At Blue Mountain Resort, we strive to give every guest an unforgettable experience during every visit. We are committed to promoting an inclusive environment by preventing and removing barriers for persons with disabilities and allowing all guests the equal opportunity to access our goods and services in the same place and in the same way. For more information on how we achieve this, please view our Multi-Year Accessibility Plan.

View Blue Mountain Multi-Year Accessibility Plan



FEEDBACK
We value our guest feedback as it provides great insight into our operation. To share your feedback or to request more information regarding accessibility, please contact us so we can assist you in greater detail.

Telephone (local):
705.445.0231
Telephone (toll-free):1.877.445.0231
E-mail:accessibility@bluemountain.ca
Mail:
Blue Mountain Resort
108 Jozo Weider Blvd,
Blue Mountains, Ontario, Canada L9Y 3Z2
Documentation
We are pleased to provide you with alternative formats of our documentation relating to our accessible information, policies, or a copy of our Multi-Year Accessibility Plan, free of charge. Upon request, alternative formats will be provided in a format that takes into account a person’s disability. Documents can be requested by phone, e-mail, or by visiting any Guest Services or Front Desk location on resort.


ACCESSIBLE PARKING
The resort has several designated accessible parking spaces located in various places around the resort. To utilize one of these designated parking spaces, you must visibly display a valid government issued Accessible Parking Permit in your vehicle. Below is a complete list of accessible parking spaces at Blue Mountain Resort.

Inn (Parking Area 3)
4 parking spaces at the Blue Mountain Inn (2 in front of the hotel entrance and 2 in the gravel lot closest to the base of the mountain)

Village (Parking Area 2)
1 parking space at the Village Conference Centre
2 parking spaces outside the Village Market, which are long-term parking spots even though they are within the 30-minute short term parking section
2 parking spaces in the Village main parking lot, located at the main entrance and adjacent from the drop-off
1 parking space at the Grand Georgian underground parking lot for lodging guests
2 parking spaces at the Mosaic (1 underground for lodging guests, and 1 above ground at the entrance)
2 parking spaces at Seasons at Blue (1 underground for lodging guests, and 1 above ground in the gravel parking lot)
2 parking spaces at Weider Lodge (1 underground for lodging guests, and 1 above ground in the Plunge! Aquatic Centre paid parking lot)
5 parking spaces at The Westin Trillium House (4 underground for lodging guests, and 1 above ground)
2 parking spaces in the gravel lot east of the Westin Trillium House
2 parking spaces at Plunge! Aquatic Centre (1 outside the establishment’s entrance, and 1 in the paid parking lot)

South & Orchard (Parking Area 1)
2 parking spaces outside the South Base Lodge
2 parking spaces in the South parking lot
2 parking spaces in the Orchard parking lot

Mountain Top
2 parking spaces in the mountaintop Silver Bullet parking lot
2 parking spaces in the mountaintop South Parking lot

Blue Mountain Beach (off-resort, on Highway 26 West)
2 parking spaces

RESORT SHUTTLES
Blue Mountain Resort provides complimentary shuttle service around the resort, however these vehicles are not wheelchair accessible.



ASSISTIVE DEVICES
A person with a disability may provide their own assistive device for the purpose of obtaining, using, and benefiting from any of our activities or services. Exceptions may occur in situations where Blue Mountain Resort determines that the assistive device may pose a risk to the health and safety of the person using the device or to others at the resort. If you have an assistive device that is excluded, please inquire with Guest Services to determine if an alternative arrangement can be made.

If availability permits, we have a limited number of wheelchairs available for use by our guests with disabilities. These are located at the Grand Georgian and the Blue Mountain Inn. Please speak with the Front Office Supervisor at either of these locations for more information.



SERVICE ANIMALS
Blue Mountain Resort welcomes people with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal on the parts of our premises that are open to the public, as long as the animal is not otherwise excluded by law.

During our summer operation, service animals are permitted access to the Open-Air Gondola, however in the event of an emergency, the service animal will be the last evacuated from the lift as per our standard operating procedures.

