Waterfalls near Asheville, NC: our top 10 favorite hikes (2022)

The rolling, mountainous terrain near Asheville, NC is simply gorgeous. Tree-covered mountain summits and grassy balds fill the horizon, and deep cut river valleys and gorges slice through the landscape, spilling and tumbling and diving in scores of majestic waterfalls.

When a river meets towering rock, something seemingly magical happens, as water drops and spills into a pool below. Waterfalls are simply beautiful. They’re strikingly photo-worthy. And those tumbling tendrils of water somehow stir remarkable emotion in the soul.

In Asheville’s mountainous and river-filled terrain, these tumbling marvels are plentiful: there’s no shortage of great hikes to be found near the city. We’ve hiked many, exploring the area’s towering and thundering falls to gentle cascades set in a stunningly beautiful forest. With so many amazing falls, it’s tough to choose just ten, but we’ve carefully hand-picked our favorites, all under a two-hour drive from the Asheville area. (Short on time, or looking for a great kid-friendly hike? Check out our favorite Asheville waterfall hikes under two miles.)

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Waterfalls near Asheville: our favorite hikes

  • Rainbow Falls3.9 MILES, ROUND TRIP Rainbow Falls is a stunner, tumbling down over a towering, 150-foot cliff in a single, dramatic drop. Hike this trail from Gorges State Park near Cashiers, NC to a series of spilling falls on the Horsepasture River and abundant summertime wildflowers.
  • Schoolhouse Falls2.6 MILES, ROUND TRIP Filled with sheer-walled mountain summits, deep-carved valleys and tumbling waterfalls, Panthertown Valley is often referred to as the ‘Yosemite of the East’. Hike this scenic adventure to Panthertown’s most popular falls, descending from Cold Mountain Gap into a valley filled with lush rhododendron. The hike visits Schoolhouse Falls, catching views from a shallow pebble-lined basin just below the falls.
  • Catawba Falls2.7 MILES, ROUND TRIP Our favorite waterfall hike near Asheville crosses several shallow river fords and treks through a shady valley to a century-old hydroelectric dam and several exceptionally beautiful falls set in a mossy, rocky forest.
  • Bridal Veil Falls4.6 MILES, ROUND TRIP This outstanding hike at DuPont State Forest visits an enormous cascade deep within the park, scoring some serenity at one of DuPont’s lesser-visited (but ultra-beautiful) falls. Hike across a covered bridge over the towering High Falls, visit the banks of the glassy Lake Julia, and then view the unique drops, veils and tendrils of Bridal Veil Falls from a viewing platform and the blocky outcrops at the base of the falls.
  • Crabtree Falls2.7 MILES, ROUND TRIP Hike a moderate loop just off the Blue Ridge Parkway to the towering cascades of Crabtree Falls. The trail explores a lush forest filled with wildflowers, rhododendron and mountain laurel, loops to the Upper Crabtree Falls and trails beside a rocky creek.
  • Linville Falls2.2 MILES, ROUND TRIP The Linville River makes a dramatic entrance into Linville Gorge, spilling down through a steep-walled rocky wonderland in a multi-tiered cascade. Hike the Linville Falls Trail to three overlooks of the falls, or the nearby Plunge Basin Trail to an up-close view of the waterfall on the gorge floor.
  • DuPont State Forest Three Waterfalls Hike4.5 MILES, ROUND TRIP Hike to three incredibly beautiful cascades in less than five miles on this ultra-scenic adventure. This three-trail combo at DuPont State Forest explores three of Western NC’s most beautiful and popular cascades: Triple Falls, High Falls, and Hooker Falls.
  • Skinny Dip Falls.9 MILE, ROUND TRIP Hike to Skinny Dip Falls, a multi-tiered waterfall that cascades into deep pools of crystal clear, chilly water. Framed in steep, angled rock and rhododendron, the falls are gorgeous, and it’s one of the most popular summertime swimming holes near Asheville.
  • Graveyard Fields3.3 MILES, ROUND TRIP Graveyard Fields, just off the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, is a land of rolling meadows filled with wildflowers, wild blueberries and blackberries, and two stunning cascades. Hike a relatively easy three-miler to the upper and lower Graveyard Fields falls, and trek through some incredibly beautiful terrain.
  • Moore Cove Falls1.2 MILES, ROUND TRIP Between Brevard, NC and the Blue Ridge Parkway, Moore Cove Falls tumbles dramatically in a single sheet from a tall rock outcrop in a beautifully forested cove. It’s a great, family-friendly hike near Looking Glass Falls.
  • Dry Falls.25 MILE, ROUND TRIP At barely a quarter mile, roundtrip, it’s more of a roadside attraction than our conventional definition of a hike. But it’s really, incredibly beautiful. The Dry Falls Trail wraps behind the enormous 65-foot plunging cascade, offering a unique behind-the-falls view.
  • Whitewater Falls.6 MILE, ROUND TRIP It’s not a long hike. But at just over a half mile, round trip, this hike packs a ton of scenic beauty into a short stretch of trail. Hike to two overlooks on the trail to catch views of Upper Whitewater Falls as it tumbles and cascades more than 400 feet. It’s the highest waterfall in North Carolina, and simply stunning.
  • Hiking gear list: our favorite, trail-tested gearWHAT TO PACK? Ready to hit the trail, but wondering what to pack? Our hiking gear list features our favorite, trail-tested hiking gear for day hikes on local trails and in the backcountry. We print and stitch our Asheville Trails shirts and hats locally in Asheville and Atlanta, and they’re our favorite for trail adventures all over the South. And no matter what you pack in, pack it all back out. Please leave no trace and help preserve the beauty of Western NC.
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Waterfall photography

