Unveiling the Best Wedding Destinations in the US: A Guide to National Parks and Airbnb Venues
Looking for the best wedding destinations in the US? Look no further than the breathtaking national parks that offer a truly magical setting for your special day. Imagine exchanging vows amidst towering trees in Sequoia National Park or saying "I do" against the stunning backdrop of Rocky Mountain National Park. From the awe-inspiring landscapes of Zion and Arches National Park to the iconic beauty of Yellowstone and Yosemite, these natural wonders provide the perfect backdrop for a dream wedding. But national parks aren't the only options – we'll also explore how Airbnb wedding venues can create an unforgettable celebration. Discover everything you need to know about planning your ultimate wedding adventure, from permits to costs, and get ready to embark on an extraordinary journey of love and nature.
Wedding Venues in United States
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Popular Wedding Venues
When it comes to selecting a wedding venue, some cities have more options than others, which makes them highly sought-after by engaged couples.
Minnesota's Saint Paul and Minneapolis are ranked second and third on the list, respectively, with nearly 200 wedding locations available. However, Atlanta takes the top spot with an impressive 206 venues to choose from.
While quantity is important, quality matters even more. The best-rated venues can be found in Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Pittsburgh, in particular, boasts the highest quality venues, with an outstanding average rating of 4.89 out of five.
On the other end of the spectrum, Boise and Meridian in Idaho, as well as Cedar Rapids, are not ideal choices for couples looking for top-notch venues. These cities have average ratings of 2.81 and 3.02, respectively.
Get married in Sequoia National Park amidst historic trees
Sequoia National Park, protected by the Wilderness Act of the 1960s, offers a stunning natural landscape. The park features magnificent glacial canyons, expansive lake basins, lush meadows, and soaring granite peaks, making it the largest contiguous wilderness in California (National Park Service). In Sequoia National Park, you have the opportunity to exchange vows surrounded by giant sequoia trees—the largest living things on Earth, reaching heights of over 275 feet and dating back over 2,000 years—while enjoying breathtaking mountain views.
Best time of year for your wedding at Sequoia National Park:
- Accessible throughout the year
- Spring, summer, and fall are recommended
How to get to Sequoia National Park:
- Road trip from San Francisco (approximately 4 hours and 20 minutes)
- Road trip from Los Angeles (approximately 3 and a half hours)
- Road trip from Fresno (approximately an hour and a half)
Places to stay near Sequoia National Park:
Best outdoor wedding venue for your Sequoia National Park wedding:
- Moro Rock Trail: This trail offers a waterfall and a stunning mountain overlook, providing a picturesque backdrop for your national park wedding.
- General Sherman Tree Trail: As one of the most popular trails in the national park, this path takes you among the giant sequoia trees, including the awe-inspiring General Sherman tree, the largest tree in the world.
- Giant Forest Loop Trail: This loop trail allows you to wander through the giant sequoia trees, providing a less crowded option compared to other trails in the park.
If you're inspired to book your wedding at Sequoia National Park, click here to contact us and start envisioning your perfect day. Explore our range of National Park wedding packages, from sunrise elopements to two-day adventures!
Plan your Colorado elopement or adventure wedding at Rocky Mountain National Park
With its aspen trees, towering mountain peaks, rushing rivers, and dense forests, Rocky Mountain National Park is a breathtaking location for your wedding in Colorado. Personally, this park holds a special place in my heart as it was the first national park I ever visited with my family. I have fond memories of Bear Lake, which adds a sentimental touch to Rocky Mountain National Park as a wedding venue.
Best time of year to get married in Rocky Mountain National Park:
Travel tips for Rocky Mountain National Park:
- Fly into Denver, CO, and drive for about an hour and a half to reach the park.
Places to stay near Rocky Mountain National Park:
Best outdoor wedding venue for your Rocky Mountain National Park wedding:
- Emerald Lake Trail: This short, out-and-back trail offers stunning mountain views and leads to the serene Emerald Lake, providing a perfect setting for your wedding.
- Dream Lake Trail: This trail is a personal favorite of mine due to its unique mountain peaks surrounding Dream Lake. It's an idyllic backdrop for your national park wedding.
- Bear Lake: This trail holds cherished childhood memories for me, making it an irresistible option for couples seeking a wedding location. I highly recommend choosing an early morning or sunset ceremony to avoid crowds and witness the spectacular mountains reflected on the lake's surface. Additionally, Bear Lake is ADA-accessible and conveniently drive-up, perfect for including family in your adventurous wedding ceremony.
If you feel inspired to book your wedding at Rocky Mountain National Park, click here to get in touch with us. Let's start dreaming about your best day ever! Explore our range of National Park wedding packages, offering sunrise elopements and two-day adventures.
Experience breathtaking landscapes for your outdoor wedding at Zion National Park
Located in southwest Utah, Zion National Park is renowned for its striking red canyon walls, rivers, waterfalls, and slot canyons. As Utah's first national park, Zion offers a unique wedding backdrop, showcasing the state's iconic colors within its majestic canyon walls. Planning your wedding at Zion National Park guarantees you the splendor of Utah's desert, combined with natural water features and lush greenery.
Best time of year for your wedding at Zion National Park:
- Spring, early summer, and fall
How to get to Zion National Park:
- Fly into Las Vegas for the closest major airport to Zion National Park.
