpack weigh and what will I carry?
Usually the participants of the Mount Kazbek climb hire a packhorse (carrying capacity up to 50 kg) to carry sleeping bags, clothing and mountaineering boots. The weight of personal backpacks in this case is 8-11 kg

General cargo (tents, food, burners, pots, gas) is carried separately by a hired packhorse (included in the price)
What is the best season for climbing?
For Kazbek - August. After that it is rainy and cold. In the spring and in June climbing is not recommended due to the risk of avalanche
I have never been in the mountains. Will I be able to climb?
Yes, you will. But it will be very hard.
Personal motivation, a healthy lifestyle and physical stamina are the basis of a successful climb.

This can be a great starting point for the journey into the world of high-altitude mountain climbing!
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4 Reasons
to Choose Mts. Kazbek + Elbrus Climb

Both peaks are suitable for beginners.
However, It's not an easy walk: you need to be in good shape, have high-quality equipment and an uncompromising commitment to success!
Both peaks are suitable for beginners.
However, It's not an easy walk: you need to be in good shape, have high-quality equipment and an uncompromising commitment to success!

1
Safe
Mount Kazbek Climb is very popular among Europeans. At least 3-4 groups tend to start reaching the summit at the same time. There are snowcats and snowmobiles on the southern slope of Elbrus - evacuation is available in almost any weather conditions. The guides have GPS trackers, walkie-talkies with Rescue Services range and a satellite phone.
2
Prestigious
Two well-known 5000m Caucasus peaks in one summer vacation - you can be proud of this achievement! In addition, the experience opens you to the wonderful world of high-altitude mountain climbing!
3
Easily accessible
There are flights to Tbilisi from all major cities in Russia. And there low-cost return flights from Mineralnye Vody.
4
Comfortable
Hospitable guesthouses + wine and amazing Georgian cuisine at the foot of Mount Kazbek. Mount Elbrus South route: ski lifts, heated mountain huts and a cozy cottage + Balkar cuisine. What else do you need for a holiday to remember?
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Guaranteed dates
for spring, summer and autumn 2019

August 10 - August 24
August 18 - September 1
August 10 - August 24
August 18 - September 1
The big adventure starts in Georgia and finishes in Balkaria. Two mountains on one summer vacation!
The Mts. Kazbek and Elbrus Climb
Booking

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The route
Kazbek + Elbrus

First we climb Kazbek...
Day 1
Group meeting in Stepantsminda, Georgia
Day 2
Hike to Zelenaya hotel, stop at the river
Day 3
Hike to the weather station. Set up camp
Day 4
Acclimatization hike to the glacier, 4300m
Day 5
A day of rest before the summit attempt
Day 6
First attempt to climb Kazbek
Day 7
Descent to Stepantsminda/ second attempt
Day 8
Travel to Terskol through the Verkhniy Lars border checkpoint / Descent to Stepantsminda
....and then we travel to Elbrus (Russia)

Day 9
Rest in Terskol / Moving to Terskol.
Day 10
Ascent to the 'National park' mountain huts (3,900m) Circular hike.
Day 11
Rest day. A good night's rest is necessary before summit day.
Day 12
First attempt to climb the Elbrus west summit (5,642m)
Day 13
Reserve day. Second attempt / moving to Pyatigorsk.
Day 14
Pyatigorsk, the final day. We'll have dinner in a restaurant in the evening
Day 15
Flights home
Are there guarantees for a successful climb?
Let's be honest: There is no 100% success guarantee. But certainly there is a high or low probability of a successful climb. The probability depends on:
- the expected weather (the most informative forecast is on mountain-forecast.com )
and
- the physical condition of the participants (if they feel okay after the acclimatization at 5000 meters at "Kosaya polka", the chance of reaching the top rise sharply!)

All the rest is secondary:-)
Are there guarantees for a successful climb?
Let's be honest: There is no 100% success guarantee. But certainly there is a high or low probability of a successful climb. The probability depends on:
- the expected weather (the most informative forecast is on mountain-forecast.com )
and
- the physical condition of the participants (if they feel okay after the acclimatization at 5000 meters at "Kosaya polka", the chance of reaching the top rise sharply!)

All the rest is secondary:-)
4 steps to participate in
Mts. Kazbek + Elbrus Climb

The Schedule lists the days with the best weather for a successful climb
Call or email us with any questions and to check availability.
A plane ticket to Mineralnye Vody or a train ticket to Pyatigorsk. The sooner you do this, the cheaper the cost
Take advantage of the early booking discount or group discount for 4 people minimum!
Georgian visa
For citizens of most countries a free visa is obtained upon arrival. You need a valid passport.
Amazing fact: all foreigners get a small bottle of red wine along with the visa!
Georgian visa
For citizens of most countries a free visa is obtained upon arrival. You need a valid passport.
Amazing fact: all foreigners get a small bottle of red wine along with the visa!
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Acclimatization
The issue of acclimatization is very important when climbing two peaks in a short period of time. Follow the links below to have a close look at the acclimatization graphs.

How to get to Stepantsminda?