Love taking photos of your favorite falls, but struggle to get that great, wispy whitewater look? You’ll need to increase your camera’s exposure time, so your camera doesn’t freeze the action and suspend the water droplets in mid-air.

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Mount your DSLR, mirrorless camera or point-and-shoot camera with exposure controls on a sturdy, lightweight tripod. Frame the falls in your viewfinder, switch to aperture priority mode, and then set a small aperture (f/16, f/22 or smaller) and a low ISO (100). These camera settings will help force your camera into a longer exposure, slowing the waterfall to a blur, and the tripod will keep the other landscape details crisp.

For the best results, don’t shoot mid-day, or on sunny days. Shooting on cloudy days, at dawn or dusk, or adding a polarizing filter or neutral density filter to your lens will reduce the amount of available light, slowing the shutter speed and increasing the wispy-water effect. For more info and tips on shooting falls, check out this great guide.

Waterfall hiking: safety

Hike safely: since the rocks surrounding a cascade are often wet, they’re usually slippery too, so don’t climb, swim or hike on, around or over a waterfall. Falls can be fatal. And the best time to visit is usually not after a recent rain: a high-volume river can be dangerous (and when raging, often loses some of its magical, photo-worthy beauty). See more water safety tips. And please help preserve North Carolina’s exceptional outdoor beauty. Pack out everything you pack in, and leave no trace.

And don’t drink the water, as fresh and refreshing as it may look: rivers and streams may contain harmful bacteria and parasites.

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Please Remember

Always leave no trace, pack out everything you pack in, and if you see trash, pick it up and pack it out.

Stay on the marked trail, tell someone where you're going, pack safety and wayfinding essentials, and don't rely on a mobile phone to find your way. Please always practice good trail etiquette. And before you go, always check the trailhead kiosk, official maps, and the park or ranger office for notices of changed routes, trail closures, safety information, and restrictions.

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FAQs

How hard is the hike to Looking Glass Falls? ›

The Looking Glass Rock Trail climbs about 1,700 ft. in just over three miles (6.5 miles round-trip, allow 4-5 hours). The many switchbacks along the way help make for a long and moderately difficult climb. A strong hiker can make it to the top in 1.5 hours and down in one hour.

Why are Catawba Falls closed? ›

The 9-12 month closure of the Catawba Falls Trail, from May 2, 2022 through spring 2023, is necessary for the next phase of improvements focused on visitor safety and accessibility. We appreciate your understanding as this popular waterfall is closed this season.

