The Mile by Mile Descovery Guide to Oregon begins on Hwy 101 at the border of Oregon and Washington. The journey of incredible recreational opportunities and indescrible vistas continue nostop to the California border and onward throughout rest of the State.

The Astoria-Melger Bridge is nearly 100 miles from Portland via Hwy 30, (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) which is about 2 hours and 10 minute drive. The trip from Portland to the Astoria Megler Bridge on Hwy 26 is nearly a 2 hour drive. The time to drive either route is debatable. Let your travel agenda be your guide.

Located at mile mark 25.3 on Hwy 101 the junction of Hwy 26 with Hwy 101 (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) is located 80 miles west of Portland. The western terminus of the highway (and of US 26) is at an interchange with U.S. Route 101 between Seaside and Cannon Beach.

Directions to Seaside from Portland via Hwy 26: From I 5 North, exit 1A on I 5. Exit North on Hwy 405. Exit 1D on the right toward Beaverton/Ocean Beaches for 73.6 miles to Hwy 101.

Visit the Oregon Zoo at 4001 SW Canyon Rd, Portland, OR 97221. At exit 299B, Bear left toward Beaverton / City Center / I-405 North for 0.6 mi. Keep straight onto I-405 N for 0.6 mi. At exit 1D, take ramp right for US-26 West toward Beaverton / Ocean Beaches for 1.8 mi. At exit 72, take ramp right toward Forestry CTR. / Oregon Zoo for 0.3 mi. Turn right onto SW Canyon Rd, and then immediately turn right onto SW Zoo Rd for 272 ft. Turn left to stay on SW Zoo Rd for 0.1 mi. Turn right to stay on SW Zoo Rd for 213 ft.. Arrive at SW Zoo Rd on the left.

Henry Hagg Lake at Scoggins Valley Park is located off of Hwy 26 approximately 25 miles southwest of the City of Portland near the City of Forest Grove, resting at the base of Oregon's coastal range, and offers a wide variety of recreational activities. If using a computer/internet based directional program, the physical address of the Park is 50250 SW Scoggins Valley Road, Gaston, OR 97119. For further information on the Park call 503-846-7000 (Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm)

Google Map and Direction

Henry Hagg Lake Location: from Hwy 26 take exit 59, turn south onto Jackson School Rd. toward Hillsboro for 0.6 miles. At roundabout, take 1st exit onto NW Old Scotch Church Rd for 1.7 miles where the name of the road changes to NW Zion Church Rd. Follow NW Zion Cherch Rd. for 2.0 miles where the road once again changes its name to NW Cornelius Schefflin Rd. Follow the road for 1.6 miles to the roundabout. At the roundabout take 1st exit onto NW Verboort Rd for 0.4 miles. At the next roundabout, take 3rd exit onto NW Martin Rd for 1.9 miles. Turn left onto OR-47 / Quince St for 3.8 miles. Bear right onto SW Old Highway 47 for 2.3 miles. Bear right onto SW Scoggins Valley Rd for 3.5 miles. Turn left onto unpaved road for 0.3 miles. Arrive at Henry Hagg Lake.

Henry Hagg Lake Main Office Hours  8:00 - 4:30 Monday - Friday (Closed 1:00 to 2:00 for lunch - Closed all Federal Holidays)

Henry Hagg Lake Park Hours - Sunrise to Sunset (day use only) Open year-round, 365 days/year. Open year-round for fishing. - Henry Hagg Lake offers trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass, crappie and catfish. Consult the Oregon Sport fishing Regulations for catch limits and gear.

Henry Hagg Lake From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Henry Hagg Lake Oregon Atlas of Lakes.

Washington County SCOGGINS VALLEY PARK/HENRY HAGG LAKE OVERVIEW  Map of Henry Hagg Lake

Birding report: Hagg Lake, Washington County, Oregon

Beaverton Henry Hagg Lake - Oregon Birding Trails

Saddle Mountain State Park is accessed 63.9 west of Portland on Hwy 26. Turn north onto Jubilee Rd/Saddle Mountain Rd and travel 7.0 miles to the trailhead.

