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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking

Kanchenjunga base camp trek cost

Kanchenjunga base camp trek highlights

  • Discover mount Kanchenjunga (8,585m) 3rd tallest mountains on Earth
  • Explore KBC, Magnificent views of Mt. Everset, Makalu and Kanchenjungha, Crossing the pass over Mirgila.
  • Scenic flights of Taplejung. Diverse flora and fauna and rich local cultural heritages
  • The native Nepali communities such as Sherpa, Limbu, Rai and Gurung ethnic groups.

Kanchenjunga known as the 3rd tallest mountains of earth located in between India and Nepal. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking trail cuts straight to the heart of the Kanchenjunga massif, climbing over vertiginous ridge and plunging into seemingly bottomless valleys. During almost two weeks time frame, you will cover more than 1500m changing the altitude, which is something like gaining a maximum elevation of 4800m on a par with summit of Mont Blanc. The effort of the trails are enormous are you are passing through the remote Limbu village that can be seen few outsiders who are climbing Kanchenjunga. However, you must carry tents and food at least 3 or 4 days as there are even not basic lodges along the routes, and there are no escape routes if you get an altitude sickness or tired. That’s the reason, we at Gokyo Treks & Expedition will arrange you for full board basis camping trekking. Trekking into the base camp over Nepal side is much popular rather than others. The trek to the base camp conducts after a scenic flight to Suketar, reached via a one hour flight from Biratnagar. Because flights only leave twice a week, you must be on time to return to Suketar to coincide with the flight back to Biratnagar. If you miss the flight, it is possible to travel south from Taplejung by road, but this is a not an easy journey back to Biratnagar airport. As soon as you are in Biratnagar, then you will have a regular flight to Kathmandu.

If Kanchenjunga base camp trek itinerary is not suitable for you, we design another tailor made itinerary as per your desire and duration of holidays in Nepal. Kanchenjunga base camp trekking / tours can be arranged any time in season as per your requirement. Please let us know whether you would like to make it shorter or longer.

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 01: Meet at Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel
  • Day 02: Full day Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley
  • Day 03: Fly to Biratnagar Bazzar.
  • Day 04: Fly to Suketar and trek to Lali Kharka (2220m), 6 hrs
  • Day 05: Trek from Lali Kharka to Keswa (2100m) 7hrs
  • Day 06: Trek from Keswa to Mamanke (2000m) 7hrs
  • Day 07: Trek from Mamanke to Yamphudin (1650m) 6hrs
  • Day 08: Trek from Yamphudin to Tortong (3080m.) 8hrs
  • Day 09: Trek from Tortong to Tseram (3750m) 6hrs
  • Day 10: Trek from Tseram to Ramche (4360m) 7hrs
  • Day 11: Rest day for exploration around
  • Day 12: Trekking beyond the Mirgin La (4583m.) 8hrs
  • Day 13: Trek from Mirgin La to Gunsa (3475m) 6hrs
  • Day 14: Trek from Gunsa to Gyabla (2730m) 6hrs
  • Day 15: Trek from Gyabla to Sakathum (1600m) 7hrs
  • Day 16: Trek from Sakathum to Chirwa (1180m) 5:30hrs
  • Day 17: Trek from Chirwa to Jogi Danda 8hrs
  • Day 18: Trek from Jogi Danda to Taplejung
  • Day 19: Fly to Biratnagar and Kathmandu
  • Day 20: Leisure day in Kathmandu
  • Day 21: Final departure

Cost Include

  • Kathmandu international airport transfer by private vehicles.
  • 3 nights twin sharing on tourist standard accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • 2 night Tourist standard accommodation in Kathmandu within Bed with Breakfast Plan
  • Domestic flight: Kathmandu - Biratnagar - Suketar - Biratnagar - Kathmandu round trip airfare.
  • Fluent English speaking license holder mountain trekking guide
  • All land transportation as per written on above itinerary.
  • Meals on full board: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner each day during the trekking days
  • Annapurna Conservation Area permits and TIMS permits for trekking tours
  • Food and accommodation and salary of Nepali trekking staffs.
  • Insurance of guide and porters.
  • Kathmandu city sightseeing guided tour by private vehicle
  • Nepal Government Tax, VAT and as well as Company service charge.
  • A special gift from our company.

