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Complete Guide To Visiting Buttermilk Falls State Park NY

Complete Guide To Visiting Buttermilk Falls State Park NY

Frothing waterfalls, jagged gorges and natural beauty in abundance are the highlights of a gorge trail day hike at Buttermilk Falls State Park in the popular Finger Lakes region of New York.

Buttermilk Falls State Park is much smaller than nearby Robert H Treman State Park and its signature hike, the Buttermilk Falls Gorge and Rim loop trail is a fraction of the distance compared to the Robert Treman 5 mile loop.

That means less time hiking and more time admiring the scenic Buttermilk Creek.

In our detailed guide, we will show you:

  • Where to find Buttermilk Falls State Park
  • Entrance fee and parking at information
  • 10 best things to do at Buttermilk Falls
  • Buttermilk Falls State Park hiking trails
  • Best time of year and day to visit
  • Where to eat and stay nearby
  • Tips for your visit

By the end of this guide, you will know exactly what to expect when visiting Buttermilk Falls State Park in upstate NY.

Now, let’s hike the Buttermilk Falls Gorge Trail!

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Our Buttermilk Falls State Park Experience

Why trust us to help with planning your visit to Buttermilk Falls?

Well, for starters Kristen is a Finger Lakes native, growing up in a small town just 85 miles from Ithaca. We also temporarily lived in the region when Mark first moved to the US in 2019 so we have hiked Buttermilk Falls Gorge Trail several times.

Having traveled the US extensively, we think the Finger Lakes region in upstate New York is one of the most striking places to visit in America.

This region offers a myriad of gorgeous topography and a fabulous wine scene not to mention it’s one of the best places in the US to experience vibrant colors of the fall foliage.

While we no longer live in the area, Kristen’s family still lives in upstate New York and we always return to this beautiful area several times a year.

What Can You Expect From This Guide?

This comprehensive first time visitor guide covers everything you need to plan the perfect visit to Buttermilk Falls State Park in upstate New York.

You will find information about parking and entrance fees, a walk through of the entire Rim and Gorge Trail loop, camping information as well as nearby hotel and restaurant options.

Our main focus is to provide you with hiking and photography insights along the spectacular Gorge Trail at Buttermilk Falls in Ithaca NY.

We want you to be fully prepared so you can make the most of your visit to Buttermilk Falls State Park Gorge.

Buttermilk Falls State Park Factfile

  • State Park: Buttermilk Falls
  • City: Ithaca
  • State: New York
  • Address: 112 E Buttermilk Falls Rd
  • Telephone: (607) 273-3440
  • Campgrounds: 25
  • Cabins: 18
  • Area: 811 Acres
  • Things To Do: Hiking, swimming, waterfalls, photography, camping
  • Major Waterfall: Buttermilk Falls (165 ft high cascade)
  • Open: All year (gorge trail closed in winter)
  • Annual Visitors: ~200,000

The park’s namesake Buttermilk Falls is a 165 ft high cascade waterfall with multiple tiers, bursting out of a wooded hill like a waterslide made of rock.

However, the most captivating area of this family friendly park lies further upstream, where sharply twisting ravines have eroded due to the perpetual flow of water plummeting towards Cayuga Lake.

Where Is Buttermilk Falls State Park?

Buttermilk Falls State Park is ideally situated just 3 miles from central Ithaca, NY.

Ithaca is the perfect base for exploring Buttermilk Falls, as well as Robert H Treman, Taughannock Falls and even Watkins Glen State Parks as part of a wider Finger Lakes road trip.

From downtown Ithaca, simply follow NY-13A South for around 10 minutes until you see signs for Buttermilk Falls State Park.

The park entrance is straight ahead as you turn off NY-13A S.

Buttermilk Falls Google Maps Location.

Driving Distances And Airports

Let’s take a quick look at driving distances and times to Buttermilk Falls State Park from nearby major cities as well as the closest airports to Buttermilk Park for you to consider if visiting from further afield.