Directions East from Portland to the recreational opportunities associated with the Mount Hood National Forest and beyond to the boarder with Idaho:

Located east of Portland Oregon the Mount Hood National Forest offers nearly unlimited recreational opportunity to visitors to the area. Hwy 26 is the key that unlocks access to the area's recreational opportunities.

U.S. Route 26 (US-26) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia is a major cross-state United States highway with its western terminus in the U.S. state of Oregon, connecting U.S. Route 101 on the Oregon Coast near Seaside with the Idaho state line east of Nyssa. Local highway names (see Oregon highways and routes) include the Sunset Highway No. 47, Mount Hood Highway No. 26, and John Day Highway No. 5 before continuing into Idaho and beyond.

Mt. Hood National Forest offers a huge variety of world-class recreational activities with opportunities for everyone. Mt Hood National Forest encompasses eight unique Wilderness areas as well as multiple barrier free accessible sites to explore. Whether it's skiing, hiking, boating, rafting, climbing, backpacking, horseback riding, or fishing that you are hoping to experience, you're sure to find great opportunities in your National Forest. 

Camping in one of our developed campgrounds is a wonderful way to enjoy the forest. For reservations visit recreation.gov. Visit Portland General Electric for reservations at Lake Harriet or Timothy Lake.

Hiking: There are roughly 1000 miles of trail on the Mt. Hood National Forest. Please observe rules and regulations, stay on designated trails, be alert and courteous, minimize your impact, and avoid muddy areas.

Hikers yield trail to equestrians, allow equestrians and bicyclists to pass, and resist the urge to cut switchbacks. Please Tread Lightly.

OHV Riding & Camping:

Choose from the following to find a site:

Mt. Hood National Forest provides three dynamic Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) use areas:

La Dee OHV Area (7 miles south of Estacada), 
McCubbin’s Gulch OHV Area (approx. 50 miles SE of Portland)
Rock Creek OHV Area (approx. 50 miles SE of Portland).

All riders are required to have a State of Oregon Safety Education card in their possession and a current state of Oregon permit, or state of reciprocity, decal on their OHV.

*OHVs that are not street legal are prohibited on Forest Service system roads outside of the three areas specified on the following page no matter what kind of surface a road might have: gravel, dirt or asphalt.

Know Before You Go:

  • Check the status of your favorite trail or Call Before You Haul: (503) 668-1641

Climbing:

Choose from the following to find a site:

Winter Sports

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Find more options:

View a list of available Oregon Sno-Parks to find areas with backcountry or groomed Nordic skiing and snow-shoing as well as snow-mobiling and sledding options. 

You must have a valid Sno-Park permit in your vehicle windshield when you park in designated winter recreation areas Nov. 1 through April 30. Oregon Sno-Park permits are available at DMV offices and other vendors.

BETHANY POND, is located in Bethany 12 miles and 16 minutes from Portland. The pond contains Trout, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill and bullhead. The small pond in suburban Washington County is stocked with trout in early spring.

Directions: from Hwy 26 W, take Exit 64. Right on 185th, left at first traffic signal beyond Westview High School into graveled parking area.

Welcome to Cliff from Finding Bigfoot fame opens North American Bigfoot Center at Boring Oregon 31297 SE Hwy 26 Boring, OR 97009

Museum Exhibit Halls Now Open! Call for additional information: 503 – 912 – 3054 closed on Tuesday and Wendesdays.

Timberline Lodge via I 205 from the junction of I 5 and I 205 at Tualatin, OR 97062 to Clackamas. Follow I-205 N to OR-212 E in Clackamas. Take exit 12 from I-205 N. Exit onto US-26 E/Mt Hood Hwy in Boring from OR-212 E. Merge onto US-26 E/Mt Hood Hwy for 33.1 miles and turn onto Timberline Hwy. Continue on Timberline Hwy 5.5 miles to the Timberline Lodge and Ski Area at 27500 E Timberline Road, Government Camp, OR 97028

Mirror Lake

Provides access to: Mirror Lake Trail #664 which accesses Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness.

A new parking lot and plaza area was finished in the fall of 2018 located immediately adjacent to Skibowl west along Hwy 26 near Government Camp. The plaza area includes vaulted toilets, picnic table, information kiosk, bike racks, and trash receptacle. 

