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Gulf Islands Adventure

Without a doubt the Gulf Islands are best know to adventurers for their exceptional sea kayaking. Located on the east side of Vancouver Island and well protected from the broad Pacific, they present paddlers with an exceptional area to explore. Long reaches, channels, bays, spits, cliffs, beaches and more await your investigation.

 
 

For the kayaker the best initial launches (depending on your route) are often nearby the ferry terminals and the islands villages, where you'll also find supplies, guides, shops and of course local knowledge, which is key to staying safe and getting the most out of you're experience. Dozens of marine parks, along with the newly established Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, provide perfect places to pitch your tent. There are extended beach walks which can take you right around some of the smaller islands as well as a good number of interesting trails up to the peaks and bluffs of the main islands. For the birder, you'll also find trails which really mix it up, taking you through a variety of habitat, ensuring that you'll encounter a wide variety of bird species.

Cyclists have lots of country roads to discover, many of which will take you to the studios of island artists, then on to the islands wonderful inns and restaurants. Be prepared though, the island roads are often narrow and hills are common place. Check with the local tourism offices on the best routes to match you're physical condition.

Since it rarely snows in the islands winter adventures are really summer adventures with more clothes on. Hiking can be done at any time of year but be forewarned that the trails will generally be muddier and footing less sure. Sea kayakers should bring their wet suites and cyclists their rain gear. What ever time of year, for most activities, it's best sure to dress in layers. If you just have to get out and get you snow fix, head to Vancouver Island's Mount Washington, where you'll find great snowboarding, cross country skiing and snow shoeing. Of course you can always catch the ferry to the mainland and take a drive up to Whistler, the finest winter resort in North America

Note to Paddlers: The area is best suited to intermediate and expert kayakers - if you lack the requisite skills, hire a good guide from one of the islands many shops and schools.


 

Cycling & Mountain Biking

The Gulf Islands are a great place to do some cycle touring. You'll find lots of country roads to explore, along with small villages and towns to stop in for a wonderful seaside lunch. Provisions can be found along many routes and bikes shops are available on most islands to provide repairs or adjustments, as well as sage advice on routes and facilities. Bike rentals are available on several islands if you don't have your own bike or want to avoid the hassle of taking it along. There are lots of campgrounds or B&B's on most islands, allowing you to spend several days getting to know each area intimately. The island ferries, as well as the inter-island water taxis are fully equipped to take your cycle and baggage - all for a fee of course. Have a look at our "Resources" section for more details.

While cycling is a wonderful way to explore the islands, most of the island roads are narrow with little in the way of shoulders in many sections. Blind curves are not uncommon and in high season you encounter a lot of traffic on some of the roads. Finally, most routes include a fair bit of climbing as the islands have a lot of hills and mountains. As a consolation you'll find lots of beaches, which will allow you to rest your weary muscles and cool off with a quick dip.

A good source of information for Salt Spring Island is the Heritage Map (fee), available from the Salt Spring Chamber of Commerce - Island Pathways - The map shows routes, distances, hills, parks, and services.

Most popular islands for cycling are Salt Spring, Galiano, Mayne, Gabriola, Saturna and the Penders.

There are no designated mountain bike trails (to our knowledge but feel free to correct us on this one) on the islands but there are a number of logging roads which you could take advantage of. Before you make any plans ensure that these aren't active roads - if they are don't go!

For outdoor retailers, guides, outfitters and instructors in the Gulf Islands and the surrounding regions have a look at our Outdoor Resources section.

Salt Spring Mountain Bikers Association - (250) 537-2572, Salt Spring Island,
Island Pathways - Cycling, Salt Spring Island


 

Climbing & Mountaineering

Salt Spring has several climbing areas which are detailed on Mike's Magic Climbing Site. The crags are located above Burgoyne Bay on Baynes Peak (Mount Maxwell Provincial Park). The areas are referred to on the site as "My Best Friend's Girlfriend" (Oh! Oh!), "The Bluffs" and "The Main Summit". The site has route descriptions and ratings. Salt Spring also has indoor climbing at "The Wall" details of which are also available on the web site.

The surrounding regions have some excellent climbing, including of course one of North America's finest big walls in the form of "The Chief" in Squamish, in the the Vancouver Coast and Mountains region. On Vancouver Island you'll find some good climbing areas outside Victoria and Nanaimo and in Strathcona Provincial Park. Of course you'll also finds climbing gyms if the weather just won't co-operate.