Is Linville Falls an easy hike? ›

The Linville Falls trails range in difficulty from moderate to strenuous. A moderate 1.6 mile round-trip walk, offering hikers four overlooks, each revealing a different aspect of the Linville Falls area. The first overlook is 0.5 miles from the visitor center, and is a moderate walk with a slight loss of elevation.

Where is the waterfall that you can walk behind in NC? ›

Dry Falls, Highlands, NC. Dry Falls, a popular waterfall located a few miles outside of Highlands, gives you the rare treat of walking safely behind a waterfall. This 75-ft. tall waterfall in the Nantahala National Forest flows over a cliff, allowing you to walk behind the falls and stay dry (hence the name).

Is there a bathroom in Looking Glass Falls? ›

Instead you just park your car on Highway 276 and take the stairs down to the waterfall. You can also view it from the observation deck above. Are there restrooms at Looking Glass Falls? No, there are no restrooms at the waterfall.

Can you swim in Looking Glass Falls? ›

Swimming is allowed at the falls, but swim at your own risk and don't climb on or around the rocks or cliff. The lower viewing platform and surrounding rock outcrops are great places to take in the waterfall's beauty – and a gorgeous place for a picnic.

Is Catawba falls an easy hike? ›

The 1.5-mile hike (3 miles round-trip) is a steady and slightly uphill walk but it is not difficult. It follows the Catawba River, with many smaller cascades along the way. It's a beautiful trail, with sounds of rushing water and short side trails to see it.

How long is the hike to Hickory Nut Falls? ›

This moderate hike is 1.4 miles round trip. It is an out-and-back hike and takes the average hiker 45 minutes to an hour to complete. It is recommended for families with small children; however, we do not suggest strollers or wheelchairs.

Can you swim at Hickory Nut Falls? ›

While there is no swimming or wading in the cool water, there's a picnic table to enjoy a snack or meal with a view. The waterfall is most famous for being featured in the 1992 film The Last of the Mohicans, with the final fight scene at the brink of the falls.

Is Linville Falls worth visiting? ›

Linville falls is rated one of the best, if not the best waterfall in North Carolina. It is centrally located between Boone, Blowing Rock, Banner Elk and Asheville making it the ideal waterfall to visit in the area.

Does it cost to go to Linville Falls? ›

This free public attraction offers several great hiking options. The easiest is a short (less than one mile) and fairly flat hike through the beautiful mountain woods to the Linville Falls viewing area. It's well worth the walk, but do be sure and wear comfortable, hard soled shoes.

How difficult is Boone Fork trail? ›

Head out on this 5.2-mile loop trail near Blowing Rock, North Carolina. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 2 h 2 min to complete. This is a very popular area for birding and hiking, so you'll likely encounter other people while exploring.

What is the largest waterfall in NC? ›

Whitewater Falls is the highest waterfall east of the Rockies. The falls plunge an amazing 411 feet!

What is the name of the waterfall which you can walk behind? ›

The unique features of Seljalandsfoss

It is also unique and probably on the list of 10 most photographed natural wonders in Iceland. And always on the list of 10 most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland. Not only is the waterfall captivating, but you can also walk behind it on an easily accessible walking trail.

Can you walk behind Looking Glass Falls? ›

Looking Glass Falls near Brevard is arguably one of the most beautiful waterfalls in North Carolina. The 60-foot falls sit inside Pisgah National Forest, just off the Forest Heritage Scenic Byway which is one of our favorite scenic roads. This location means that no hike is required to reach the falls!

Why Is Looking Glass Falls famous? ›

Looking Glass Creek, which flows past the rock, is also named for its impressive natural structure. Its easy accessibility makes Looking Glass Falls a popular spot for travelers along U.S. 276, Forest Heritage Scenic Byway, near Brevard in the Pisgah National Forest.

Why is it called Looking Glass Falls? ›

Looking Glass Falls is one of the most popular falls in Western North Carolina. The name "Looking Glass" comes from Looking Glass Rock, where water freezes on its sides in the winter and then glistens in the sunlight like a mirror or looking glass.

