Montane News

The final homesites in Montane’s first formally planned neighbourhood are available for purchase.

Located on the east end of Piedmont and Sunniva Drives, homesites are situated on the moderately elevated benches south of the Creek Valley Commons.

The Terraces neighbourhood consists of 68 homes and is be the first completed neighbourhood in the Montane community.

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The Montane trails have been busy over the holidays. This past weekend, The Fernie Trails and Ski Touring Club hosted an informal gathering at the new warming hut, which attracted over 200 trail users! It was a perfect winter afternoon spent roasting hot dogs, drinking hot chocolate and eating cookies.

Here’s some photos Montane trail users have shared with us over the past few weeks!

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We love seeing your trail photos, so we have decided to extend our You Play. We Pay promotion into the New Year. Share your pics on the Montane Facebook page and we’ll in turn, donate to the Fernie Trails and Ski Touring Club and continue to support trail building in our community.

Curious to know more about the Montane trails and how to access them? See below for all the details:

Montane, trail system, map

The trails are signed and color-coded as follows: all of the road system on Montane Green trail is snowcat groomed and snowmobile groomed for Nordic Skiing Only. For non-motorized multi-use, all of the Montane Blue trail (10 km), Uprooted and Resurrection are available for walkers, dogs, bikers, snowshoers. Also, the trail along Coal Creek and the trails close to the Montane housing development are being groomed for multi-use.

 This private land is 3 kilometers long and one kilometer wide, covering the area from Coal Creek to Cokato (Roots Trail Powerline) and below the River Road Extension to Cokato Road. The entire property is signed as non-motorized use. Please follow the signage to respect the trails groomed for nordic skiers.
How to get there: One access route is to start from the Fernie Aquatic Centre, follow Pine St for 0.4 km, turn left on Coal Creek road and go past the Old Barn on the right at 0.7 km. Park near the bridge on your right. The trailhead for both the Blue and Green trails is on the other side of the bridge by the large Montane sign.

 

We hope you get outside and enjoy the trails!

This fall The Fernie Trails and Ski Touring Club constructed a new warming hut on the Montane trail system. The club has taken the lead in building the Montane trail network and has been winter grooming for XC skiing and winter biking. The next step was the addition of a warming hut.

The Montane Hut will be open for public use this winter, so come out and enjoy the trails without worrying about the cold!

Click here to see more photos of the warming hut.

Home construction begins at Montane, Fernie the new community next to the historic downtown

FERNIE B.C. Parastone Developments broke ground today on the first home in its new community. Construction has begun on the first home in the master-planned, sustainable community’s first neighbourhood, The Terraces.

Parastone partners Tony Dennis and Jason Smith were on-site for the groundbreaking with hard hats and shovels, and were joined by deputy mayor Jon Levesque and homeowner Jeremiah Macgregor with wife, Terry.

“We’re excited to begin construction on the closest new community to downtown Fernie,” says Tony Dennis, developer and investor in Montane, Fernie. “Now that we’ve reached this milestone, we’re going to start to see our vision turn into a reality. More homeowners will be breaking ground before winter sets in.”

Jeremiah Macgregor and his family were one of the first homebuyers at Montane. Raised in Elkford, Macgregor and his wife have spent their whole lives in the valley and moved to Fernie in 2005 to pursue an outdoor lifestyle. The Fernie local’s number one reason for buying at Montane was location. “You’re in the midst of really nice trails and the creek, but you’re also close to downtown. The location is fantastic and the whole community offers amazing views,” says Macgregor.

While construction has begun on the first home in The Terraces, the community has proven quite popular as there are only 12 homes sites left in the first phase of 45 homes and many homeowners will start building in 2015 and 2016. Montane, Fernie is a sustainable master-planned community designed by Diamond Head Consulting, a progressive environmental consulting firm specializing in ecosystem management, planning and design.

It resides on 600 acres of land, with 70 per cent of the land remaining vacant for parks, courtyards and greenways that will be dispersed throughout individual neighbourhoods. Montane, Fernie is flanked by Brewery Creek and Coal Creek and each home site capitalizes on spectacular mountain views.