The parking area contains two accessible parking spaces, and 49 regular parking spaces. The trailhead is located behind the restroom. 

Directions:

From Portland, OR – travel 27.5 miles east of Sandy on US Hwy 26 and turn right into the Skibowl West/Mirror Lake Trailhead parking area. 

From Government Camp:  From the west end of the Government Camp Loop Rd.  turn right (West) onto Hwy 26.  Travel 0.4miles West on Hwy 26 to the Mirror Lake Trailhead Parking Are which will be on your left. 

Bump Lake is a 3 acre lake with an average depth of 4 feet. Brook trout are are the fish species of interest.

Timothy Lake

Timothy Lake is a popular recreation lake noted for it's scenery and views of Mt. Hood. An artificial lake, it has many developed campgrounds, and is one of a few lakes on the Mt. Hood National Forest that allows motorized boating. In addition for fishing for many different fish species, the lake is a popular site for boating, sailing and windsurfing. Trout are stocked in the lake several times a year.

  • Size: 1,388 surface acres,
  • Depth: 45' average depth, 80' maximum depth,
  • Elevation: 3,227 feet.
  • Vehicle/Fishing Access: 2 X 4, Boat
  • Barrier Free Access:
  • Hiking:
  • Driving Directions: Timothy Lake is approximately 78 miles southeast of Sandy off State Highway 26.
  • Fish Species: Rainbow trout, brook trout, kokanee and cutthroat trout
  • Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
  • Angling Season: Spring, Summer, Fall
  • Campgrounds: Pine Point, Cove, Gone Creek, Hoodview, North Arm, Oak Fork, Meditation Point (hike or boat only)

Timothy Lake E-Bird Sighting Record

Timothy Lake Parks and Campground

Middle Rock Lake, Rock Lakes Basin

Middle Rock Lake is one of three small lakes in the Rock Lake Basin. These high elevation lakes are nestled in an old growth forest of noble firs. Access to the trailhead is on a narrow gravel road, and the hike to the lakes is somewhat strenuous. Access may be limited by early or late snowfall. High lakes are stocked by helicopter every other year. Size: 15 surface acres, Depth: 8' average depth, 34' maximum depth, Elevation: 4,400'.

  • Vehicle/Fishing Access: 4 X 4
  • Barrier Free Access:
  • Hiking: 1.2 miles
  • Driving Directions: The Rock Lakes Basin consisting of Upper Rock Lake, Middle Rock Lake and Lower Middle Rock Lake is approximately 40 miles east of Estacada off State Highway 228 and Forest road 58.
  • Directions to Trailhead: From Portland, travel east on US Hwy 26 to Sandy. Turn right (southwest) on OR Hwy 211 and travel 6.1 miles to OR Hwy 224. Turn left (southeast) on OR Hwy 224 and travel 30.2 miles to Oak Grove Fork Road (Forest Road 57) (approximately at milepost 50). Turn left (east) on Oak Grove Fork Road and travel 7.4 miles to High Rock Road (Forest Road 58). Turn left (north) and travel 5.8 miles to Forest Road 4610. Turn left onto Forest Road 4610 and travel 1.2 miles to Forest Road 4610-240. Follow Forest Road 4610-240 for 4.4 miles to Frazier Turnaround and the trailhead.
  • Trail Description: This trail begins at the end of Frazier Turnaround (4,600’) (Forest Road 4610-240) and ends at Grouse Point Trail #517 (4,760’). From Frazier Turnaround, the trail travels west through old growth trees for the first 0.5 mile. The trail passes spur trails to Middle Rock Lake, Upper Rock Lake and eventually Lower Rock Lake in the next 0.2 mile. For the next 1.3 miles the trail descends gradually after the Lower Rock Lake junction before climbing to Serene Lake. Follow the trail another 0.8 mile to the outlet of Serene Lake and a campsite on the west shore. The trail leaves Serene Lake after 0.1 mile and climbs to the ridge. Continue 0.7 mile to the intersection with Grouse Point Trail #517. To make a 10 mile round-trip loop, turn left on Grouse Point Trail #517 and follow it for 6.4 miles back to Frazier Turnaround.
  • Fish Species: Rainbow trout, brook trout
  • Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin
  • Angling Season: Summer
  • Campgrounds: Hideaway, approximately four miles south.