During the winter operation, larger service animals (i.e. guide dogs) are not permitted on the chair lifts as per our standard operating procedures.

If you require a service animal that is restricted from an area or activity on-resort, please inquire with Guest Services to determine if an alternative arrangement can be made. If you have questions about service animals for off-resort activities, please visit Activity Central.



SUPPORT PERSONS
We are pleased to offer a complimentary ticket to access Blue Mountain’s ski lifts, lessons, and attractions for 1 Support Person when accompanying a person with a disability who may require additional assistance. Tickets can be requested in person from any ticket window or Guest Services location.



ACCOMMODATIONS
Blue Mountain Inn
The Blue Mountain Inn has available rooms that feature larger bathrooms, bathtub support bars, and adjustable shower heads.

Village Suites
The Grand Georgian, Seasons at Blue, Weider Lodge, and Mosaic all contain units that have been partially adapted for accessibility. These units are equipped with grab bars for the toilet and in the bath tub, and a bathroom large enough to accommodate the required turning radius for a standard wheelchair. The bathroom sink is also open below to allow wheelchair access to it. Important to note is these units have been partially adapted, meaning the unit itself is not overly spacious and guests may find it small for operating a wheelchair. If you have specialized or oversized equipment, please contact us to ensure we can accommodate you.

The Westin Trillium House
The Westin Trillium House has 3 accessible suites that include support bars in the bathrooms for the shower and offer a more spacious layout for wheelchair maneuverability. These suites also offer strobe lights in the living room area for phone ring detection.

For additional information about our hotel accommodation accessibility, please contact Information and Reservations at 1-877-445-0231.



WASHROOM ACCESS
There are wheelchair accessible washrooms at, or near, the following locations. Accessible washrooms can also be available to use for guests who wish to change in privacy.

Inn (Parking Area 3)
Blue Mountain Inn – main lounge near the front desk for the general public
Inn Conference Centre – located on the main floor hallway between the Inn Café and the Kandahar Room for the general public
Guests of Jozo’s Bar, The Pottery Restaurant, and the Inn Café should refer to the Inn Conference Centre location

Village (Parking Area 2)
Grand Central Lodge – located in the upper level near the Ridge Runner ticket window, for the general public. There is an accessible lift located on the lower level adjacent to the Lost & Found, for those who enter the building across from the Bike Shop.
Seasons at Blue – located in the recreation facility for lodging guests, and the corner beside Crock-A-Doodle for the general public
Weider Lodge – located in the recreation facility for lodging guests
Mosaic – located in the hall beside Sunset Grill, through a manually operated door, for the general public.
Grand Georgian – located in the recreation facility for lodging guests
The Westin Trillium House – located in the hall on the ground floor for lodging guests and patrons of Oliver & Bonacini
Plunge! Aquatic Centre – located within the facility for guests of Plunge!

South (Parking Area 1)
South Base Lodge – located on each floor

The following locations do not have wheelchair accessible washrooms:
Activity Central Building
Orchard Parking Area 1A washroom trailer
North Parking Area 4 washroom trailer
Mountain Top washroom trailer



RESTAURANTS
Blue Mountain Resort owns The Pottery Restaurant and Jozo’s Bar, both located at the Blue Mountain Inn. These establishments are wheelchair accessible and best accessed from within the Blue Mountain Inn’s front/main hotel entrance year round.

The washrooms adjacent to these establishments are not equipped to accommodate a wheelchair. The closest accessible washrooms can be found nearby in two locations: in the lobby of the Blue Mountain Inn (by taking the elevator down to the lobby floor), or in the Inn Conference Centre (by utilizing our accessible lift which has a secure code which a restaurant server can provide to you upon request). Please feel free to speak to a restaurant Supervisor at either establishment should you require assistance in their restaurants.

The Village restaurants are privately owned and as such are not covered under Blue Mountain Resort’s Accessibility policies. If you have a question regarding any privately owned business on the resort, please contact the establishment’s Manager or Supervisor.