Cost Exclude

  • Nepal entry visa fee cost US$ 40.
  • Lunch and Dinner during your staying in Kathmandu and Biratnagar city.
  • Any kinds of battery charges, laundry service, phone calls and hot shower during the trekking.
  • Personal trekking equipments and Clothing.
  • Personal nature expenses, any drinks and bar bills.
  • Your travel insurance (it is mandatory in case of emergency).
  • Any donation and monuments entrance fees.
  • Tips for the crew (Note : TIPS is not compulsory but expected)
  • Any other things which are not mentioned above

Kanchenjunga base camp trek detail itinerary

Day 01 : Meet at Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel (1350 m)

Upon arrival in Kathmandu, Tribhuwan International Airport, we will receive you with private vehicle and transfer to hotel in Kathmandu within B/B plan. Our representative will give you information about further programs.

Day 02 : Full day Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley

All aspects of gear and conditions are discussed to make sure you're fully prepared for the trip, and any last minute questions answered. After lunch we explore this medieval capital. We visit Boudhanath, also known as little Tibet. Then we visit Pasupatinath, holy temple of Hindu where cremation takes place by the holy river Bagmati. Later we visit Patan Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Syambhunath Stupa. And transfer to hotel..

Day 03: Fly to Biratnagar (1780m)

You begin your flight/drive for the eastern Terai via Biratnagar. It is Nepal's second largest city and an energetic, bustling place. Explore around and stay overnight in lodge.

Day 04: Fly to Suketar and trek to Lali Kharka (2220m), 6 hrs

40 minutes to fly to Suketar and than start to trek. The trails you follow is steeply ascent until you reach Suketar passing through farming terraces, local markets and jungles of rhododendron and other natural vegetation. Now you climb up gradually to the Lali Kharka. It is small village surrounded by green hills.

Day 05: Trek from Lali Kharka to Keswa (2100m) 7hrs

This morning, from your camp, you can see the entire day's walk in front of you. After traversing the hillside for a short distance, you descend to the village of Pokara on the Phawa Khola and cross a suspension bridge before beginning the steep climb towards Kunjari. Your lunch stop will be somewhere below Kangaroo. The afternoon's walk then takes you up over the crest of the ridge to your campsite at Keswa. From here, you get your first views of Mt Kanchenjunga and you can clearly make out the south and main summits, along with Mt Yalung Kang.

Day 06: Trek from Keswa to Mamanke (2000m) 7hrs

From Khesewa we trek through pleasant terraced fields and traverse a steep mountainside high above the Kabeli Khola. We cross several minor tributaries flowing into the river as the path wends its way around the hillside. We pass through the delightfully named village of Funfun and continue along a shady path to Anpan. These are beautiful villages with exquisitely maintained houses, whitewashed walls and thatch roofs with colorful gardens of marigolds. During today’s trekking you get our first distant views of Jannu (7710m), one of the most impressive peaks in the region. Eventually we reach the prosperous village of Mamankhe where we camp in one of the fields. The fermented millet drink of Tungba, which you may have sampled in Suketar, is produced in abundance in Mamankhe so those who developed a taste for this brew earlier on the trekking may be able to re-acquaint themselves with it here.

Day 07: Trek from Mamanke to Yamphudin (1650m) 6hrs

Beginning with an easy climb, the walk to Yamphudin is along a trail, which contours the hillside above the Kabeli Khola. You cross the ridges and streambeds that make up the valley sides and the trail eventually becomes level with the river a couple of hours before Yamphudin. Along the way, you can stop to bathe in one of the many clear pools in this beautiful river. It is a truly idyllic spot and after lunch by the river bank, you complete the day's trekking to Yamphudin. Yamphudin is the most remote settlement in this area and the last habitation you will see until you reach Gunsa. It is a charming place tucked away beneath the ridge of the Deurali Danda.