Appealing to outdoor enthusiasts seeking an active mountain lifestyle, Montane, Fernie residents will have access to an extensive multi-use trail system from their doorstep, which will be within 100 metres of every home. Developed in partnership with the Fernie Trail Alliance, trails will extend into the backyard wilderness of Castle Mountain and the Morrisey Range.

Montane, Fernie allows for convenient access to the town’s amenities, with residents living within a five to ten minute walk from downtown Fernie. Initially, the community will be comprised of single-family homes and will include cottages, townhomes and estate properties. At full build out, the value of all homes will be more than $200 million. The 12 home sites remaining in The Terraces vary between 6,223 sq. ft. and 11,302 sq. ft. Prices range between $163,900 and $259,000.

Montane, Fernie’s newest option for homebuyers is an innovative cottage design that maximises mountain views and offers minimal maintenance. Featuring copious amount of storage space, The Cottages at Montane are priced to sell in the high $300,000s.

The Cottages at Montane appeal to singles, couples, small families and the weekend warrior. They are small, yet efficient. Residents enjoy generous storage and garages to allow for space for four seasons of outdoor gear. Featuring elevated living spaces, each cottage is strategically positioned to capitalize on views of the dramatic mountain scenery. Parastone is now accepting reservations and will release The Cottages in 2016. A show home is being built in November. Interested parties can register at www.montanefernie.ca.

Parastone has a proven track record with development in Fernie, having completed 901 Fernie, a $30 million restoration of a 1908 Fernie schoolhouse transformed into an iconic building with condominium residences, vacation rentals, and spa and wellness centre.

Quietly nestled deep into the Elk Valley, surrounded by the arching peaks of some of the world’s most beautiful mountain ranges, Fernie is a little piece of heaven.

“I fell in love with it, the moment I saw it,” says Jolanda Redeker, who moved from Calgary a year ago.

She had been commuting on weekends to visit her boyfriend, Joe Bjorkman, who at the time was living in Cranbrook, B.C. But the separation was taking its toll.

“Joe and I were looking for a community where we could settle down long-term,” she recalls.

This young couple – he is 34 and she is 27 – wanted a slower pace of life, with a connected, dynamic and outdoorsy vibe, where they could raise a family. In addition, the go-getting duo wanted a place where they could focus on their careers. Jolanda is real estate broker in the process of opening her own brokerage house – First Choice Realty — and Joe works in plant operations for Teck Mining Co.

And they found the jackpot in Fernie and in particular in a vibrant new 243-hectare master-planned community, Montane, located just a short and scenic five-minute stroll from the funky restaurants and coffee shops housed in brick-clad buildings on the town’s historic main street.

Montane presents a feast for the senses from hectares of unspoiled land with views across to snowcapped peaks, to a brand new 10-kilometre mountain biking, running and cross-country ski trail that winds around the property in a giant loop. The last leg of the trail was completed less than two weeks ago, to many hurrahs by the locals and recreation homeowners alike. An integral part of Montane’s appeal, the trail’s conception and design is a joint venture between Parastone Developments, the developer of Montane, and the Fernie Trail Alliance.

“I wanted this trail to be user-friendly,” says Simon Howse of Parastone Developments. “Most of the trails in Fernie are designed for really experienced bikers. My 10-year-old is the litmus test. If she can do it, then everyone can,” he says.

Sustainability is at the core of the development, which is centred around a 100-year-old barn that was used to house the mine’s coal pit ponies at the turn of the 19th century.

“The barn is sacred. It’s the precedent setting vision for all of Montane,” says Howse.

Future plans include a large orchard and community garden where residents can get their hands dirty and grow their own food and tend to flocks of chickens, plucking fresh eggs and harvesting organic greens and juicy apples.

“The farm will have an educational component,” says Howse, adding that in today’s world it is so important for people to connect to the land and to their food, especially children. “So many young kids have no idea where it comes from.”

Buyers can get as involved in the farm as they wish – they can simply collect a basket of fresh produce every day, or they can have their own plot of land, tilling the soil and communing with nature.

Howse says that the Montane community garden will be a three-tiered system with amenity costs hovering around $500 annually per household.

“I’m not much of a gardener, but I love the idea of a community garden,” says Jolanda. “But I hope I can learn how to grow my own food, because we love to cook and everyone knows that fresher is better.”