RETAIL STORES
Blue Mountain Resort owns and operates several retail locations around the resort including: Hillside Outfitters, Red Devil, Lifted, Columbia, Columbia Kids, The North Face, Blue Basin, and Monterra Pro Shop. All of these establishments are wheelchair accessible with a support person. Maneuverability may be limited due to on-floor shelving and racking.

Hillside Outfitters is the only store with automatic doors, with two levels. The establishment has one set of stairs with no ramp, and the upper level can be accessed via the side entrance door which is manually operated. All other locations have manually operated entrances and are one level.

The North Face and Columbia Kids have fully accessible change rooms and Blue Mountain Retail offers flexibility in our return policy in the event that garments cannot be tried on in the store. Please feel free to ask a retail Supervisor for assistance in their store.

The other Village retail stores are privately owned and as such are not covered under Blue Mountain Resort’s Accessibility policies. If you have a question regarding any privately owned business on the resort, please contact the establishment’s Manager or Supervisor.



WINTER SKI SEASON
Chairlifts
All Blue Mountain lifts can accommodate sit skis and outriggers. For use of any other assistive devices on-hill, please contact Guest Services. Larger service animals (i.e. guide dogs) are not permitted on the chairlifts as per our standard operating procedures.

Adaptive Skiing Lessons At Blue Mountain
We offer Adaptive Skiing Private Lessons for our guests with disabilities or in need of special assistance. These 90-minute or half day private lessons are available for beginner, intermediate, and advanced skiers. For more details, please call 877-445-0231 or email our adaptive experts at adaptive@bluemountain.ca.

For more information on ski programs for people with disabilities in Ontario and Canada, please visit the Ontario Track 3 Ski Associationand the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing.

Adaptive Rentals
Adaptive rentals are included as a part of our Adaptive Skiing Private Lessons. If you have any questions, please contact our adaptive experts at adaptive@bluemountain.ca.

Ski outriggers for skiers with disabilities are available for rent through either the Village Rentals or South Base Lodge Rentals locations.

Lift Lines
Guests participating in Blue Mountain’s snow school lessons and Adaptive Skiing private lessons receive lift line priority with their instructor; otherwise, guests are to use the standard lift line. If you have a disability that affects your ability to stand in the standard lift line, please visit Guest Services and speak with a representative for more information.



ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES
We offer a variety of attractions and activities, each ranging in accessibility. We have listed a brief summary of our activities and the requirements for participation. Also, our Activity Guide for People with Disabilities was created to assist our guests in understanding the requirements of participation and if assistance is necessary, and we recommend that you review it prior to your visit.

When booking your activity, please inform us of any special requirements you may have so we can make the necessary arrangements for you prior to your arrival to ensure you have the best experience at Blue Mountain.


ActivityLimited MobilityWheelchair AccessibleHard of HearingDeaf FriendlyLow VisionVision LossExperience Required
Apex BagjumpContact UsNot AvailableSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredContact UsContact UsNo
BeachSupport Person RequiredNot AvailableYesYesYesYesNo
The Rock Climbing WallNot AvailableNot AvailableYesYesYesYes
Support Person Required
No
Cascade Putting CourseYes
Contact Us
Not Available due to terrainYesYesYes
Support Person Required
Yes
Support Person Required
No
Open-Air GondolaYesYes
Contact Us - Size Limitations
YesYesYes
Support Person Required
Yes
Support Person Required
No
Plunge! Aquatic CentreYesFacility is accessible.
Pool is not accessible.
YesYesYesYesNo
Mill Pond ActivtiesSupport Person RequiredNot AvailableSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredNo
Ridge Runner Mountain CoasterYes
Support Person Required**
Yes
Contact Us
Support Person Required**
YesYesYes
Support Person Required**
Yes
Support Person Required**
No
Wind Rider Triple ZipsNot AvailableNot AvailableYesYesYes
Support Person Required
Yes
Support Person Required
No
Woodview SkatingSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredYes
Woodlot Low RopesNot AvailableNot AvailableYes
Support Person Required
Yes
Support Person Required
Not AvailableNot AvailableNo
Timber Challenge High RopesNot AvailableNot AvailableYes
Support Person Required
Yes
Support Person Required
Not AvailableNot AvailableNo
Mountaintop Segway TourNot AvailableNot AvailableYes
Support Person Required
Yes
Support Person Required
Not AvailableNot AvailableNo
Monterra GolfSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredSupport Person RequiredYes
Mountain Biking - Downhill and Cross CountryNot AvailableNot AvailableYesYesYes
Support Person Required
Not AvailableNo
HikingYes
Support Person Required
Yes
Limited Hiking Options Available
YesYesYes
Support Person Required
Yes
Support Person Required
No