Hideaway Lake

Hideaway Lake is a remote, high elevation lake accessible by four-wheel drive. It has crystal clear, blue green water, and is surrounded by dense Douglas fir forest. Hideaway Lake is used as a base camp to fish lakes in the surrounding area such as the Rock Lakes and Shellrock Lake. Size: 15 surface acres, Depth: 17' average depth, 30' maximum depth, Elevation: 4,120 feet

  • Vehicle/Fishing Access: 2 X 4
  • Barrier Free Access:
  • Hiking:
  • Driving Directions: Hideaway Lake is approximately 39 miles east of Estacada off State Highway 228 and Forest road 58.
  • Fish Species: Brook trout, cutthroat trout
  • Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin
  • Angling Season: Summer
  • Campgrounds: Hideaway

Shellrock Lake

Shellrock Lake is geographically adjacent to Hideaway Lake and the Rock Lakes Basin lakes. It is a relatively short, easy hike into the lake. Douglas fir forest dominates the shore line of this small, pristine, high elevation lake. Size: 17 acres, Depth: 7' average, 13' maximum, Elevation: 4,200 feet

  • Vehicle/Fishing Access: 2 X 4
  • Barrier Free Access:
  • Hiking: 0.8 mile
  • Driving Directions: Shellrock Lake is approximately 38 east of Estacada off State Highway 228 and Forest road 58. Directions To Hideaway Lake Campground and Shellrock Lake trailhead: From Estacada, OR - go approximately 24 miles southeast on OR 224 then 7 miles east on Forest Road 57 then 3 miles north on Forest Road 58, and 5 miles west on Forest Road 5830. The trailhead to Shellrock Lake is located on the rightside of Forest Road 5830 just past of the Hideway Lake loop road.
  • Fish Species: Brook trout, cutthroat trout
  • Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin
  • Angling Season: Summer
  • Campgrounds: Hideaway, approximately one half mile to the south.

Clear Lake

Clear Lake is a large, artificial irrigation lake. As such, in late summer lake levels may be too low for boat access. In spring and early summer it is a popular recreation site for camping, boating and fishing. It is easily accessible off Highway 26, a major two lane highway. Size: 557 acres, Depth: average depth is 26 feet, Elevation: 3,500 feet.
  • Vehicle/Fishing Access: 2 X 4, Boat
  • Barrier Free Access:
  • Hiking:
  • Driving Directions: Clear Lake is approximately 65 miles east of Sandy off State Highway 26.
  • Fish Species: Rainbow trout, brook trout
  • Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
  • Angling Season: Spring, Summer
  • Campgrounds: Clear Lake.

Rock Creek Reservoir

Rock Creek Reservoir is a relatively low elevation, eastern Cascade lake. It is in the Cascade Mountains rain shadow, and weather is usually drier than western Oregon. The lake is surrounded by young pine forests and low, rolling hills. A popular campground is located on the western shore. Rock Creek Reservoir is stocked with trout several times a year. Size: 88 acres, Depth: 12' average depth, 34' maximum depth, Elevation: 2,200'

  • Vehicle/Fishing Access: 2 X 4, Boat
  • Barrier Free Access:
  • Hiking 
  • Driving Directions: Rock Creek Reservoir is approximately 40 miles south of the Dalles off State Highway 197 and Forest Road 48.
  • Fish Species: Rainbow trout, bluegill, largemouth bass
  • Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
  • Angling Season: Spring, Summer
  • Campgrounds: Rock Creek Reservoir.