Buttermilk Falls distance from nearby major cities:

  • Binghamton, NY – 52 miles (1h 5m)
  • Syracuse, NY – 58 miles (1h 5 m)
  • Rochester, NY – 90.5 miles (1h 45 m)
  • Scranton, PA – 110 miles (2h 0m)
  • Buffalo, NY – 160 miles (2 h 55m)
  • Albany, NY – 160 miles (3h 10 m)

Waterfalls and wineries draw visitors to New York’s Finger Lakes, particularly in summer and fall.

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Here are the closest airports near Buttermilk Falls State Park:

  • Ithaca Tompkins International Airport (ITH) – 7miles (15m)
  • Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR) – 67 miles (1h 20m)
  • Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) – 97 miles (1h 50m)

Buttermilk Falls Entrance Fee And Parking

Overflow parking lot at Buttermilk Falls State Park near Ithaca New York
Overflow parking lot at Buttermilk Falls State Park

Visitors do not pay an entrance fee to gain entry into Buttermilk Falls State Park, which means you do not have to pay anything to walk the Buttermilk Falls Gorge Trail.

In addition, you do not need a reservation to enter Buttermilk Falls State Park. It is free to enter from dawn to dusk during open season for as long as you desire.

Buttermilk Falls State Park is free to enter but you will pay US$ 9 for parking your vehicle (from 1 April through 30 November 6.00am – 6.30pm). Payment is not taken at the gate but at a machine where you can pay cash or card.

Let’s take a look at official parking areas and our tips on how you can beat the crowds when parking.

Buttermilk Falls Lower Entrance Parking (And Overflow)

Parking at Finger Lakes State Parks can be challenging on weekends between Spring and Fall, particularly on holiday weekends. Plan accordingly and arrive early if possible to avoid the chaos.

We visited Buttermilk State Falls on Labor Day and there was a line of at least 10 cars waiting on a one-in one-out basis. We almost gave up but it turns out there is an overflow parking lot 1 minute drive away.

So, if you ever find yourself in a long line to enter, turn around and head back to NY-13A, turn left (away from Ithaca) and drive for 15-20 seconds, take the very first left turn and you’ll find the overflow car park on your right.

Once you’ve paid at the ticket machine, all you need to do is walk across the road and down a short path to the park entrance.

The main car park (and overflow) are situated at the lowest elevation of Buttermilk Falls State Park, which means you will ascend first before looping around and descending back to the entrance.

Buttermilk Falls Upper Entrance Parking

Your other alternative is to park at the upper entrance parking lot, which locals tend to use. You will then begin the Gorge or Rim hike at the highest elevation, descend first and loop back with an ascent to Upper entrance.

There is a further hike beginning at upper entrance to Lake Treman on Bear Trail. The parking lot is much smaller but could be a good option on a busy day.

To reach upper entrance from Ithaca, instead of driving NY-13A S, take Spencer Road to Stone Quarry Road and W King Road.

Buttermilk Falls Waterfall

Ithaca NY State Park Buttermilk Falls Main Entrance waterfall running dry
The beautiful Buttermilk Falls waterfall (with low water levels in September)

When you first enter the State Park you can’t miss 165ft high Buttermilk Falls flanked heavily on both sides by dense and overgrown trees. 

The name Buttermilk was derived from the water’s creamy and foaming appearance as it cascades down the huge wide open angled slab of rock into a refreshing pool, perfect for jumping in on a hot day.

It’s difficult to see from the bottom, but the falls are multi layered and twist around the gorge as it disappears from view.

If you visit in Fall after a Summer drought (as we did!), there will little more than a trickle running down Buttermilk Falls’ giant tiered rock face.

In Spring and early Summer, Buttermilk Falls is much more lively and impressive.

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10 Best Things To Do At Buttermilk Falls State Park

If you are looking for things to do at Buttermilk Falls, this state park has something for the entire family. This is a very popular spot for swimming because of the beautiful natural pool.

Here are 10 things you can do at Buttermilk Falls State Park:

  1. Have a BBQ
  2. Go camping
  3. Rent a pavilion
  4. Try your luck fishing
  5. Hike any of the 7 trails
  6. Hunt for deer in bow season
  7. Enjoy a game in the play field
  8. Let the kids play on the playground
  9. Take a dip in the natural swimming pool
  10. Learn on the Buttermilk Falls Gorge Tour

You can find more information about a Buttermilk Falls hunting permit here.