For outdoor retailers, guides, outfitters and instructors in the Gulf Islands and the surrounding regions have a look at our Outdoor Resources section.


 

Sea Kayaking

The Gulf Islands present some of the best and most accessible sea kayaking for intermediate and expert paddlers on the west coast. Each of the major islands has a guiding and/or retail company, which are without a doubt, the best source of information on the area. Most of the staff have been paddling the islands for a long time and know the areas intricacies, as well as the best campsites, picnic and nature viewing spots.

If you're planning more than a day out, you'll find endless areas to explore and just as important a wealth of options for overnight stays. The islands are dotted with provincial and national park campsites, both primitive and with a variety of services. In addition you'll find a good number of B&B's along with inns and resorts which are accessible from the water and welcome kayakers with open arms. Regardless of your comfort requirements, you'll find enough options to suit almost any itinerary. For extended trips supplies are available on most of the big islands, with many stores accessible from a public dock, ferry terminus or put-in site.

Kayak Camping Destinations

Beaumont Park - Gulf Islands National Park - Bedwell Harbour off South Pender, Water Access Only. The park has 11 walk-in campsites, drinking water, picnic areas, toilets, an anchorage and a Canadian Customs office in the high season. Supplies are available at nearby Bedwell Harbour Village.

Cabbage Island - Gulf Islands National Park - North east of Tumbo Island, Water Access Only. The park has 8 walk-in campsites, a beach, a picnic area and toilets. There are also a number of buoys for moorage off shore. Tumbo island is just off of Saturna Island. The east side of Tumbo is exposed to the waters of the broader straight.

D'Arcy Island - Gulf Islands National Park - East of the Saanich Peninsula and south of Sidney Island in Haro Straight, Water Access Only. There are several buoys for mooring and a small beach. The park has rustic campsites for overnight stays.

Discovery Island Marine Provincial Park - East of Victoria off of Oak Bay where Haro meets Juan du Fuca Straight, Water Access Only. There are no designated campsites but their is an area for camping. Vault toilets are available. No moorage for boaters. While this is a popular kayaking destination the open water crossing from the mainland can be treacherous - best bet hire a guide. BC Provincial Parks

Sidney Spit Gulf Islands National Park - East of the Saanich Peninsula on the north end of Sidney Island. The park is known for its exceptional sandy beaches. There are 35 buoys for moorage along the shores of the park and 24 walk-in campsites, vault toilets and picnic areas.

Isle-de-lis (Rum Island) Gulf Islands National Park - Between Stuart and Sidney Island, Water Access Only. The park has a few walk-in campsites as well as some walking trails.

Prevost Island Gulf Islands National Park - The island is located between Salt Spring and Galiano island, both of which have put-ins with good access to Prevost. A primitive campground is located at James Bay at the north end of the island. Most of the island is privately owned so keep to the park area or just below the high tide mark. Water Access Only

Portland Island (Princess Margaret Island) - Gulf Islands National Park - Located to the south of Salt Spring Island below Fulford Harbour. The Island has three campgrounds located around the islands perimeter. There are hiking trails that criss- cross the island and provide a terrestrial connection to each. The island has a pump for water.

Salt Spring Island Kayak Routes

The Sisters, Ganges Harbour - Easy, 4.5nmi, 2hrs each way, Day Trip

You can launch from the far side of the mall on the south side of Centennial Park (the Saturday Market) off Fulford-Ganges Road in Ganges. The Sisters are a group of islands which stretch out along the harbour and include Goat and Deadman Island. The best destination is Chocolate Beach, a beautiful white shell beach, which just begs you to bring a picnic on a sunny day. Watch for the boat (and float plane) traffic which can be considerable during the high season and is down right crazy on long weekends in the summer. The islands can also be reached from the small beach at the end of Churchill Road just outside of Ganges off Upper Ganges Road or from a launch beside the Ferry Terminal at Long Harbour (check the ferry schedule first). Salt Spring Island Launch