Day 08: Trek from Yamphudin to Tortong (3080m.) 8hrs

Beyond Yamphudin, the trail ascends a steep spur before dropping again to cross the Omje Khola. Walking through beautiful and dense forest, you stop for lunch in a meadow atop this spur, which commands fine views of the valley beyond Yamphudin to the south and of the Omje Khola Valley and Deurali Danda to the north. A steep descent to the river brings you to the Lamite forest. Now you ascend steeply for 3 hours through dense forest to the crest of the Deorali Danda. From the top, Mt Jannu is clearly visible and definitely closer! After crossing the pass, you descend across some fairly steep and exposed screw slopes before re-entering the forest, where you will stop for lunch. After lunch, a steep descent takes you down into the valley of the Simbua Khola and after crossing the 'interesting' wooden bridge, you arrive at Tortong. This campsite lies amongst the towering fir trees of what is now a mainly coniferous alpine forest.

Day 09: Trek from Tortong to Tseram (3750m) 6hrs

This morning, you follow the right bank of the river, passing through pine and rhododendron forests. The valley climbs steeply and, as the day progresses, the trees become sparser and more stunted, giving you glimpses of the snow-capped giants ahead and of the massive snout of the Yalung Glacier. Just before Tseram, the towering heights of Kabru and Rathong start to peep over the moraine. You might camp at Tseram where the nighttime temperature plummets, reminding you that you are really gaining height

Day 10: Trek from Tseram to Ramche (4360m) 7hrs

You have a short walk today to your next camp at Ramche. The scenery is magnificent as you ascend past the snout of the Yalung Glacier and into a series of ablation valleys. A frozen lake, crystal clear streams and views of Kokthan, Rathong and Kabru are the highlights of this walk into Ramche which is situated on a broad, flat ablation zone.

Day 11: Rest day for exploration around

Leaving your camp set up at Ramche, you take a packed lunch and set off very early for your first close encounter with Kanchenjunga. Following the valley around its sweeping curve, you are suddenly confronted with the vast southern wall of the mountain. The ridge forms a cirque, which is over 15 kms long and never less than 7500 meters high. Along this ridge lie the three main summits of Mt Kanchenjunga at 8420m, 8586m, and 8474m. It is truly breathtaking. Proceeding further on towards Oktang [4630m], you may then descend onto the glacier and cross it to a point below Talu from where you can see all the mountains of the area in panorama. Especially impressive is the east part of Khumbakarna Glacier flowing from the east face of Jannu [Kumbhakarna being the local name for Jannu]. As you finish for exploring around, you might descend to the camp at Ramche to stay overnights

Day 12: Trekking beyond the Mirgin La (4583m.) 8hrs

Leaving your campsite, you trek down the valley, passing the small settlement of Lapsang, before turning off towards the Mirgin La Pass. You must cross in order to reach Gunsa and the north side of Kanchenjunga. As you descend from the Mirgin La, the views, in particular of Mt Jannu, are simply magnificent. Your campsite will be somewhere beyond the pass.

Day 13: Trek from Mirgin La to Gunsa (3475m) 6hrs

A steep descent from your campsite brings you to Lamba Sumba Kharka where there are more splendid views of the awesome southwest face of Jannu. From here, the going is easy, descending on an excellent trail to the village of Gunsa, where you camp in the fields by the river. Gunsa is a Tibetan village with a tiny Gompa and prayer flags fluttering from the wooden houses. It comes as a welcome sight after the rigorous walking of the previous days and provides an excellent opportunity to visit a strange local hostelry and sample the 'tongba' [alcoholic beverage fermented out of millet.

Day 14: Trek from Gunsa to Gyabla (2730m) 6hrs

Heading for the village of Sakathum, your route follows an undulating trail for the first couple of hours until you reach Amjilasa. From here, there is a long steep descent from which you can see the Gunsa Khola Valley stretched out before us.

Day 15: Trek from Gyabla to Sakathum (1600m) 7hrs

Heading for the village of Sakathum, your route follows an undulating trail for the first couple of hours until you reach Amjilasa. From here, there is a long steep descent from which you can see the Gunsa Khola Valley stretched out before us.