**Some restrictions may apply. See descriptions for more information.

BASE CAMP ATTRACTIONS

Apex Bag Jump
Self-guided, jumping from 4 different platform heights, into air inflated bags. The platform heights are 10 feet, 14 feet, 18 feet and 21 feet. The participants MUST jump from the lowest platform height for their first jump to ensure understanding of the jumping sequence. If a guest requires the assistance of another to walk, climb stairs, or understand the curriculum being given, then they will need to have a support person or people with them to accomplish that, however guests must be able to maneuver themselves (without assistance) onto the jumping platforms and to exit the bags upon landing. There are stairs to climb and descend, so we are unable to accommodate guests in wheelchair. On this attraction guests will be required to:
Stand and balance independently, without assistance.
Have sufficient physical dexterity of your hands, legs, arms and head to properly execute the jumps and exit the bags safely.
If vision impaired, we do not recommend this attraction.
Demonstrate, through verbal or physical gestures, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the rules associated with the Apex Bag Jump attraction.

Beach
The Blue Mountain Beach is a private beach on Georgian Bay located 10-minutes from the resort. The Blue Mountain Beach is only minimally wheelchair accessible. Currently, there is no access to sand wheelchairs, and no matting for beach chairs. Of the activities offered at the Beach, guest will be required to:
Have sufficient physical dexterity (use of arms and hands and ability to sit upright) to safely navigate, load, and unload all paddle boards, junior paddle boards, canoes, kayaks, junior kayaks and double kayaks.
Have sufficient vision to navigate/drive paddle boards, junior paddle boards, canoes, kayaks, junior kayaks and double kayaks.
Demonstrate, through written, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the rules associated with the activity when renting equipment.
In the event of an emergency, be able to safely evacuate paddle boards, junior paddle boards, canoes, kayaks, junior kayaks and double kayaks.
Having sufficient physical dexterity to maintain your grasp on the all Blue Mountain Beach Rental Equipment and tread water, with the aid of a life preserver, until a rescue boat arrives.
Restrictions (height and weight) may apply for guests for who require a support person to accompany them on Blue Mountain Beach Rental Equipment. Please call Guest Services for more details.

The Rock Climbing Wall
Blue Mountain’s outdoor climbing wall, standing at 32 ft tall, offers sports lovers the opportunity to test their strength and agility. Due to the nature of this sport, there are restrictions with accommodating guests with mobility limitations. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Have sufficient body strength and physical dexterity to climb independently up the wall.
Guests with varying disabilities who may need additional assistance are required to have a support person accompany them.
Cascade Putting Course
The Cascade Putting Course is an 18 hole, par 67 putting course, featuring fairways, bunkers, and water features. Due to the varied terrain of the course, we are unable to accommodate guests using a wheeled mobility device. If a guest requires assistance to walk or climb stairs they will be required to have a support person accompany them. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Navigate up and down small sections of stairs (if unable to do so independently, the guest will require assistance from a support person)

Open Air Gondola
On the Open Air Gondola, guests must be able to safely embark and disembark the Gondola independently. Guests with limited mobility may require the assistance of a support person.
Wheelchairs or motorized wheeled mobility devices are permitted on the open air Gondola, however there are restrictions dependent on size. The Gondola can accommodate units that are a maximum 31 inches wide and 44 inches long. Please contact Guest Services directly prior to your arrival if you have specialized or oversized equipment, for confirmation.
Please note there are no wheelchair accessible washrooms available at the top of the mountain.