Armed with a strong design vision (Jolanda is passionate about interior design), the couple is actively searching out an architect and builder to create their mountain dream home.

“We are currently looking at our options, but definitely plan on using local companies,” says Jolanda.

The two-storey home with walk-out lower level will embrace a mountain-modern theme with stone and timber frame accents. Outdoor terraces, floor-to-ceiling windows and a second-level loft space overlooking the two-storey great room are a few features that will capitalize on the stunning scenery. “We want to be able to enjoy an amazing view from anywhere in the house,” she says.

Everything about Montane will unfold organically, from small pods of home sites (there will be 140 lots in total) released over several phases, to the grass-roots fuelled community garden and on-site craft brewery (yes, that’s in the plans, too). The property is flanked by Coal Creek and straddles Brewery Creek, the site of Fernie’s first local brewery founded in the early 1900s – it has long since closed its doors, just waiting for an infusion of new energy and life.

Adding to the selection of single-family lots, Parastone recently launched a collection of contemporary cottages, starting with four two-storey, 1,000-square-foot homes with large terraces and beautiful, sweeping mountain views.

“We’ve taken a mountain modern design approach to create comfortable and inviting homes,” says Catherine Chernoff, the Calgary-based architect behind The Cottages at Montane. Chernoff is no stranger to the subtle nuances of mountain esthetic and has aptly created design magic throughout the town of Fernie, most notably for her design of the Brickhouse Bar and Grill. Her talent embraces a gentle sensitivity to the landscape while infusing depth and texture with rich materials. Cottage buyers will be able to choose from a selection of designer palettes integrating contemporary, mountain-themed colours and finishes.

Howse says that Parastone is set to break ground on the cottages in early November with occupancy slated for summer of 2016. Prices start in the mid-$300,000s, including home and strata title.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

PROJECT: Montane

DEVELOPER: Parastone Developments

PRICE: Lot prices start at $163,900 and range upwards to $259,000, not including taxes. Mountain modern cottage homes with strata title start in the mid-$300,000s.

INFORMATION: To register and for more information www.montanefernie.ca/register/.

FERNIE, B.C. Parastone Developments, creators of Montane, Fernie, announced today the new additions to the Town’s multi-use, non-motorized trail network. Constructed in partnership with the Fernie Trail Alliance (FTA), three existing trails located on the land of Fernie’s newest community have been upgraded, and a new trail that links them together is now complete. Mountain bikers of all ages can now enjoy a safe and diversified riding experience.

Following one year of trail building and upgrading, the FTA has completed the first phase of construction on the Montane Trail. Cross-country riders can now enjoy a ten-kilometre loop on varied terrain. Catering to beginners, the “Montane Green” trail that spans four kilometres and was previously a forestry logging road, has been upgraded to double track. As an alternative to “Montane Green”, more advanced riders can test their skills on six kilometres of new single track on “Montane Blue.” Accessible from Coal Creek Road, the Montane Trail conveniently feeds into three existing trails and allows for easy access to Fernie’s Castle Mountain trail network.

“The majority of the new trails at Montane are classed as green and blue single track and cater to families and intermediate riders,” says Pat Gilmar, a director of the Fernie Trail Alliance. “Advanced riders can test their skills on more challenging trails, that feed into the greater trail network. Riders of all abilities can now enjoy a safe and fun riding experience.”

Gilmar continues, “Use of the Montane Trail has increased hugely since the upgrade was completed. The trail currently sees several hundreds of visitors per day by locals and traffic doubles on the weekends with out-of-towners coming out to experience some of the best trails in Canada. The popularity of this trail justifies the time and effort we invested in improving it. It’s not only mountain bikers that will enjoy an enhanced experience; trail runners and hikers, as well as those skiing and snowshoeing in the winter will also enjoy the trail.”

Further construction by the FTA included adjusting the main existing trail at Montane called “Uprooted” to accommodate the future development. Route changes are now complete on “Roots Trail”, located at the south end of the property, which has seen its grade reduced to improve erosion control. “Resurrection”, located on the north end of the property, has also been upgraded. There are currently 14 kilometres of trails at Montane for riders to enjoy.

“Some of these trails have been here as long as 20 years and we respect that,” says Simon Howse, general manager of Parastone and investor in Montane. “We will continue to work with the Fernie Trail Alliance to build and maintain a safe and sustainable trail network for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy.”