Day 16: Trek from Sakathum to Chirwa (1180m) 5:30hrs

Today is an easy day and just beyond Sakathum, you come to the confluence of 2 rivers. Flowing in from your left is the Simbua Khola [which you followed up to Ramche] and from your right, the Gunsa Khola which issues from the still closed Walunchung Gola area. The 2 rivers combine to form the Tamur Kosi which you now follow. There are plenty of spots for bathing in the numerous small tributary streams, which you cross before reaching the village of Chirwa.

Day 17: Trek from Chirwa to Jogi Danda 8hrs

You continue walking through ever more populated and cultivated land. The trails winds through uphill until you reach Jogi Danda. There is a village nearby Jogi Danda.

Day 18: Trek from Jogi Danda to Taplejung

From the valley floor, you ascend the ridge for about 3 hours to Taplejung village. There is time to trek through the fascinating bazaar. You find local people working in farming terraces where they grow wheat, oat, maize, millet and green vegetables.

Day 19: Fly to Biratnagar and Kathmandu

Early in the morning we fly to Biratnagar with scenic short mountain views and fly to Kathmandu from Biratnagar. It takes 40 minutes to resch in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

Day 20: Leisure day in Kathmandu

In Kathmandu for you full day at leisure to do shopping walking around the city and take rest after finished the trek.

Day 21 : Final departure day

Drop you in Kathmandu International Airport onward your final destination and our trip ends. Wish you your wonderful journey!!!

Best time to Discover

The best seasons for trekking in Nepal are March to May in Spring season and mid September to mid December is in Autumn season.

Experience and Fitness

There are treks suitable for a wide range of experience and physical fitness. If you can walk uphill for a few hours each day, then you can find a suitable trek in Nepal. An easy trek with Nepali support (guide / porterguide / porter) and teahouse accomodation is quite attainable for anyone who is reasonably fit. Longer treks, crossing high passes and into remote regions demand a higher degree of endurance. For Trekking Peaks, i.e. summitting a mountain of 5650-6500m, it is desirable to have some alpine climbing experience


We are experts for the operations trip at high-altitude. Every trip we run has a sound acclimatization program. We created this trekking itinerary to allow for gradual height gain spread over a number of days. There is no way of predicting who will suffer from altitude, but for the vast majority of people, a slow ascent will produce minimal effects. Acclimatizing takes time and there are no safe shortcuts. For all trips to altitudes in excess of 3,000 meters, our guides carry medicines essential to the treatment of altitude illness; they are trained to track symptoms as well as administer medications but we recommend to you to carry medicine by yourself that is beneficial for you.

Travel Insurance

To be sufficiently protected in terms of insurance, you need specialized travel insurance for participation in hazardous activities. A travel insurance policy that covers emergency evacuation, trip injury, lost baggage, theft, liability, medical treatment and expenses is strongly recommended. Make sure the insurance covers all the activities that you will be undertaking during your stay in Nepal such as trekking and climbing. Our agency Gokyo Treks & Expedition can arrange for the appropriate policy based on your trekking.

Climate and Weather information

The climate of Nepal is as varied as its geography. The low-lying Terai has a sub-tropical monsoonal climate. The Himalaya where most of our treks take place, are best in the cool dry season from September to May. The traditional trekking season in Nepal is late September to December, with October and November generally recognized as having the best weather. Spring is also a popular time of year with warmer weather and the advantage of seeing spring flowers and rhododendrons in bloom. The visibility is good and days are pleasantly warm, although nights can be cold, and snow is possible above 3,000 meters.
This trekking is likely to have a wide range of temperatures depending on the altitude and the time of day. In the mountains up to 3,500m the nights will be cool, normally around 5 degree C, and during the day temperatures sometimes rise to 25 degree C. At higher altitudes temperatures range from about 15 degree C to -10 degree C.

Group Size

We bring together a small group of likeminded people to give them a memorable and insightful travel experience with an invaluable opportunity to interact in a fun-filled environment. Our travel group generally comprises a maximum of 12 members. We need a minimum of 2 participants to run our fixed departure dates. For individualized trips, no minimum or maximum applies. If you would like to travel independently or with your friends, families and colleagues, you are invited to choose any of the trips at your convenient time frame for any number of people.