Plunge! Aquatic Centre
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools and hot tubs including an indoor water playground make Plunge popular in all seasons with swimmers of all ages.
We offer a fully accessible change room, bathroom and shower (with hand held shower head).
We have wheelchair access to the pool deck, however there is no ramp or lift for accessibility into the pool.
All service animals are permitted anywhere in the facility, however are not permitted in the water.

Mill Pond Activities
The Millpond Activity Centre offers guests the ability to paddle the Mill Pond’s waters located in the heart of Blue Mountain. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Have sufficient physical dexterity (use of arms and hands and ability to sit upright) to safely navigate, load, and unload paddleboats.
Have sufficient vision to navigate/drive the paddleboats.
Demonstrate, through written, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the rules associated with the Mill Pond Activities attraction.
In the event of an emergency, be able to safely evacuate paddleboats by:
Having sufficient physical dexterity to maintain your grasp on the boat and tread water, with the aid of a life preserver, until a rescue boat arrives.
Restrictions (height and weight) may apply for guests for who require a support person to accompany them on Mill Pond Boat Rentals. Please call Guest Services for more details.

Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster
Ridge Runner is Ontario’s first mountain coaster and is operational year round. The driver takes control of their own speed, travelling down the track with access to a manual brake, acquiring speeds of up to 42 km/h through varied terrain for over a kilometer downhill. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Have sufficient physical dexterity (use of arms and hands and ability to sit upright) to safely navigate, load, and unload the coaster.
Have sufficient vision to navigate/drive the coaster.
In the event of an emergency, be able to safely evacuate the coaster by:
1. Walking downhill from any given location on the uphill track along a 10” wide wooden plank (if unable to do so independently, the guest will require assistance from a support person). In the event further assistance is required, the use of a stokes basket for extractions will be required.
2. Navigate down a small section of stairs once on the unload area (if unable to do so independently, the guest will require assistance from a support person).
Restrictions (height and weight) may apply for guests for who require a support person to accompany them on the Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster. Please review the Ridge Runner Rider Restrictions or call Guest Services for more details.
Wind Rider Triple Zips
Self-guided, descending down the mountain on two sections of zipline from Timber Challenge to Woodlot, with a transfer point over the Undergraduate Carpet Lift. If a guest requires the assistance of another to walk, climb stairs, or understand the curriculum being given, then they will need to have a support person or people with them to accomplish that, however guests must be able to maneuver themselves (without assistance) through the platform landing stations. There are stairs to climb and descend, so we are unable to accommodate guests in a wheelchair. This attraction features 400 ft long ziplines, reaching heights of 50 ft above the ground at an 11% pitch with maximum speeds of 50km/h. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Stand and balance independently, without assistance.
Have sufficient physical dexterity of your hands, legs, arms, and head to navigate down the section of stairs to disembark the ziplines.
If vision impaired, we recommend assistance by the guest’s support person.
Demonstrate, through verbal or physical gestures, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the rules associated with the Wind Rider Triple Zips attraction.

Woodview Skating
This winter activity is self-guided along the 1.1 kilometer ice skating loop located at the top of the mountain between Orchard Express and Southern Comfort. Guests who ski with a valid Blue Mountain lift ticket and/or season pass, can take the Southern Comfort chairlift and ski southward to the Skate Building. Non-skiing guests can park their vehicles at either of the two parking lots located near the attraction, one of which requires crossing of the road, and navigate the pathway leading to the Skate Building which is approximately 500 feet. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Have sufficient physical dexterity (use of arms and hands and legs) to safely navigate the ice surface on skates.
Have sufficient vision to navigate ice surface and avoid hazards.
Demonstrate, through written, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the rules associated with the Woodview Skating attraction.
In the event of an emergency, be able to safely evacuate ice surface by:
Having sufficient physical dexterity to return by foot to the Skate Building.

MID-STATION ATTRACTIONS

Woodlot Low Ropes
The Woodlot is self-guided and guests remain attached to cables at all times on a continuous belay. This attraction has 25 different elements of varying stability, including suspended logs, beams, ropes, cables, cargo nets and much more. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Stand and balance independently, without assistance.
Have sufficient body strength and physical dexterity to maneuver through the ropes courses, obstacles, and stairs.
Have sufficient vision to safely and independently maneuver through the ropes courses.
Demonstrate, through verbal or physical gestures, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the rules associated with the Woodlot Low Ropes attraction.