Buttermilk Falls State Park Trails

Hiking is one of main attractions at Buttermilk Falls State Park and there are a total of seven Buttermilk Falls hiking trails.

The most popular hike at Buttermilk Falls is the the Gorge Trail which is 0.65 miles one way. This Gorge Trail is often combined with the Rim Trail (0.82 miles) to make a 1.47 mile loop.

Here are the seven Buttermilk Falls hikes (distances are one way):

  1. Bear Trail (BT) – 0.67 miles
  2. Finger Lakes Trail Spur (FLTS) – 1.15 miles
  3. Gorge Trail (GT) – 0.65 miles
  4. Larch Meadow Trail (LM) – 1.02 miles
  5. Lake Treman Trail (LT) – 1.29 miles
  6. Owl Creek Trail (OC) – 0.80 miles
  7. Rim Trail (RT) – 0.82 miles

If you have already hiked the Rim and Gorge Trail Loop, you should try hiking some of the other Buttermilk Falls trails.

Use this Buttermilk Falls State Park trail map here to find new trails.

Buttermilk Falls State Park Gorge And Rim Trail Loop Hike

Let’s walk through a hike taking Rim trail and gaining elevation to the top, before looping round and hiking down Gorge trail back to the entrance.

The Rim Trail begins around 50 meters from Buttermilk Falls in the main parking lot and the Gorge Trail ends on the opposite side of Buttermilk Falls.

Buttermilk Falls Gorge and Rim Trail Loop distance: 1.5 miles roundtrip

Hiking difficulty rating: Moderate

Difficulty is listed as moderate because portions of the Rim trail are steep.

The turning point is at Upper entrance where you can continue along Bear Trail to Lake Treman.

By including Bear Trail and the Lake Treman loop you will add on a further 1.5 miles to the total distance listed below (for a total of 3 miles hiking).

You can check out the recent comments on AllTrails to see what hikers have recently said about Gorge and Rim Trail Loop hiking conditions.

1. Grind Out The Steep Rim Trail Ascent

Rim trail climbing quite steeply and through lovely forested land
The wooded section of the Buttermilk Falls Rim Trail ascent

Begin your hike up Rim trail in the main parking lot not far from the block of restrooms.

We are going to upfront with you here, hiking up Rim trail is surprisingly grueling and not a huge amount of fun. It’s only a short hike in total but you have to gain 600 feet in 3/4 mile.

Stick with it though, returning on Gorge trail is worth the initial effort.

It was hot and humid the afternoon we scrambled up Rim trail at Buttermilk Falls and those pools down in the gorge were looking mighty tempting!

You will walk along muddy dirt paths through sun blocking canopy as you gain elevation and follow the creekside. Be careful of tree roots and large stones sticking out of the ground.

Winding road leading to north entrance of Ithaca state park in New York
A section of the Rim trail will pass by the main road

The trail starts steeper and gradually flattens out as you get higher.

There are a few areas you can see down into the gorge and people wading in shallow water but you can’t really get any good photographs from the Rim trail.

Poor angles, dim light and overgrown vegetation prevent clean views. There is also a bridge you can cross in Gorge trail to cut the hike short, but you will miss the best section of Gorge Trail.

Eventually you will reach a twisting road corkscrewing its way through the forest. Upper entrance is directly across the road but you will cross the bridge over Buttermilk Creek to your right instead.

Bear Trail to Treman Lake is to your left, but we will take the right onto Gorge Trail for the purpose of this walkthrough.

2. Top Half Of The Stunning Gorge Trail Descent

Bridge marking the turnaround point to access gorge trail from rim trail at buttermilk falls state park Ithaca ny
The beautiful stone bridge at Buttermilk Falls State Park

It’s time reap the rewards for thrashing out the steep Rim trail climb.

As you descend the first few steps you will notice the stone bridge you just crossed is extremely attractive, but it’s about to get a whole lot better.

Stone staircase next to gorge in Ithaca ny
A stone staircase cascading down to the Gorge Trail

The top section of the Gorge Trail begins with the creek narrowing and features sharp shelf-like edges combined with smooth and soft bowl shaped pools.