How much does it cost to get into Sliding Rock NC? ›

A daily fee $5 per person. Cash, checks and credit cards accepted. Restrictions: No Alcohol or Picnicking Permitted.

How long is the hike to Sliding Rock NC? ›

Head out on this 0.3-mile out-and-back trail near Pisgah Forest, North Carolina. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 6 min to complete. This is a popular trail for walking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. There is a $4/person fee to enter this area.

Is Looking Glass Falls still closed? ›

Due to hazards created by Tropical Storm Fred, the stairs to the lower observation deck and the pool below the falls are closed as of August 28, 2021.
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Current Conditions:Upper viewing platform OPEN. Lower viewing platform CLOSED due to flood impacts.
Open Season:Year-round
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Can you swim in Catawba Falls? ›

There is no clear swimming hole at the base, but as long as you're careful, you can approach the base of the falls. Upper Catawba Falls is a single downpour that splits at the base, running into a clear, deep swimming hole. It's around 50 feet tall, and the water is a bit chilly, so enter with caution.

Why is Little Bradley falls closed? ›

Due to unsafe overcrowding and people ignoring the CDC safety precautions of social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, the agency had closed Big Bradley Falls Trail April 25.

What is Black Mountain NC known for? ›

Named for a mountain range that towers over the town, Black Mountain became a haven for pioneers in the world of art, painting, music, poetry, and architectural design during the mid-twentieth century.

What waterfall was in Last of the Mohicans? ›

The waterfall scene, the fight scene and bathing scene were all filmed at Chimney Rock State Park! If you are in the area be sure to stop in at Chimney Rock State Park, where you can stand at the base of the famous Hickory Nut Falls, the waterfall in the movie!

How many steps are there to the top of Chimney Rock? ›

The Park's 535-million-year-old monolith called Chimney Rock can be accessed via a state-of-the-art elevator or the nearly 500-step Outcroppings Trail. At the top, guests can enjoy 75-mile panoramic views of the Hickory Nut Gorge and Lake Lure.

Is Hickory Nut Falls open? ›

As its name indicates, the trail is open all year long and can be used as a longer route to get to Hickory Nut Falls from the Meadows area. Keep straight again here. Passing through the next gate puts you solidly on the path to the base of the falls.

Is Pearson's Falls open? ›

Pearson's Falls and Glen Quick Guide

Open February to December. Closed January, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. March 1 to October 31: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Gates close at 5:00 pm.

How long is Wildcat Rock Trail? ›

The 3-mile Wildcat Rock Trail climbs about 1,800 feet in elevation, taking you to a 100-foot waterfall, rock climbing area, towering cliffs, and a panoramic lookout point from Wildcat Rock (photo above). It ends in a highland grassland atop Little Bearwallow Mountain, elevation 3,980 feet. It opened in April 2017.

Where is Hickory Nut Gorge? ›

Location. Hickory Nut Gorge is 15 miles southeast of Asheville. It is accessible along US Highway 64 from Hendersonville and Rutherfordton, and via US Highway 9 from Black Mountain.

Can you swim in Linville Falls? ›

Here you'll see two twin falls that begin the falls. Waterflows down two medium size cascades and into a pool, before plunging down into a small gorge, and then exiting out and plunging into the river basin at the main Linville Falls. Swimming is not allowed here, and frankly would be very dangerous.

How much time do you need at Grandfather Mountain? ›

Two hours for a basic visit. over a year ago. take a pack lunch with you and go mid day.. it is a good 2-3 hours to just view.

Can you drive to Linville Falls? ›

Start at the Linville Falls Visitor Center

The 1.5-mile spur road off the Blue Ridge Parkway leads to a very large parking at the Linville Falls Visitor Center. The parking lot has plenty of room for dozens of personal vehicles as well as long parking spots for campers and RVs.

What is special about Blowing Rock? ›

The Blowing Rock is an immense cliff 4,000 feet above sea level, overhanging Johns River Gorge 3,000 feet below. The phenomenon is so called because the rocky walls of the gorge form a flume through which the northwest wind sweeps with such force that it returns light objects cast over the void.