SUMMIT ATTRACTIONS

Timber Challenge High Ropes
Self-guided course high in the tree tops. At its peak elevation, the Timber Challenge sits 50 feet above the forest floor. If a guest requires the assistance of another to walk, climb stairs, or understand the curriculum being given, they will need to have a support person accompany them, however guests must be able to maneuver themselves (without assistance) through the elements. The terrain is varied and there are many stairs to climb, so we are unable to accommodate guests in wheeled mobility devices. This attraction features more than 75 aerial elements including unstable elements, suspension bridges, ladders, cargo nets, tight ropes, climbing features, zip lines and tight ropes. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Stand and balance yourself independently, without assistance.
Have sufficient body strength and physical dexterity to maneuver through the ropes courses, obstacles, stairs, and ziplines.
Have sufficient vision to safely and independently maneuver through the ropes courses.
Demonstrate, through verbal or physical gestures, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the rules associated with the Timber Challenge High Ropes attraction

Mountain Top Segway
This guided tour begins with ascending the mountain in our open-air gondola to the ground school training at the top of the mountain to familiarize you with the equipment After training, you are taken on a guided off-road trek along the top of the Niagara Escarpment where you drive your own Segway. The tour ends with a descent down the mountain in the gondola. On this attraction, guests will be required to:
Stand and balance independently while moving on uneven terrain, without assistance, on the Segway.
Use hand(s) and move your arm(s) in order to drive the Segway.
Have sufficient vision to safely maneuver along the Segway pathways.
Demonstrate, through verbal or physical gestures, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the rules associated with the Mountain Top Segway attraction.

MONTERRA GOLF
Monterra Golf is a challenging course with five tee boxes, so players at every level and ability can join the game. In this activity, guests will be required to:
Have sufficient level of skill of the sport to maintain the standard pace of play set for the golf course, which is 4.5 hours maximum.
Maneuver around and through obstacles such as uneven ground, hills, depressions, and ridges.
Have sufficient physical dexterity to navigate the 4 kilometre course and take up to 100 or more swings depending on skill level.
Walking, bending, steep incline and decline, slippery and wet conditions are all present when participating in the activity of golf at Monterra.

MOUNTAIN BIKING
Blue Mountain is home to some of Ontario’s best bike trails, both cross country and downhill. Currently, we can accommodate standard, two-wheeled bikes on our open-air gondola. We offer 24 downhill mountain bike trails ranging from beginner to expert, and 9 multi-use cross-country trails ranging from easy, wide paved and gravel paths, to technical single track. Trail features include a variety of paved, gravel and dirt surfaces; wider and narrower winding sections in open and treed areas; uphill and downhill sections of varying gradients; as well as, rocks, roots, rolls, wooden bridges and features. We provide group tours and lessons, offering trail knowledge and skill development that can be catered to the needs and abilities of our guests. Our rentals include a fleet of Downhill, Cross Country, and Pedal Assist Electric Bikes, as well as full protective body armour and helmets. If a guest requires assistance understanding the instructions delivered during our tours and lessons or the inherent risks of the Mountain Bike Liability Waiver, a support person will be required to accompany them. In order to safely bike, guests will be required to:
Balance yourself independently while riding, without assistance.
Have sufficient body strength and physical dexterity to maneuver a bike through varied trails and around or over obstacles.
Have sufficient vision to safely and independently maneuver through the trails while identifying obstacles and people at a distance that will allow appropriate time for avoidance.
Demonstrate, through verbal or physical gestures, individual acknowledgement and acceptance of inherent risks and individual understanding of the Mountain Bike Liability Waiver required for bike rentals, tours/lessons, and tickets.

HIKING
Hiking on Blue Mountain’s designated hiking trails is self-guided. There are limited hiking options for guests with limited mobility. Gondola ride down the mountain is subject to fee. A support person will receive a complimentary Gondola ride down ticket when accompanying a person with a disability who may require additional assistance.


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