Lost Lake

Lost Lake is a stunning, mid-elevation lake noted for crystal blue water, towering old growth forests and dramatic views of Mt. Hood. A private resort and Forest Service campground provide amenities. The lake deepens fairly quickly to a maximum depth of 175', and the best fishing is found near the shore. A lovely, 2 1/2 mile trail circles the lake. Size: 231 acres, Depth: average depth 77', maximum depth 175', Elevation: 3,143'

  • Vehicle/Fishing Access: 2 X 4, Boat
  • Barrier Free Access: Yes
  • Hiking: 
  • Driving Directions: Lost Lake is approximately 30 miles southwest of Hood River off Forest Road 13.
  • Fish Species: Rainbow trout, brook trout, cutthroat trout, brown trout, kokanee salmon
  • Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
  • Angling Season: Summer
  • Campgrounds:

Promontory Park

Promontory Park campground features a one-acre lake, Small Fry Lake, dedicated to children under 14 years old. It is an ideal location to teach children to fish, and is stocked with rainbow trout throughout the summer. In addition, it is adjacent to 350 acre North Fork Reservoir. Promontory Park also has restrooms, showers, picnic areas, a small store with boat and motor rentals, and boat dock/launching area.

  • Vehicle/Fishing Access: 2 X 4
  • Barrier Free Access:
  • Hiking: 0.1 mile
  • Driving Directions: Promontory Park is located 7 miles east of Estacada off State highway 224.
  • Fish Species: Rainbow trout
  • Fishing Methods: Spin, Bait
  • Angling Season: Spring, Summer
  • Campgrounds: Promontory Park Campground

Anvil Lake Trail #724 From Portland, OR travel east on US Hwy 26 to Sandy. Turn right (southwest) on OR Hwy 211 and travel 6.1 miles to OR Hwy 224. Turn left (southeast) on OR Hwy 224 and travel 25.3 to Forest Road 57. Take the left fork onto Forest Road 57 and follow it for 7.2 miles to Forest Road 58. Turn left (east) onto Forest Road 58 and travel 6.3 miles to Forest Road 5800-160.

This trail passes through the beautiful Black Wolf Meadows on the way to Anvil Lake. This trail begins at Forest Road 5800-160 (4,160’) and ends at Forest Road 5820 (3,960’) near Anvil Lake. There are a few wet spots along the trail. Wildflowers are plentiful and huckleberries are everywhere when in season. Fishing opportunity is good at the lake for rainbow and cutthroat trout. There is dispersed camping along the trail. Tread lightly in the meadow.

Trail Description and Map (PDF File)

At a Glance

Open Season: June
Closest Towns: Estacada, OR
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Clackamas Ranger District, Estacada Ranger Station

Averill Lake is one of the lakes located off of the main east-west thoroughfare of the Olallie area trail network including Timber Lake, Top Lake, Cigar Lake, Fork Lake, Sheep Lake, Wall Lake and Red Lake.

Brown Lake North

Brown Lake North: depart from Clackamas Hwy 224 in Estacada, OR 97023. Head southeast on OR-224 Hwy/NF-46 for 25.2 miles. Beware of Seasonal closure of road. The road may be restricted at specific times. Turn right onto Clackamas River Rd / NF-46 and follow for 21.6 miles. Turn left onto the unpaved NF-4690 road for 3.4 miles. Keep right onto NF-4691 road for 1.6 miles. Brown Lake North is approximately a mile north of the NF-4691. I was unable to find any reference to some of the lakes ODFW stocks. I have to imagine that Brown Lake South is the lake located south of Brown Lake North.

* Trail links are for general guidance only. Consult the nearest US Forest Service office for the latest trail conditions. 

Includes lakes in the Mt. Hood National Forest and the Bull of the Woods and Roaring River wilderness areas. For more information about these lakes -- including the species stock, GPS coordinates and additional trail notes -- click here. Scroll down the table to view the GPS Coordinates for your lake of interest.

The GPS Coordinates for Brown Lake North is 44.85913239 -121.8211228. To find the physical location of places of interest in the National Forest enter the GPS Coordinates in the FSTopo Map Products Task Bar.

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Buck Lake Trail #728

This is a very kid-friendly hike to a quiet alpine lake. There are campsites at the lake. This trail begins at Buck Lake Road (Forest Road 5810-210) (3,820’) and ends at Buck Lake (4,080’). The trail climbs at a moderate grade to the west shore of Buck Lake.