Responsible travel

Gokyo Treks and Expedition promises you a rewarding trip with an experience that last you lifetime amidst natural and cultural beauties. Here you will find committed team member, world-class quality, personalized service, closest co-operation and great company. Our trekking crews have more than a decade of trek leadership experience. We ensure you get the ultimate holiday experience that exceeds your expectation. Quality service is what matters the most. We at Gokyo Treks and Expedition are supremely confident to bring outstanding service throughout your trip without any unnecessary discomfort and hassle, it is 100 % guaranteed.

Question: Is pick up service available if my arrival day in Kathmandu?

Answer: Yes sure !! If you provide us your flights details then you should do request then our representative will come to pick up you on Kathmandu international airport.

Question: Do I need experience for Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking?

Answer: This trek is suitable for keen trekkers/walkers who are able to walk around 4 or 5 hours in a day, with a light weight day pack. For this trekking - yes, you need to have experience in high altitude - somehow about 3000M above sea level.

Question: What kind of accommodation can I expect on Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking?

Answer: We provide you tourist standard accommodation in Kathmandu and during the trekking routes. the rooms along the routes are clean with cozy bed with nice mattress and blankets. However we recommend you to take your own sleeping bags if you have one with you otherwise, you may rent it while you are in Kathmandu.

Question: What kind of food can I expect in kanchenjunga base camp trek?

Answer: All the guest houses/lodges in the trekking they have attached restaurant and they cook a delicious range of mostly vegetarian such as Pasta, tuna bakes, noodles, potatoes, eggs, dhal bhat, bread, soups, fresh vegetables (variety depends on the season)
The dinner and breakfast are provided in the same lodge you spend the night every day and Lunch will be provided on the way to next place where you are going.

Question: What opportunities will I have for shower along Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking?

Answer: Tea house trekking all the lodges they have shower which you can get it somewhere paying and somewhere without paying however if you are in camping trekking - we provide you hot water bucket then you will take bucket shower.

Question: How do I get drinking water on Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking?

Answer: During the trekking route there are all places hotel and shops where you can able to buy mineral water and you can buy it for drinking but however we advise against buying mineral water in plastic bottles, as currently there are no provisions for disposing of these. Instead, we provide you boiled water or bringing chlorine tablets to purify the normal water as the normal water is available in camp site/along the way in the camping trekking.

Question: Can I charge my digital camera or other batteries on my trip?

Answer: During the Tea house trekking there will be more chances to charge the battery. We recommend to you bring extra pair for incase. Remember to bring your adapters! And we recommend you to take extra batteries along with you.

Is there any communication facilities on Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking?

Answer: In this trekking route you can get telephone services as well as internet services as well.

Question: Can I use credit cards in Trekking?

No! So, for the trekking routes you need to have cash Nepali rupees because credit cards works only in the bigger city tours / city areas.

Question: When should I book my trip and what is the payments terms?

Answer: Because our trips book up months in advance, we recommend booking early to avoid any kind of mis understanding. We will of course make every effort to accommodate last minute bookings.
And regarding the deposit, we prefer 20 % advance deposit of total price of the trip in order to conform your reservation before you arrive in Nepal. And rest of the payment can be made after your arrival in Kathmandu.

Question: Who will carry my luggage on Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking?

Answer: We provide porters to transfer your luggage. As we are a responsible trekking tour operator agency, our each porter carry maximum 25 kilo of your backpack which means 2 guest (12.5 kg luggage of each guest) : 1 porter basis.

Question: How much distance do I walk each day?

Answer: When walking/trekking in the mountains, the distance you cover each day can vary greatly due to gradient, terrain and altitude. As such it is very hard to give specific distances on each day, however you have to be prepared to walk roughly about 5 hours each day.

Question: Do I need walking polls for Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking?

Walking pools are recommended but not compulsory.

Question: How much additional money do I need per day?

Answer: You can allocate US$ 08 - 10 for a lunch / dinner in Kathmandu and it depends on your spending habits. US$ 7 to 10 US$ each day will be enough to buy bottles of water, chocolates, tea coffee and some drinks while you are on trek.