Russell Island, Fulford Harbour - Easy, 6nm, 2hrs each way, Day Trip

The island lies a short distance off the eastern edge of Salt Spring's shoreline in the mouth of Fulford Harbour You can launch from the dock beside the Fulford Ferry terminal or from Drummond Park, a short distance along Isabella Point Road from the intersection of Fulford Ganges Road. Hugging the shoreline the only open water you'll face will be the crossing to the island. As you move towards the harbour mouth you'll see a trail which hugs the shoreline as well as several small sandy beaches. Time your launch and return to avoid the ferry wash and watch for winds which often pick up as the day progresses. The approximate paddle time doesn't include picnics and exploration. There is no camping permitted on the island.Gulf Islands National Park Salt Spring Island Launch

Wallace Island, Trincomali - Easy, 1nm, 1/2hr each way, Day Trip or Overnight

The island is located between Galiano Island and Salt Spring Island in Tricomali. It stretches off shore from Salt Spring between Fernwood and Southey Point on the north western shores of the island. You can launch at the dock at Fernwood (watch the tides). The paddle across Houston Passage is open water in Trincomali, but it's short. Once you reach the island you can picnic at Conover Cove or better still set up you tent (fee) here or at Chivers or Cabin Point. If you're staying for a night or two or you have the time, start exploring the islands shoreline where you will observe a variety of wildlife (please respect the islands private property). There is a hiking trail (along with a couple of spurs) which runs the length of the island. The island has a water pump (boil the water for drinking) which you'll find along the southern section of the trail. During the high season the campgrounds get crowded so leave early to avoid disappointment. Wallace Island, Mogli and the two Secretary Islands make up the Secretary group. Marine Charts #3442 and #3463, BC Parks Salt Spring Island Launch


Prevost Island, Trincomali - Intermediate, Overnight

James Bay at the north end of the island (most of the island is privately owned - please respect private property) has campsites for an overnight stay. If you have the skills you might also think about a tour around the island where you'll find some nice beaches, exceptional scenery and if you're lucky get a few picture of some of the wildlife, including the islands feral goats. You can launch from the far side of the mall on the south side of Centennial Park (the Saturday Market) off Fulford-Ganges Road in Ganges. The island can also be reached from the small beach at the end of Churchill Road just outside of Ganges off Upper Ganges Road or from a launch beside the Ferry Terminal at Long Harbour (check the ferry schedule first). Captains Passage Gulf Islands National Park Salt Spring Island Launch

BC Ferries will take kayaks for a fee. You can catch a ferry from Tsawwassen or Swartz Bay to the islands where you'll find launches beside some of the islands ferry terminals. The islands water taxis may also provide ferry service for your boats. Contact them for more information. Have a look at our transportation section for details.

While the islands are located in an area completely protected from the broad Pacific Ocean their are still some key elements which you should keep in mind. The surrounding body of water, the Georgia Straight is very large and can quickly become ferocious if the weather changes, particularly on the more exposed eastern side of the outer islands. The channels between islands can have exceptionally strong tidal currents, which cannot be paddled against during tidal rushes (slack tide may present an opportunity even for experts but check with local authorities and paddlers before attempting any channel crossing - or better still hire a good guide). The areas waters are cold and hypothermia is a very real threat if you take a dump, even in the summer months. There are numerous ferry routes within the islands (the main ferry route between Vancouver and Victoria runs cuts right through the heart of the islands). Keep in mind the larger boats are difficult to maneuver, they may not see you, they take forever to come to a stop, and be keenly aware, they are traveling a lot faster than they appear to be. In addition the large ferries create a significant wash which may be more difficult to deal with nearby shorelines which may create reflected waves. Finally, pleasure boat traffic in many areas is very heavy, particularly in high season.

Note: Water may not be available and what there is should be boiled (or treated) - bring your own supply of drinking water.

For outdoor retailers, guides, outfitters and instructors in the Gulf Islands and the surrounding regions have a look at our Outdoor Resources section.

Salt Spring Island Paddlers - Paddling Club, Salt Spring Island

For more information on kayaking in the islands pick up a copy of Sea Kayaking the Gulf Islands by Mary Ann Snowdon from Rocky Mountain Books


 

Hiking and Backpacking

The Gulf Islands have a wealth of hiking trails throughout the area. Many of the trials lead up to fabulous lookouts which provide spectacular views of the immediate region, Vancouver Island and the Vancouver Coast and Mountains on the mainland. Many of the trails are in the areas provincial and regional parks as well as the newly designated Gulf Islands National Park Reserve. The National Park has acquired a number of it's land holdings from the provincial park authorities, which also included a variety of trails. These trails will be further developed by the National Parks board and should provide a more coordinated network, hopefully with a backpacking trail added to the mix.