Although the water flow is lighter in Fall, it allows greater depth of detail throughout the eroded sandstone rocks to be appreciated.

The gorge is incredibly scenic and ornate stone staircases add a ‘lost world’ element to the environment, making it perfect for photographers.

Stunning waterfall and pools on gorge trail in buttermilk falls state park Ithaca ny finger lakes
Multiple pools along the Gorge Trail at Buttermilk Falls

Before long you will reach the most beautiful part of Buttermilk Creek. Water snakes intricately through the gorge, carving through dark rock and plunging gently from shelf to shelf.

Look at how the deep green foliage of early Fall contrasts wonderfully against the dark and sharp rock formations.

Epic gorge and waterfalls with plunge pools on gorge trail at buttermilk falls state park Ithaca ny finger lakes
Our favorite section along the Gorge Trail

Small but surprisingly deep pools are easily accessible from the main Gorge hiking trail.

Several signs warn against swimming and we recommend you save your swimming for the life guarded natural pool located near the main Buttermilk Falls.

The no swimming signs are in place for a reason to protect us and the environment. You should use extreme caution if going off the trail for any reason because the water levels can be extremely dangerous.

3. Bottom Half Of The Gorge Trail Descent

Pinnacle Rock sandstone formation in creek
The stunning stone walkway through Buttermilk Falls State Park

The bottom section of Gorge trail takes you past intriguing rock formations such as Pulpit Rock, which do make you wonder how they survived.

In truth, the bottom half is less dramatically and visually stunning as this top so plan to spend more time at the upper section.

But with that said, the lower section of the Gorge trail is often quieter for this reason so it might be a good place to slow down and enjoy the views thoroughly.

Picturesque gorge and waterfall near Ithaca ny finger lakes
Several small pools along the Gorge Trail

Although this part of the gorge is slightly less dramatic, we don’t want to do the rest of the trail an injustice. There are still lovely wispy waterfalls and ledges to enjoy as you descend the final sections.

Notice how much more smooth and rounded the creek is here when compared to higher up?

Waterfall running almost dry in state park near Ithaca ny finger lakes into a green plunge pool
A large pool filled by a small wispy waterfall

You will pass yet more waterfalls plunging softly into emerald green pools below.

In spring and early summer, these portions would be far more interesting as deeper and more powerful falls crashed through the creek.

Wispy waterfall in a gorge near Ithaca ny
Several small cascading waterfalls along the Buttermilk Falls Gorge Trail

The final few falls on Gorge trail cascade onto wide ledges which would certainly spray the path when in full flow.

When we visited, families with young children were wading out onto the ankle deep shelves at the bottom of these gentle ledge falls.

The trail finally ends with an overlook half way up Buttermilk Falls for you to appreciate its full size and angled slope from close up.

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Photography At Buttermilk Falls State Park

Buttermilk Falls State Park Photography Fall colors foliage yellows
The stunning pools of water along the Gorge Trail

Buttermilk Falls is a fantastic environment to shoot nature photography.

The perfect time to arrive would be early on an overcast October weekday for brilliant Autumnal colors, no crowds and ideal light. But not everyone can be so selective so arriving early is our best advice.

Smartphones are more than capable for social media platforms but if you want to take home some extra special images you’ll need to remember a few things:

  • Use a mirrorless or DSLR camera and a lens with focal length between 12 – 24 for wider shots as well as a tripod.
  • There are a few places you could set your camera on a wall very gently if you forget your tripod. Put a spare hoodie or jacket between the wall and your camera.
  • You need stability to create the silky water appearance by shooting from anywhere around 0.3 seconds to 3 seconds using shutter speed priority mode.
  • Start at 1 second exposure and then make more images at faster and slower shutter speed until you are happy with how the water looks.
  • Visit early in the day before intense daylight but if it is bright, use an ND filter to stop down the light.
  • The top half of Gorge trail is by far the best photography location at Buttermilk Falls State Park.
  • If you’re a beginner, shoot in RAW & JPEG. You can use your jpeg now but once you have more experience you will be grateful for the RAW file you can go back to and edit.

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Kristen stood next to a life guard seat in front of a swimming pool at the bottom of a waterfall
Kristen standing by the natural swimming pool at Buttermilk Falls State park

What Facilities Are Available At Buttermilk Falls State Park?