Trail Description and Map (PDF File)

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Trail cleaned 6/4/18
Reservations: Not required
Fees No fee
Permit Info: Not required
Open Season: May
Closest Towns: Estacada, OR
Water: Bring your own drinking water
Restroom: No
Passes: Not required
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Clackamas Ranger District, Estacada Ranger Station first come first serve pack in & pack out, bring your own water

General Information

Directions:

From Portland, OR - travel east on US Hwy 26 to Sandy. Turn right (southwest) on OR Hwy 211 and travel 6.1 miles to OR Hwy 224. Turn left (southeast) on OR Hwy 224 and travel 30.2 miles to Oak Grove Fork Road (Forest Road 57) (approximately at milepost 50). Turn left (east) on Oak Grove Fork Road and travel 7.4 miles to High Rock Road (Forest Road 58). Turn left (northeast) on High Rock Road and travel 1.1 miles to Forest Road 5810. Turn right (east) on Forest Road 5810 and travel 4.9 miles to Forest Road 5810-210. Turn left (northwest) on Buck Lake Road (Forest Road 5810-210) and travel 0.5 mile to the marked trailhead at a pullout on the left (west) side of the road.

Red Lake Trail #719

This trail is the main east-west thoroughfare of the Olallie area trail network. There are several trails that can be accessed from this trail including Timber Lake Trail #733, Pacific Crest Trail #2000, Double Peaks Trail #735, Lodge Pole Trail #706 and Potato Butte Trail #719A. Most of the popular lakes in the area are found along this trail including Timber Lake, Top Lake, Cigar Lake, Fork Lake, Sheep Lake, Wall Lake, Averill Lake and Red Lake.

This trail begins at Forest Road 4220 (Skyline Road) near Olallie Lake and ends at Red Lake Road (3,640’) (Forest Road 4600-380), near Red Lake. From Forest Road 4220 (5,000) the trail heads southwest climbing moderately and passes through the Rock Lakes Basin in the first 0.5 mile. After a further 0.1 mile, the trail meets the Timber Lake Trail #733 on the left. The trail continues heading southwest from the junction and reaches Top Lake in 0.3 mile. The trail turns north at the end of the lake and travels up a steep climb for 0.3 mile to a four-way junction with the Pacific Crest Trail #2000 (5,280’). From the junction, the trail becomes rocky and rough and continues northwest 1.1 miles to the junction with Lodgepole Trail #706 (4,940’). Turn left (west) to stay on trail #719 and follow it for 0.3 mile, passing Fork Lake, to the junction with Potato Butte Trail #719A. For the next 2.3 miles, the trail travels through old growth forest and passes Sheep Lake, Wall Lake, Averill Lake and Red Lake and eventually reaches a powerline corridor. After crossing the corridor, the trail meets and follows a road for 250’ before intersection a second road (Forest Road 4600-076). The trail continues on the north side of Forest Road 4600-076 for 0.4 mile to its end at Red Lake Road (3,640’) (Forest Road 4600-380).

Trail Description and Map (PDF File)

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Trail Cleaned  7/6/18
Usage: Medium-Heavy
Closest Towns: Estacada, OR
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Clackamas Ranger District, Estacada Ranger Station

General Information

Directions:

From Portland, OR to the EAST end of the trail, travel east on US Hwy 26 to Sandy. Turn right (southwest) on OR Hwy 211 and travel 6.1 miles to OR Hwy 224. Turn left (southeast) on OR Hwy 224 and travel 30.6 miles to Forest Road 46. Turn right on Forest Road 46 and travel 14.8 miles to Forest Road 42 (Skyline Road). Turn left onto Forest Road 42 and travel 4.3 miles to Forest Road 4220. Turn right (south) on Forest Road 4220 and travel approximately 12 miles to the trailhead on the west side of the road. From

Portland, OR to the WEST end of the trail, travel east on US Hwy 26 to Sandy. Turn right (southwest) on OR Hwy 211 and travel 6.1 miles to OR Hwy 224. Turn left (southeast) on OR Hwy 224 and travel 30.6 miles to Forest Road 46. Take the right fork onto Forest Road 46 and travel 26.5 miles to Forest Road 380. Turn left onto 380 and travel 1 mile to the trailhead parking area on the left (east) side of the road.

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