Salt Spring Island

Mount Maxwell Provincial Park - 10km+, Novice-Intermediate, Salt Spring Island

The park has exceptional viewpoints which overlook Fulford Valley and Sansum Narrows providing a broad view of the lower Gulf Islands as well as Vancouver Island. There are a number of connections to other area trails which lead down the back side of the mountain, many of which are not shown on the island maps, so take careful note of your route if you wander off to explore. To drive to the top take Fulford-Ganges Road from the Fulford ferry terminal and head towards Ganges. About 1.5km before Ganges (approximately 11km from Fulford) head west along Cranberry Road and then continue on along Maxwell Mountain Road to the parking lot. The parking area is about 9km from Fulford-Ganges Road and a part of this section is not paved and can be rough.If you would prefer to hike up (good one) then follow Fulford-Ganges Road from the Fulford ferry terminal and head towards Ganges and watch for Dukes road on you're left. Head up Dukes and turn left on Seymour Heights. At the junction you can take another left on Armand Way and park at the end of the road where you'll find the more difficult of the two routes to the peak. You're other option is to continue along Seymour Heights (go straight at the junction) then bear left at the next one, then watch for the trail marker on you're left a short distance further on. BC Provincial Parks

Mouat Regional Park - Novice, Salt Spring Island

The park is just up from the harbour and commercial centre in Ganges and offers an opportunity for some pleasant easy hiking in a beautiful natural setting. The trails criss-cross the park, intersecting at various points. One of trials follows a lovely stream which makes it's way out of the park and into the village. Unfortunately, the park no longer provides campsites but there is a nice private campground which butts up against the back of the park. If you're driving from Fulford Ganges road, head west on Jackson Avenue, at Artspring, where you can follow Seaveiw passed the back of the building to the parks' parking lot. The park also has one of the islands two disk golf courses so bring you're frisbee and have a go at it.

Ruckle Provincial Park - 15km+, Novice, Salt Spring Island

The park has over 15km of interconnected trails which will take you along the ocean shore, through wooded areas, wetlands and beside the heritage farm where you can take in the pastoral scenes of sheep grazing beside split rail fences. From the Fulford ferry terminal take Fulford Ganges Road a short distance to then turn right on Beaver Point Road (there are signs for the park) which will take you all the way into the park. Ruckle Provincial Park Park & Hiking Trails Map

Mount Erskine - Intermediate-Expert, Salt Spring Island

Mount Erskine has a network of trials which lead up to the summit where you'll get a great view of Samsun Narrows, Crofton on Vancouver Island and north to Kuper Island. All of the trails intersect at one point and the route can be a bit confusing so make careful note of landmarks at trail junctions. The two most popular access points are along Collins Road which you can reach from Ganges by following Rainbow Road almost to the end where you pick up Collins Road on the left. Follow Collins and watch for the trail markers on the left and a small parking area is on the right. Another option is to take Juniper Road which branches to the left off Rainbow Road about half way along it's distance. The third option is to follow Fullford Ganges road about 1.5km outside Ganges (approximately 11km from Fulford) then head west (to the right) along Cranberry Road and watch for Toynbee Road just passed Roberts Lake. On Toynbee watch carfully on you're right for the trail marker. Note: This hike is not suitable for children. Stay well back from the edge at the top. For a detailed description of the trails and other Gulf Island hikes pick up a copy of Hiking the Gulf Islands by Charles Kahn available from Harbour Publishing.

Reginald Hill - Intermediate, 200m elevation gain, Salt Spring Island

The hike up the hillside is steep in sections and good footware is recommended. The view over Fulford Harbour and surroundings is excellent and well worth the climb. As the trail opens up at the top you'll find a great place for a picnic on a sunny summers day. From the Fulford ferry exit turn right along Morningside Road and follow it to the end, where you'll find a small parking area on you're right. Head up towards the sub-division and watch for the trail marker on your left. Note: This hike is not suitable for children. Stay well back from the edge at the top. For a detailed description of the trail and other Gulf Island hikes pick up a copy of Hiking the Gulf Islands by Charles Kahn available from Harbour Publishing.