Appealing to an active community, all Montane residents will be within 100 metres of a bike path or pedestrian walking trail, allowing for direct access to Fernie’s downtown. The extensive multi-use trail system links into the Castle Mountain Trail Network on the south side of Coal Creek and consists of 25 kilometres of single track. Also in close proximity, the Ridemount Trail System on the north side of Coal Creek offers riders approximately 30 additional kilometres of single track.

According to Gilmar, it took approximately a dozen FTA work parties consisting of 20 volunteers on average to complete the upgrades since they began in July 2014. An additional, four kilometers of single track that is rated moderate blue or easy black is estimated to be complete by snowfall.

The FTA is responsible for all for non-motorized trail, management, construction and maintenance on Crown lands and private lands in the Fernie area.

Fernie’s Montane will include an amphitheatre, garden and landmark converted barn

Listening to the rustling leaves of aspen and birch trees and eyeing the soaring peaks of the Canadian Rockies encircling you, you could be forgiven for thinking you were enjoying a summer day in Jasper or Banff. In fact, this is Fernie, where excavators are busy installing services for lots in the 243-hectare Montane residential development, just a five-minute walk from the middle of the historic southeast B.C. coal mining city.

Simon Howse, an Aussie expatriate and general manager of Parastone Developments, recently spent a morning conducting a tour of the site, explaining how the original development concept called for homes around a multimillion-dollar exclusive golf course designed by golf pro Greg Norman. The idea failed to get off the ground, and the site lay ignored for more than a decade.

Then came a fateful meeting in San Francisco between Howse and the landowners, a U.S.-based hedge fund. Howse presented an entirely new concept based on a community-shared farm garden, a beautiful 100-year-old barn and a sprawling network of publicly accessible trails for walking, hiking and mountain biking, and for cross-country skiing in winter. An estimated 70 per cent of the land will be kept as greenways and parks throughout Montane.

“As I was explaining it to the landowners, the head guy gets up and says he’ll be back in a minute,” Howse said. “He comes back in with a jar of honey and says, ‘My wife has got bees — a taste.’” The deal followed shortly after. Howse says the shift away from golf makes sense for Montane. There are already several courses in the area. Buyers evidently like the idea because Montane’s first two stages in the 45-lot Terraces neighbourhood sold out earlier this year.

Howse has erected a billboard-mounted map on the road to the property to show what a community based on a shared garden and trails looks like. There is a large area dedicated to farmland and community garden, with a resident gardener. Owners will have the choice of raising their own produce or purchasing from the garden. Other amenities include an amphitheatre, events pavilion, market plaza and playground for kids.

A special feature is a 100-year-old barn — currently home to miniature ponies, it calls to mind the pit ponies used years ago to haul thermal coal out of the nearby mines — which will be a community gathering place. On Coal Creek, which skirts the development, Parastone plans to enhance a local swimming area.

Elsewhere, bike and pedestrian paths would give residents direct access to Fernie’s downtown, which Rolling Stone magazine dubbed the coolest town in North America and Outside magazine ranked as among its top 20 dream towns. It has also been voted as one of the top powder ski destinations, and the area draws tens of thousands of mountain bikers each year to its extensive trail system.

The city of 5,000, located 585 kilometres east of Vancouver, offers many of the modern amenities of a city, including the Elk Valley Hospital, a campus of the College of the Rockies, an aquatic centre and mountain bike and skate park.

August 19, 2015 by Shane Bryson

Homebuyers and visiting recreationalists alike are sure to be tempted by a number of options at Montane, the more than 600-acre planned community being developed just south of Fernie, off Coal Creek Road.

Pitched perfect for Fernie’s vacationer recreationalists, the most recent purchase option is one of The Cottages, which form part of The Terraces, the first neighbourhood to be developed in Montane. There are four cottages in total, positioned “to optimize views of the dramatic mountain scenery” (Castle Mountain and the Morrissey Range) and “designed to complement natural surroundings,” according to an August press release from the company.

The two-storey cottages advertise an abundance of storage space for outdoor gear of any description, with entry space and single-car garages. The cottages are on “fully serviced, strata managed lots,” meaning that the maintenance of the lot, including snow removal and landscaping, are taken care of for the owners even when they’re not around.