How do you get to the bottom of Linville Falls? ›

To get to the bottom of the falls, return to the main trail and hang a right. After just a few more feet of climbing, you'll crest a small ridge, swing north, and start descending. Past that point, interesting rock formations begin to appear along the trail, and the trail gets much rougher.

How much does it cost to go to Linville Caverns? ›

Admission is $12.00 per adult, $11.00 per senior age 62+,$10.00 per child age 5-12, & children age 4 years & under are free. We appreciate you visiting & your patience as you wait for your tour.

How long is Beacon Heights Trail? ›

Beacon Heights is a short one-mile round-trip hike at Milepost 305.2 on the Blue Ridge Parkway offering a big pay-off with spectacular views from several rock platforms that you can explore safely. It's a best-kept secret for sure since most Parkway visitors do not know about it.

Where do you park for Boone Fork Trail? ›

Boone Fork Trail Hike Guide

Start your hike at the Julian Price Park picnic area – just north of the lake overlook and campground entrance (Milepost 296.4). Find plenty of parking. The trail begins near the restroom building.

Where do you park at Crabtree Falls? ›

Crabtree Falls parking is located on the Blue Ridge Parkway at milemarker 339.5, near Little Switzerland and about 16 miles north of Mt. Mitchell. From Asheville, drive the Parkway 42 miles north. The picnic area is 339.7.

What's the number one attraction in North Carolina? ›

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the top attraction in North Carolina and a must-visit place during your trip. With over 12 million visitors every year, it's the most visited national park in the US.

What county in NC has the most waterfalls? ›

Transylvania County is called the “Land of Waterfalls” due to the 250 waterfalls located throughout the county. Whitewater Falls is the one of the highest waterfalls in the Eastern United States.

How long of a hike is Whitewater Falls? ›

Whitewater Falls is a stunningly beautiful, multi-drop cascading waterfall near Cashiers, NC and the South Carolina state line. It's a gorgeous waterfall, and well worth the half-mile (round trip) hike to view a 400+ foot cascade.

How long is 4 waterfalls walk? ›

The 4 Waterfalls Walk is around 4.5 mile. However, depending on which point you decide to start, the route will vary slightly in length. Here is a breakdown of the distance and the estimated time it will take you to complete the walk directly from the car park.

Is the Four Waterfalls walk hard? ›

The walk is about 5 miles round and is hard going in places so be prepared clothing and footwear wise but the rewards are well worth the effort. It is true to say that I have seen much more spectacular sights for a lot less effort. It is a drive into the beyond and eventually you are directed to a car park.

Is the 4 waterfalls walk signposted? ›

The Four Waterfalls parking and map

I started the walk from Cwn Porth, the smallest but closest car park to the falls. At both car parks, you can view the route for the walk on notice boards as well as buy printed maps in the shops. The walking route is clearly signposted throughout the trails.

What is the number 1 waterfall in the world? ›

1) Niagara Falls, North America

Time and time again, the Niagara Falls has been heralded as the best waterfall in the world. Boasting an enormous 2600 ft in length and 167ft in height, it is one of the top attractions bordering both the USA and Canada.

What is the name of the most beautiful waterfall in the world? ›

Angel Falls, Venezuela

Regarded as the world's highest uninterrupted waterfall, Angel Falls in Venezuela is a sight to behold. The water begins to drop at a cleft near the summit of the Auyán-tepui tabletop mountain into Devil's Canyon.

What is the most visited waterfall in the world? ›

Niagara Falls, USA/Canada

Undoubtedly one of most famous waterfalls in the world, Niagara Falls sits on the border between the United States and Canada meaning that the thundering attraction can be viewed from either country – though the vantage point from the Canadian side is often cited as being the best.

Is Looking Glass Falls kid friendly? ›

Looking Glass Falls is exceptionally kid-friendly. The trail down is all paved and has handrails.

Can you walk behind Looking Glass Falls? ›

Looking Glass Falls near Brevard is arguably one of the most beautiful waterfalls in North Carolina. The 60-foot falls sit inside Pisgah National Forest, just off the Forest Heritage Scenic Byway which is one of our favorite scenic roads. This location means that no hike is required to reach the falls!