Duck Creek Park - Novice 3km+ return, Salt Spring Island

This is an easy trail which follows the gently flowing creek of the same name. Small spurs will take you out to a large clearing or provice alternate routes which eventually converge on the main trail. A very pleasant outing in a lovely natural setting; great for an after dinner walk on a warm summers evening. From Ganges follow Lower Ganges Road out of town and turn left on Vesuvius Bay Road, then take a right on Sunset Drive just before the ferry terminal. You'll see the trail sign on your right and a parking area on your left, just a short distance down sunset.

Southey Point Trail - 2km+ return, Novice, Salt Spring Island

The trail takes you to the beach near the north western tip of the island at Southey Point. It starts in a forested section and passes through a valley and along side a picturesque split rail fence. There are a few steep sections particularly as you descend to the beach at trails end. From Ganges follow Lower Ganges Road out of town and turn left on Vesuvius Bay Road then take a right on Sunset Drive just before the ferry terminal. Just as the road sweeps back east you'll see Southey Point Road on you're left. Watch for the trail marker and a small parking area on you're left with the trail entrance just across the street.

Location Map for Salt Spring Island Parks

Galiano Island

Mount Galiano - 2.8km one way, Intermediate, Galiano Island

There are several trails to the Mount Galiano Summit. Two trails can be accessed from Lord Road which will take up to the peak. You can also find a trail from just near the end of Active Pass Drive which provides a route from the other side of the Mountain. The summit provides excellent views of other the islands with Salt Spring Island forming a back drop. You'll find an area of Gary Oak at the top. From the ferry terminal follow Sturdies Bay Road to the split where you pick up Georgeson Bay Road. Watch for Morgan Road which will take you to Lord and the Lord Park trailhead or continue along to Highland and the Active Pass Drive trailhead. Inother the summer months watch for closures due to fire hazard by checking with the Galiano Volunteer Fire Department website.

Bodega Ridge (Bodega Provincial Park) 4km linear, elevation gain 22m, novice to intermediate (exposure), Galiano Island

The trail leads up to an exceptional viewing area over the Gulf Islands with Vancouver Island in the background. The hiking is not difficult but it does have some exposed sections along the ridge which you should be careful with. The area is know for its wealth of Manzanita, look to the skys for glimpses of Bald Eagles and Peregrines. From the ferry terminal follow Sturdies Bay road to Porlier Pass Road. Continue on well passed Montague Harbour two thirds to three quarters of the way along the island where you will see Cottage Way on your right. Follow cottage way to the end where you can pick up the trial head to the ridge. BC Parks

Location Map for Galiano Island Parks

Mayne Island

Mount Parke Regional Park - Intermediate, Mayne Island

The trail climbs up to a circular trail which winds through the woodlands and ultimately to the look out where you'll find excellent views of the islands before it loops back to the split where you can retrace your steps to the car. Watch for Bald Eagles, Raptors and Turkey Vultures along the cliffs. Mount Parke is the highest peak on Mayne Island at 185m. From the ferry terminal take Village Bay Road to Fernhill then take a right onto Montrose Road which will take you to the parking lot for the trailhead. The trails can also be accessed via Kim Road off Felix Jack Road. You'll find maps of the trails as well as a description of the park on the Capital Regional District website.

Mayne Island - The small area covered by the park on Mayne includes a short hiking trail. Gulf Islands National Park

Location Map for Mayne Island Parks

Penders

South Pender Island

Mount Norman (245 metres) - From the trailhead on Ainslie Road you hike along a gravel road then move into a more conventional trail as you make your way up to the summit. The views from the top of the surrounding islands are excellent. The trail continues down the other side of the mountain and exits on Canal Road. There is also a spur along the first section which gives you access to Beaumont Park and its network of trails and primitive campsites. which provides excellent views of the park and surrounding islands. From the ferry terminal turn right and head out on Otter Bay Road then right again on Bedwell Harbour Road which will take you to Canal Road and the single lane bridge which connects the north and south islands. Take an immediate right on Ainslie Point Road and watch for the trailhead on your left. Gulf Islands National Park