The main entrance of the park has restrooms, playgrounds and playing fields for the kids. You can find plenty of green space for relaxing and picnics.

There are no restaurants or cafes at the park, but there are a number of grills and picnic tables so you can bring your own barbecue grub along.

Are Dogs Allowed At Buttermilk Falls State Park?

Yes, dogs are allowed on the trails at Buttermilk Falls State Park, but must be kept on leashes no longer than 6 feet.

Is Swimming Allowed At Buttermilk Falls State Park?

Yes, there is a natural stream-fed swimming pool at the base of Buttermilk Falls (main entrance). Swimming is only permitted between for a short period between July and August.

Adverse weather often means swimming is closed to the public so it’s a good idea to check ahead of your visit.

Please do not swim in the pools located along the Gorge Trail and save your swimming for this area.

Best Time To Visit Buttermilk Falls State Park

Mark posing for a photo along the Gorge Trail

As we’ve mentioned many times, Buttermilk Falls State Park will be extremely busy on weekends between April and October, particularly during holidays.

From experience, we recommend staying clear on these days unless it’s the only time you can make your visit.

Best Time Of Year

The last week of September and first week of October are the two best weeks of the year to hike Buttermilk Falls Gorge Trail. This time of year brings vibrant fall foliage and the gorge truly comes alive with color.

We don’t recommend visiting Buttermilk Falls in Winter or Spring when the Gorge Trail is closed. It is by far the best thing to do here, so it would be a shame if you missed out.

Summer is hot and busy at Buttermilk Falls. You also won’t get fall colors, but you will see lush emerald green leaves lighting up the gorge which are also very attractive.

In April, the Gorge Trail will reopen after the spring scaling season. This is the best time of year to see heavily flowing waterfalls and experience comfortable hiking conditions.

If you are visiting the Finger Lakes in winter and want to hike a Gorge Trail, head to Taughannock Falls State Park and hike to the impressive waterfall which will likely be frozen.

Best Time Of Day

Early morning is by far the best time of day to hike Buttermilk Falls Gorge Trail. You will beat the crowds and be able to take photos with no people around.

Aim to arrive at 6:00am and be the first car in the lot at the main entrance so you can be the first person on the trails.

Late afternoon is the best alternative as most people are leaving for dinner or to beat a dark drive home.

When To Avoid

Buttermilk Falls Gorge Trail is extremely busy on weekends between April and October, particularly holiday weekends.

We recommend avoiding the rush between 11:00am – 2:00pm.

Not only will your photos have loads of people, but you will also have to deal with waiting around as others block the tunnels or bridges.

The only way to enjoy your Buttermilk Falls State Park experience is to visit when it isn’t packed full.

Where To Eat Near Buttermilk Falls State Park

The popular college town of Ithaca is right on your doorstep at Buttermilk Falls.

Below we have listed some of the best local restaurants but don’t forget you are in the famous Finger Lakes wine region and there are plenty of winery options nearby.

If none of those options work or you need a quick bite before moving on, you can find plenty of the typical chain restaurants to the Southwest of Ithaca, just over 1 mile away from Buttermilk Falls State Park main entrance.

But try to support the local restaurants when you can!

Hotels Near Buttermilk Falls State Park

Are you planning to visit Robert H Treman, Buttermilk Falls and Taughannock Falls on a Finger Lakes road trip? 

Consider staying South of Ithaca one night for Treman and Buttermilk, before moving North of Ithaca the next day for Taughannock.

Or maybe you would prefer to set up base in the built up downtown area of Ithaca for a long weekend?

There are a number of excellent options for staying in and around Ithaca but remember the more flexible your dates, the better chance you have of saving money.

Let’s take a look at some of the best hotel options in and near Ithaca, NY:

Southwest Ithaca For Buttermilk Falls And Robert H. Treman State Parks

There are 4 budget friendly hotels ideally located within 1 mile of Buttermilk Falls. These hotel options couldn’t be anymore convenient!

You can get a night for between US$75-150 depending on your date of visit, including breakfast.