Click the button below to find the step-by-step guide and the Tbilisi metro map.
How to get to Stepantsminda?
The easiest way: by plane to Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport. Citizens of most countries do not need a visa
How to get to Stepantsminda?
The easiest way: by plane to Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport. Citizens of most countries do not need a visa

Gear List

It's better to have your own clothing and boots! But you can always rent any missing gear.
You'll need
  • passport with a valid Russian visa
  • money for personal expenses in Georgia and Russia (€300-400
  • wide brimmed hat
  • lightweight trekking trousers (basic)
  • midlayer top and bottom (Polartec or fleece)
  • thermal underwear, 2 sets
  • quality hiking socks, 5 pairs
  • casual socks, 4 pairs
  • fleece hat without a pompom (worn under a helmet) and fleece or Lycra liner gloves (should fit inside the mitten system)
  • synthetic balaclava or neoprene ski mask (good wind protection)
  • 4 t-shirts
  • 6 pairs of underwear
  • high-ankled hiking boots
  • lightweight CROCS-style footwear for rest and day-to-day wear
  • UV 400 protection sunglasses with a strap and a hard case
  • 1 litre vacuum flask
  • 50 SPF sun cream in a compact tube
  • moisturizing hand cream in a compact tube and toilet articles (compactly packed)
  • Shoe deodorant spray
  • headlamp with an additional set of batteries
  • hiking backpack (35 - 40 litres)
  • climbing backpack (85-100 litres)
  • lightweight self-inflating mat
  • synthetic sleeping bag with comfort rating -5...-9°C
Rentals available
  • sleeping bag with -5°...-9°C comfort rating
  • down jacket with a hood, must fit comfortably over other layers of clothing
  • breathable Gore-tex shell-type parka with a hood and adjustable Velcro cuffs
  • breathable softshell windproof trousers with side zippers, big enough to fit over other layers
  • plastic mountaineering boots and crampons
  • ski goggles (for use at night and wind protection)
  • trekking poles
You'll need

  • passport with a valid Russian visa
  • money for personal expenses in Georgia and Russia (€300-400
  • wide brimmed hat
  • lightweight trekking trousers (basic)
  • midlayer top and bottom (Polartec or fleece)
  • thermal underwear, 2 sets
  • quality hiking socks, 5 pairs
  • casual socks, 4 pairs
  • fleece hat without a pompom (worn under a helmet) and fleece or Lycra liner gloves (should fit inside the mitten system)
  • synthetic balaclava or neoprene ski mask (good wind protection)
  • 4 t-shirts
  • 6 pairs of underwear
  • high-ankled hiking boots
  • lightweight CROCS-style footwear for rest and day-to-day wear
  • UV 400 protection sunglasses with a strap and a hard case
  • 1 litre vacuum flask
  • 50 SPF sun cream in a compact tube
  • moisturizing hand cream in a compact tube and toilet articles (compactly packed)
  • Shoe deodorant spray
  • headlamp with an additional set of batteries
  • hiking backpack (35 - 40 litres)
  • climbing backpack (85-100 litres)
  • lightweight self-inflating mat
  • synthetic sleeping bag with comfort rating -5...-9°C
Rentals available