North Pender Island

Roe Lake has a trail which will take you around the lake and you can also follow the footbridge out to Roe Islet. Prior Centenenial has a trail network that you can hike while staying at the campgrounds. Mount Menzies (195m) has a trail network which is now a part of the park. Gulf Islands National Park

Saturna Island

Hiking trails can be found at Winter Cove, Narvaez Bay and you can hike up the winding road of Mount Warburton Pike (500 metres) where you'll find excellent views of the the surrounding region. Gulf Islands National Park

Portland Island Gulf Islands National Park 10km, easy

One of the parks best hikes with trails that cut across and encircle the island. There are no developed facilities on the island making it a great place to explore. Access is by water only. As of this writing this encludes private boat or kayak as there is currently no commercial service to the island. If you kayak to the island be aware you may be crossing some of the busiest ferry routes in the Gulf Islands.

Sidney Spit Gulf Islands National Park

The hiking trails are a mix of open field, forest and wonderful beach walking along the two arms of the islands sandy spit. Take advantage of the islands walk-in campground and stay for a weekend to allow you to explore the whole island.The island can be acessed via a commercial service from Sidney on Vancouver Island.

Isle-de-Lis

A mix of bluffs and forest greet the hiker on this small island's trails. The trail system takes you on a route that circles the whole island. Access is by water only. As of this writing this encludes private boat or kayak as there is currently no commercial service to the island. Gulf Islands National Park

Location Map for Gabriola Island Parks

For outdoor retailers, guides, outfitters and instructors in the Gulf Islands and the surrounding regions have a look at our Outdoor Resources section.

Salt Spring Trails and Nature Club - Box 203, Ganges, PO, V8K 2V9 See the Driftwood the last Wednesday of each month


 

Canoeing

If you're a lake paddler, you're best bet is St. Mary Lake or Cusheon Lake on Salt Spring Island. You can also take advantage of protected areas on the coast such as Fulford Harbour and Ganges Harbour on Salt Spring or Montague Harbour off Galiano. The only problem with these areas (aside from the tides and water temperature) are the sheer volume of boat traffic in the high season particularly at Ganges and Montague Harbours.

While the islands don't have any real rivers or lake routes for canoe trippers, you'll find some good canoe routes in the surrounding regions, in particular the Powell River Canoe Route on the Sunshine Coast in the Vancouver Coast and Mountains Region and the Sayward Canoe Route on Vancouver Island.

For outdoor retailers, guides, outfitters and instructors in the Gulf Islands and the surrounding regions have a look at our Outdoor Resources section.


 

Scuba Diving

Vancouver Island

For outdoor retailers, guides, outfitters and instructors in the Gulf Islands and the surrounding regions have a look at our Outdoor Resources section.


 

Surfing

Given the sheltered location of the islands it's not surprising that there aren't any surfing areas. Fortunately Pacific Rim National Park and the surroundings on Vancouver Island have excellent surf, particulary during the winter. There are also some lesser known areas and some isolated beaches on the remote west coast which have good conditions.

Vancouver Island

Cox Bay and it's neighbour Chesterman Beach - Pacific Rim
Sombrio Beach & Jorden River - Juan de Fuca Provincial Park, BC Parks
Florencia Bay, Wichaninish Beach and Long Beach, Pacific Rim National Park

 

Winter Adventures

The Gulf Islands see little, if any snow in a typical year. So winter adventures are not what you would expect in Canada. Snowshoeing and snowboarding are displaced by sea kayaking, hiking and even camping. Of course, wet suites are recommended, three or four season tents are the norm and water proof boots are the way to go. Trails do get muddy with the increase in rainfall that the winter months bring and footing becomes more tenuous along the island trails.

If you're paying the islands a visit but you just can't get skiing out of your mind in January, have no fear, the surrounding regions have some of the best winter venues imaginable just a short ferry ride away.

Vancouver Island - Winter Adventures
Vancouver Coast and Mountains
- Snowboarding and Skiing

For outdoor retailers, guides, outfitters and instructors in the Gulf Islands and the surrounding regions have a look at our Outdoor Resources section.

Location Map for Gabriola Island Parks
Location Map for Galiano Island Parks

Location Map for Mayne Island Parks
Location Map for Pender Islands Parks
Location Map for Salt Spring Island Parks
Location Map for Saturna Island Parks

 

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