While they are advertised as “small, efficient, and affordable,” all come complete with two bedrooms and two bathrooms on the upper floor. Calgary architect Catherine Chernoff (credited with designing The Brick House Bar & Grill) is the principal architect of the cottages’ interior design team. “We’ve taken a ‘mountain modern’ design approach to create comfortable and inviting homes,” she says of the buildings.

Two of the homes measure 1,245 sq. ft., with an open kitchen, dining, and living area on the main floor. These feature a two-storey living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, meant to allow residents get the most out of the view. The other two measure 1,105 sq. ft., featuring a living area on the upper floor area and adding a covered carport to allow more storage in the garage. These two also boast 12’ by 12’ deck.

Construction is now underway, and would-be buyers are advised to make reservations for The Cottages at Montane early, before the homes are officially up for sale on Sept. 5 (to reservation holders only). Buyers are expected to be able to move in next spring or summer.

Starting at 169,000, sales opened August 9 for homes that are part the third and final phase of the 45-home neighbourhood that is The Terraces. At completion, Montane’s homes are expected to have a total value of $200 million. The developing company, Parastone Developments, will be familiar to local residents from its work restoring the 1908 Fernie schoolhouse, creating 901 Fernie.

The Cottages at Montane are small, efficient & offer an affordable solution for homebuyers seeking a mountain lifestyle

FERNIE, B.C. Parastone Developments announced today the launch of a new, innovative, contemporary cottage design that maximises mountain views and offers residents minimal maintenance. Integrated into the first stage of homesites within Montane’s first neighbourhood, The Terraces, The Cottages at Montane feature ample storage space. Homebuyers now have a new option to purchase a cottage in the closest new community to Fernie’s Historic Downtown.

“Our research shows a product like this is not common but it’s what homebuyers are demanding,” says Simon Howse, general manager of Parastone and investor in Montane. “The traditional Canadian cottage can be a lot of work to maintain. The Cottages at Montane will reside on a fully serviced, strata managed lot, promising residents minimal upkeep and maintenance. This gives outdoor enthusiasts more time to enjoy our four-season playground.”

Located on a generous parcel of land, The Cottages at Montane include four homes that stretch into the backyard wilderness of Castle Mountain and the Morrissey Range. Appealing to singles, couples, small families and the weekend warrior, The Cottages at Montane are small, yet efficient. Residents will enjoy entry space, generous storage and single car garages to allow for space for four seasons of outdoor gear. Featuring elevated living spaces, each cottage is purposely positioned to optimize views of the dramatic mountain scenery.

Phillip Jones, broker/owner at Royal LePage East Kootenay, says in the 2015 Recreational Property report released by LePage that demand for recreational property in the East Kootenay region has been busy since last fall. It is expected to remain strong for the rest of the year, as buyers are attracted to the natural beauty and milder weather of the area compared to other parts of Canada. Howse anticipates the cottages to be popular amongst weekend vacationers that visit Fernie for its outdoor activities. “The East Kootenays boast the most sunshine hours in BC, which makes Fernie a fantastic second home destination. The winter days seem longer and summer days warmer.”

Homebuyers will have two floor plans to choose from that have been strategically designed to complement natural surroundings. All homes feature two bedrooms and two bathrooms on the upper floor. Thoughtfully planned for Main Floor Living, two homes measuring 1,245 sq. ft. feature convenient entry from the garage to the entryway, leading directly into an open kitchen, dining and living area. The innovative floor plan features a two-storey living room with floor to ceiling windows that allow for ample light for residents to enjoy spectacular mountain views.

Buyers can opt for Upper Floor Living with two 1,105 sq. ft. floor plans. This floor plan features a garage and covered carport to allow for ample storage of outdoor gear and was deliberately planned to keep the outdoors out. Residents will enjoy an open concept Upper Floor Living area that extends into the outdoors with a spacious 12’ by 12’ deck.

Parastone is now accepting reservations for The Cottages at Montane. Interested parties can register their interest at www.montainfernie.ca. Construction on the first cottage will begin this summer and move-in is anticipated for spring/summer 2016.