Click on the hotel names below to see availability and prices for your dates:

Downtown Ithaca For Central Location And Amenities

Staying centrally in Ithaca works best if you’re staying for 3 or more days because you won’t have to rush around the State Parks. Plus, over that period you will need amenities on your doorstep.

Here are the best hotel options in downtown Ithaca:

Northwest Ithaca For Easier Access To Taughannock Falls

Staying a night closer to Taughannock Falls means you can drive 20 minutes after Buttermilk Falls and beat the crowds more easily than driving up from Ithaca the next morning.

The Inn at Taughannock Falls is the obvious and most convenient accommodation for Taughannock Falls. The Inn is stunning and located right at the entrance to Taughannock Falls Gorge trail.

This has to be your first choice if your budget can stretch.

Don’t worry if not, there are other options, including a historic bed & breakfast we stayed at called Glass Magnolia in Interlaken just a few miles from Taughannock.

The owners are fantastic and extremely welcoming, plus the homemade breakfast was excellent.

Interested in learning about how to save money on hotels? Don’t miss our popular how to book cheap hotels guide.

Buttermilk Falls State Park Camping

There are 25 tent sites, 18 cabins and 1 pavilion at Buttermilk Falls State Park. The 73 person Pavilion is located at Upper entrance and costs US$ 100 per day to hire.

Buttermilk Falls Campgrounds

Reservations for campsites can be booked up to 9 months in advance and each site can be booked for up to 2 weeks. Campground season is mid April through mid October.

Nightly fees for camping are between US$ 18-28 per night (depending on the month of visit).

Be aware that non NYS residents will pay a further US$ 5.00 / night.

You can book a Buttermilk Falls campsite here.

Buttermilk Falls Cabins

During off season, cabins can be booked on a 2 nightly basis but in peak season (end of June to end of August) cabins can only be booked a 7 night basis.

Cabins are available between end of April and beginning of November.

Weekly fee for cabins is between US$ 238-400 (depending on month).

Calculating nightly cost for cabins is challenging. You will pay 1/4 of the total weekly price per night, but you have to stay for minimum of 2 nights.

So for 2 nights you will pay half the price of a week.

In peak season you have to book for 7 nights but in off season you will pay US$ 119 for a 2 night stay.

Plus, non NYS residents will pay an additional US$ 7 per night / US$ 28 per week.

You can book a Buttermilk Falls cabin here.

Buttermilk Falls State Park Interactive Map

Click into the interactive map, zoom in or out and move around the area to find all recommended restaurants, hotels, points of interest and parking lots.

  • Dark Green – Hotel recommendations in and around Ithaca, NY
  • Light Red – Restaurant recommendations in and around Ithaca, NY
  • Purple – One site tent, RV and cabin accommodations + pavilions
  • Blue – Gorge and Rim Trail plus Bear and Lake Treman Trails
  • Brown – Restroom location at main entrance
  • Maroon – Parking lots at both the upper and lower entrances
  • Orange – All points of interest for hiking, waterfalls and swimming

Buttermilk Falls State Park FAQ’s

Let’s take a look at some of the most frequently asked questions about Buttermilk Falls in Ithaca, New York.

How Long Of A Hike Is Buttermilk Falls?

The Rim and Gorge Loop Trail at Buttermilk Falls State Park is 1.5 miles in length and should take about 1 hour to hike.

Is Ithaca Falls The Same As Buttermilk Falls?

No, Ithaca Falls is different than Buttermilk Falls. Ithaca Falls is a 150 ft waterfall cascade located in the city of Ithaca and Buttermilk Falls is a 165 ft cascading waterfall in Buttermilk Falls State Park. Ithaca Falls and Buttermilk Falls are about 4.0 miles apart.

How Many Trails Are At Buttermilk Falls?

There are seven trails at Buttermilk Falls State Park. You can hike the Bear Trail, the Finger Lakes Trail Spur, Gorge Trail, Larch Meadow Trail, Lake Treman Trail, Owl Creek Trail and Rim Trail.

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We hope this guide to visiting Buttermilk Falls State Park helps with planning your visit to upstate New York!

Please let us know if you have any questions about planning your visit to Buttermilk Falls State Park or upstate New York in the comments below.

Happy Travels,

Mark and Kristen

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