  • sleeping bag with -5°...-9°C comfort rating
  • down jacket with a hood, must fit comfortably over other layers of clothing
  • breathable Gore-tex shell-type parka with a hood and adjustable Velcro cuffs
  • breathable softshell windproof trousers with side zippers, big enough to fit over other layers
  • plastic mountaineering boots and crampons
  • ski goggles (for use at night and wind protection)
  • trekking poles
Clothing and Footwear
Clothing and Footwear
To open the list
1
Thermal underwear
It's the first line of defense against the cold and wicks away moisture. It's better to take lightweight underwear to move freely. Comfortable to sleep in. Two sets are necessary. Fits perfectly with athletic style underwear.
2
Casual clothing
Lightweight microfibre trousers, fleece or Climashield coat. Your clothes should be comfortable and allow you to move freely.
3
Wind protection
Worn over your casual clothes at high altitudes, during rain and strong winds. Made of expensive breathable GoreTex-type fabrics. Jacket is required, trousers are optional (for those sensitive to cold). Should fit well over your casual clothes.
4
Outer insulated layer
Down jacket, down pants or down shorts. Effectively protects you against cold and wind, lightweight and compact when packed. Sensitive to water. Down trousers are a full substitute to wind protection trousers. Outer layer should fit well over your wind protection layer.
5
Footwear
There are two types of footwear for Mt. Elbrus: everyday boots and mountaineering boots. If it's your first climb, the mountaineering boots can be rented. It definitely pays to buy them if you are going to climb after Elbrus. You need to have your own everyday boots. These are hiking boots with a hard sole. Should be high-ankled and 1.5 — 2 sizes bigger + CROCS-style footwear with a closed toe. Lightweight and waterproof, they are used during rest and in the shower.
6
Warm accessories
Hat (buff), hiking socks, light gloves, down mittens, gaiters. A buff is a universal and convenient accessory, it's better to have two (for head and neck). Hiking socks effectively wick sweat from the feet and provide cushion, but can be expensive. Lightweight synthetic gloves for everyday usage protect hands from wind exposure. Down mittens are essential during the summit push and at high altitudes. Gaiters are worn over hiking boots and they protect the lower part of your trousers from dirt, dust, water and wind.
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1
Thermal underwear
It's the first line of defense against the cold and wicks away moisture. It's better to take lightweight underwear to move freely. Comfortable to sleep in. Two sets are necessary. Fits perfectly with athletic style underwear.
2
Casual clothing
Lightweight microfibre trousers, fleece or Climashield coat. Your clothes should be comfortable and allow you to move freely.
3
Wind protection
Worn over your casual clothes at high altitudes, during rain and strong winds. Made of expensive breathable GoreTex-type fabrics. Jacket is required, trousers are optional (for those sensitive to cold). Should fit well over your casual clothes.
4
Outer insulated layer
Down jacket, down pants or down shorts. Effectively protects you against cold and wind, lightweight and compact when packed. Sensitive to water. Down trousers are a full substitute to wind protection trousers. Outer layer should fit well over your wind protection layer.
5
Footwear
There are two types of footwear for Mt. Elbrus: everyday boots and mountaineering boots. If it's your first climb, the mountaineering boots can be rented. It definitely pays to buy them if you are going to climb after Elbrus. You need to have your own everyday boots. These are hiking boots with a hard sole. Should be high-ankled and 1.5 — 2 sizes bigger + CROCS-style footwear with a closed toe. Lightweight and waterproof, they are used during rest and in the shower.
6
Warm accessories
Hat (buff), hiking socks, light gloves, down mittens, gaiters. A buff is a universal and convenient accessory, it's better to have two (for head and neck). Hiking socks effectively wick sweat from the feet and provide cushion, but can be expensive. Lightweight synthetic gloves for everyday usage protect hands from wind exposure. Down mittens are essential during the summit push and at high altitudes. Gaiters are worn over hiking boots and they protect the lower part of your trousers from dirt, dust, water and wind.
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Our Guides
Dmitri Klimenko
Guide
  • Age: 31 y.o.
  • Climbing experience: Elbrus, Kazbek, 3 Tibetan expeditions to Kailash, 5 Himalayan climbs to Island Peak, Mera Peak and Lobuche Peak, the mountainous part of Norway and trekking at Mount Everest, Annapurna and Langtanga (the Himalayas)
  • Preferences: slow ascent with gradual group acclimatization
Ilya Chuikov
Lead guide, South of Mount Elbrus, Mount Kazbek
Organizes a journey to the smallest detail, prepares every participant and maintains a spirit of adventure! More than 12 years of mountain climbing experience. Instructor training, safety in the mountains training, avalanche safety, psychology of mountaineering and First Aid in the mountains.
Age: 24 y.o.
Mountains: Caucasus from end to end.
Georgiy Fokin
Guide, Elbrus South
To the high mountains and to the untouched champagne powder snow - to Zhora! More than 40 successful Elbrus climbs, 11 years of professional mountain skiing. Prize-winner of the Russian alpine ski Championship. Ski instructor, lifeguard and your reliable companion on the climbs!
Age: 24 y.o.
Mountains: Elbrus
Denis Alimov
Guide
  • Age: 46 y.o.
  • Climbing experience: Mount Elbrus, the Himalayas since 2006, mountain trekking and climbing in Nepal, circling around Kailash in Tibet 5 times, has been to the foot of Mount Everest more than 10 times and led the groups to the Himalayan 6000-high giants, including Island Peak, Mera Peak and Lobuche Peak 7 times
  • Preferences: creating a friendly environment for an unforgettable journey
Personal First-aid Kit
First-aid kit should be compact and light.
It should always be in your backpack and easy to access.

The list of the required drugs for your personal first-aid kit:
- Diacarb (diuretic), 4-6 pills
- Theraflu powder (antipyretic), 4-6 pcs
- Nurofen (anaesthetic), 4-6 pills
- Rehydron (rehydration), 2-3 pcs
- Mildronate (to take at high altitudes), 1 pack
- sal ammoniaс ( fainting and weakness)
- elastic bandage, 2x3m (for knees)
- Imodium (diarrhea), 3-4 pills
- Eleutherococcus tincture (stimulant)
- cough drops,10-15 pcs
- personal medications, small amount
Personal First-aid Kit for
First-aid kit should be compact and light.
It should always be in your backpack and easy to access.

The list of the required drugs for your personal first-aid kit:
- Diacarb (diuretic), 4-6 pills
- Theraflu powder (antipyretic), 4-6 pcs
- Nurofen (anaesthetic), 4-6 pills
- Rehydron (rehydration), 2-3 pcs
- Mildronate (to take at high altitudes), 1 pack
- sal ammoniaс ( fainting and weakness)
- elastic bandage, 2x3m (for knees)
- Imodium (diarrhea), 3-4 pills
- Eleutherococcus tincture (stimulant)
- cough drops,10-15 pcs
- personal medications, small amount
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Private entrepreneur Denis Alimov
TIN 780500502922

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