The Cottages at Montane were designed by Calgary architect, Catherine Chernoff. “We’ve taken a ‘”mountain modern” design approach to create comfortable and inviting homes,” says Catherine Chernoff, principal architect of The Cottages at Montane interior design team. “Our interior design team is finalizing a limited selection of interior palettes to choose from to beautifully finish each home.” Employing a gentle sensitivity to the landscape and choice of materials in all her projects, Chernoff is best known in Fernie for her design of The Brickhouse Bar & Grill.

Reservations are now being accepted for Phase Three, the final phase in Montane’s first neighbourhood, The Terraces. Interested parties have 17 homesites to choose from starting at $169,000. Sales open August 9. The Terraces neighbourhood consists of a total of 45 homes and will complete the first phase of the multi-stage 660-acre community. At full build out, the value of all homes will be more than $200 million.

Montane, Fernie is the vision of Parastone Developments. Parastone has a proven track record with development in Fernie, having completed 901 Fernie, a $30 million restoration of a 1908 Fernie schoolhouse transformed into an iconic building with condominium residences, vacation rentals, and spa and wellness centre.

Following the success and sell out of Stage One and high demand for Stage Two, Fernie investor and developer Parastone Developments recently announced the launch of Stage Three of its $200 million master-planned community, Montane, Fernie.

Located one kilometre from Fernie’s historic downtown, Stage Three of Montane, Fernie will be available for sale in early August. Buyers will have 17 home sites to choose from with prices ranging between $169,000 and $245,000. Lots vary in size from approximately 0.17 acres and 0.26 acres. All home sites offer spectacular views of mountain scenery.

“The release of Stage Three is a big milestone for us, as it means we’re on our way to completing the final stage of The Terraces, our first neighbourhood,” said Simon Howse, general manager of Parastone and investor in Montane, Fernie.

“The high demand we’ve seen for Stage One and Two is an indication of the gap we’re filling in the market. Outdoor enthusiasts can now live an active mountain lifestyle in a community located within a five minute walk from downtown Fernie.”

Located on the east end of Piedmont and Sunniva Drives, Stage Three home sites are situated on the moderately elevated benches south of the Creek Valley Commons and will include a collection of single family homes and cottages.

“Montane is Fernie’s fastest selling mountain community,” Howse said. “We’re anticipating strong sales with our Final Stage release so I encourage interested parties that are hoping to join our active mountain community to act quickly.”

Appealing to an active community, Montane, Fernie residents will have direct access to Fernie’s downtown via pedestrian walking trails and an extensive bike path network located within 100 meters of every home. Developed in partnership with the Fernie Trail Alliance, mountain biking trails stretch into the backyard wilderness of Castle Mountain and the Morrisey Range.

Parks and greenways will be scattered throughout the neighbourhood. It is anticipated that more than 70 per cent of the land will remain green space accessible to Montane, Fernie residents and the public. The Terraces neighbourhood consists of a total of 45 homes and will complete the first phase of the multi-stage, 600-acre community. At full build out, the value of all homes will be more than $200 million.

Montane, Fernie is flanked by Brewery Creek and Coal Creek, and enjoys being the closest new community to Fernie’s Historic Downtown.

Parastone has now completed servicing for all Stage One homes. Anticipated to close by the end of the month, Parastone has announced that there are only two remaining home sites available in Stage Two.

Interested parties can register at www.montanefernie.ca to receive more information on Stage Three.

Fernie offers all the modern amenities and services of a regional centre, including the Fernie Hospital, the College of the Rockies, an aquatic centre and skate park, as well as public and private K-12 educational facilities.

Montane, Fernie is the vision of Parastone Developments. Parastone has a proven track record with development in Fernie, having completed 901 Fernie, a $30 million restoration of a 1908 Fernie schoolhouse transformed into an iconic building with condominium residences, vacation rentals, and spa and wellness centre.

Other projects include Veneto Place Properties and several residential and commercial projects throughout the Elk Valley and Cranbrook.

Rolling Stone magazine dubbed Fernie the “Coolest Town in North America” and Outside magazine ranked it among its “Top 20 Dream Towns.”

It is known to have some of the most outstanding mountain stream fishing in the Rocky Mountains.

Fernie offers a variety of outdoor activities including mountain biking, downhill and cross country skiing, hiking, boating, golfing, rafting and paddling and wildlife viewing.

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