Trekking equipments

The following is a list of clothing and accessories that we recommend for treks and climbs in Nepal. This is not intended to be a comprehensive clothing and equipment list, rather it is intended to act as a reminder of those items that we feel are essential for your comfort and convenience. However we recognize that you may have your own personal preferences for clothing which may be equally as suitable.

  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Light balaclava or warm fleece hat
  • Any kinds of battery charges and hot shower during the trekking.
Upper Body
  • Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket (optional)
  • Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
  • Down vest and/or jacket (optional)
  • T-shirts (2)
  • Light and expedition weight thermal tops
  • Fleece jacket or pullover
  • Lightweight gloves
  • Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer
Lower Body
  • Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms
  • Fleece or wool pants
  • Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants
  • Underwear (4)
  • Hiking shorts (2)
  • Lightweight cotton long pants
  • Thin, lightweight inner socks (4)
  • Thick, warm wool hiking socks (4)
  • Hiking boots with spare laces
  • Camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals)
  • Gaiters (Optional)
  • Large plastic bags - for keeping items dry inside trek bags
  • Daypack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches)
  • Thermarest sleeping pad (Only Camping Trek)
  • Water bottles (2)
  • Toiletries
  • Sleeping bag rated -10C. to -20C (Depending on trekking region)
  • Headlamp (e.g. Petzl Zoom) with spare bulbs and batteries
  • Small pad or combination lock-to-lock trek bag
  • Basic First Aid Kit (see Health and Medicinal)
Optional items
  • Binoculars
  • Books (Highly Recommended)
  • Compass
  • Playing cards/backgammon/chess set
  • Swiss Knife
Recommended Mountaineering Kit

In addition to the items mentioned above for trekking, the following is a list of the additional specialized items which are required for the trekking peaks.

  • Ice axe, and ski poles (note - ice axes can be rented in Kathmandu)
  • Climbing helmet
  • Alpine climbing harness
  • 2 x tape slings
  • 2 x screwgate karabiners
  • Descender/abseil device
  • Ascender
  • Plastic or leather mountaineering boots, with gaiters and crampons that have been tested for a good fit.
  • Fleece trousers or silhouette
  • Additional mits and gloves suitable for climbing

Jane Wood and James

Colorado USA

It was great highlight for me was laying in the alpine meadow while the clouds floated by. Everyone should do this at least once in their lives. The decision to spend an extra night in Ghunsa and Kambachen were a good one. I will never tire of the breathtaking views. Summitting Ghunsa was a personal goal. To be honest, climbed Khambachen was my favourite day.
I have truly come to love Kanchenjunga since i have been to Nepal in 2006. You have made it possible for me to see many spectacular places and meet many wonderful people in your beautiful country Nepal. Anyone who has not experienced Kanchenjunga with Gokyo Treks has no idea what they are missing. I cannot wait to see the photos. I am already thinking about returning next year. I will continue to recommend Gokyo Treks, your company to my friends and family. Thank you again for everything and best of luck..

Two Germans trekking Kanchenjunga (3 weeks)

We had a clear vision of what our journey to Kanchenjunga Base Camp (KBC TREKKING) should be like. This was a problem for other agencies and even the biggest of them. But instead of arguing Goyko Treks just made it happen.
It was very easy and nice to work with Ammar and his colleges, as if we were planning trips since years. They had a big interest in our satisfaction and took care of us in any situation. If it was from home, far ahead of the journey, directly after arriving in Kathmandu as well as after the trip.
That is how it should work. Orientation on the clients not on standard trips taken off the shelf. I can ensure you. An attractive certificate isnt´t all you get if you decide to work with Goyko Treks.

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Trip Price: USD 2290 Per Person
    1. Trip Duration: 20 Days
    2. Trip Grading: Moderate
    3. Max Altitude: 4583m
    4. Best Time: Oct - May
    5. Trip Mode: Tea House
    6. Group-Size: 2-12 People
    7. Transportaion: Car/Plane/bus
    8. Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    9. Trek Hour: 6 Hrs
    10. Cancelation Fees: No Charge

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