Is Looking Glass Falls still closed? ›

Due to hazards created by Tropical Storm Fred, the stairs to the lower observation deck and the pool below the falls are closed as of August 28, 2021.
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At a Glance.
Current Conditions:Upper viewing platform OPEN. Lower viewing platform CLOSED due to flood impacts.
Open Season:Year-round
Usage:Heavy
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Why Is Looking Glass Falls famous? ›

Looking Glass Creek, which flows past the rock, is also named for its impressive natural structure. Its easy accessibility makes Looking Glass Falls a popular spot for travelers along U.S. 276, Forest Heritage Scenic Byway, near Brevard in the Pisgah National Forest.

Why is it called Looking Glass Falls? ›

Looking Glass Falls is one of the most popular falls in Western North Carolina. The name "Looking Glass" comes from Looking Glass Rock, where water freezes on its sides in the winter and then glistens in the sunlight like a mirror or looking glass.

Can you swim at Hickory Nut falls? ›

While there is no swimming or wading in the cool water, there's a picnic table to enjoy a snack or meal with a view. The waterfall is most famous for being featured in the 1992 film The Last of the Mohicans, with the final fight scene at the brink of the falls.

How many waterfalls are in Pisgah National Forest? ›

This area is home to 250 waterfalls, including the highest in the East and some that starred on the big screen. Known as the “Land of Waterfalls,” the Brevard area is home to more than 250 waterfalls, Pisgah National Forest and the endless beauty of North Carolina's Great Smoky Mountains.

How many waterfalls are in Asheville? ›

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While there are hundreds of cascades in the "Land of the Waterfalls," these are our 60+ favorite waterfalls (each with full page guides, photos and videos) in our Blue Ridge Mountains. They are both beautiful and easy to find.

Where is the waterfall in the movie Hacksaw Ridge? ›

Looking Glass Falls, Pisgah National Forest NC

Looking Glass Falls is located in the Cradle of Forest area of Pisgah National Forest, near Brevard NC. This area was previously part of Biltmore Estate, and was sold off to the federal government after George Vanderbilt's passing.

Is Chimney Rock open today? ›

The Park is open! The elevator is in service. Ticket Plaza hours are 8:30am to 5:30pm. Guests can hike until 7pm.

How long is Moore Cove Falls trail? ›

This enchanting trail in Pisgah National Forest is an ideal introduction to hiking for families with younger kids. An easy . 7 mile trail with wooden bridges, steps and boardwalks ends in a 50-foot plunge waterfall over a dramatic rock ledge.

Can you see Cullasaja Falls From road? ›

Cullasaja Falls can be seen from the roadside on US Highway 64 (called Mountain Waters Scenic Highway & Waterfall Byway), 8.8 miles west of Highlands, along a very narrow, curvy stretch of highway through the Cullasaja River Gorge in Nantahala National Forest. What a beautiful cliffside drive.

Can dogs go to Sliding Rock NC? ›

Pets are allowed in the area, but they must be on a leash and cannot slide. To avoid congestion in the parking lot, no picnicking is allowed. Picnic at nearby Pink Beds, four miles away. And find riverside tables nearby along US 276.

What county in NC has the most waterfalls? ›

Transylvania County is called the “Land of Waterfalls” due to the 250 waterfalls located throughout the county. Whitewater Falls is the one of the highest waterfalls in the Eastern United States.

Do you have to pay to get into Pisgah National Forest? ›

COST: It is free to access Pisgah National Forest. Individual attractions, such as the North Carolina Arboretum and the Cradle of Forestry do require admission. HOURS: The forest is open to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Some recreation areas may have their own hours.

What is Pisgah National Forest known for? ›

Pisgah National Forest Waterfalls

Famed for its hardwood forests (including tracts of old growth forests) as well as expansive views, whitewater rapids, babbling streams, waterfalls, hiking trails, and mile-high mountains, Pisgah is a hotbed for outdoor activities and recreational tourism.

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