- Salt Lake City International Airport is the next closest option.
Places to stay near Zion National Park:
Best outdoor wedding venue for your Zion National Park wedding:
- Zion Canyon Overlook: This trail provides the best views and hiking experience for wedding photos in Zion National Park. It's a popular three-mile hike featuring wildflowers and a breathtaking view of Zion Canyon.
- The Watchman Trail: This year-round trail offers a river and stunning overlooks. It's suitable for hikers of all skill levels.
- Emerald Pools Trail: Nestled amidst the rocky canyon, this trail leads to a beautiful waterfall. It's recommended for use from April to November and provides outstanding views of the surrounding canyon walls.
If you're feeling inspired to book your wedding at Zion National Park, click here to get in touch with us. Let's start planning your dream day! Explore our range of National Park wedding packages, including sunrise elopements and two-day adventures.
Choose Arches National Park for a stunning wedding ceremony backdrop
Arches National Park boasts over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, creating a dramatic and breathtaking landscape. Located near Moab, Utah, this national park offers unparalleled scenery, making it a truly unique choice for your wedding venue. According to the National Park Service, "This red-rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations, refresh you with its trails, and inspire you with its sunsets."
Best time of year for your wedding at Arches National Park:
- Fall and spring
- Summer can be extremely hot
Travel tips for Arches National Park:
- Fly into Salt Lake City (SLC) and drive for approximately four hours to reach Moab.
- Fly into Walker Field Airport in Grand Junction, Colorado, and drive for about two hours to reach Moab.
Places to stay near Arches National Park:
Best outdoor wedding venue for your Arches National Park wedding:
- Delicate Arch: This trail features the iconic Delicate Arch, making it a popular choice for a wedding venue. Despite being a busy trail, the view and arch are worth it. It's a three-mile hike that can be challenging depending on the heat and weather patterns. Learn more about avoiding crowds at Delicate Arch here.
- Double Arch Trail: This popular one-mile trail leads to a double arch and features wildflowers along the way. It's suitable for all skill levels.
- Delicate Arch Viewpoint Trail: This heavily trafficked trail provides a different viewpoint of Delicate Arch, perfect for capturing the park's icon in your wedding photos.
If you're inspired to book your wedding at Arches National Park, click here to get in touch with us. Let's make your dream day a reality! Explore our range of National Park wedding packages, offering sunrise elopements and two-day adventures.
Experience a Beautiful Wedding at Yellowstone National Park
Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park became the first national park in the United States. This incredible park is famous for its hot springs, geysers (such as the famous Old Faithful), canyons, rivers, waterfalls, and lush forests. Within this national treasure, you can also find stunning geological features and iconic bison roaming freely. Imagine having these majestic creatures as guests at your wedding!
Choose the Best Time of Year for Your Yellowstone National Park Wedding:
Tips for Traveling to Yellowstone National Park:
Yellowstone is a perfect destination for a road trip! This massive park covers over 3,500 square miles, so having a car to explore is recommended.
This scenic trail connects two lakes along the rim of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. As you explore Yellowstone, you'll pass through meadows and forests, offering a variety of landscapes for your outdoor national park wedding ceremony.
This easy one-mile trail takes you around a tranquil Trout Lake. With beautiful mountain views and wildflower meadows, it serves as a perfect backdrop for a wedding ceremony.
Top 10 Viewpoints of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
For an extensive guide to Yellowstone National Park, including the top 10 best viewpoints of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, check out the travel blog The Mandagies! Click here to explore their guide.
Plan Your Dream Wedding at Grand Teton National Park
As you drive through the valley, the breathtaking jagged peaks of the Teton Range come into view. According to the National Park Service, "These mountains stand as a monument to the people who fought to protect them, rising above scenes rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain. Grand Teton National Park offers over two hundred miles of trails, the chance to float the Snake River, and the serene beauty of this remarkable place." Located near Jackson, Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park is the perfect destination for an adventurous wedding ceremony and reception.
Choose the Best Time of Year for Your Grand Teton National Park Wedding:
Travel Tips for Grand Teton National Park:
Find Accommodations Near Grand Teton National Park:
Discover the Best Outdoor Wedding Venue for Your Grand Teton National Park Wedding:
This 7.5-mile loop trail takes you to Jenny Lake, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the Teton Range. If you're seeking an epic mountain backdrop for your outdoor wedding, this trail in Grand Teton National Park is perfect. Although it's a popular hike, the breathtaking views make it worthwhile.
This shorter loop trail leads to Taggart Lake, offering gorgeous views of the Tetons. It's the easiest and most direct route to the lake, making it a great choice for a lakeside wedding ceremony.
This five-mile hike takes you alongside Jenny Lake, offering stunning views of a waterfall and the surrounding mountains. Suitable for hikers of all skill levels, it's a great option if you're planning to have guests at your adventure wedding or elopement in Grand Teton National Park.
Pull Off on the Side of the Road Through the Valley
If you're inspired to book your Grand Teton National Park wedding, click here to contact us and start planning your dream day. Don't forget to check out our National Park wedding packages, offering options for sunrise elopements and multi-day adventures!
Have Your Dream Wedding in Haleakala National Park, Hawaii
The summit district of Haleakala National Park offers breathtaking views of the sunrise. According to the National Park Service, "The knowledge, traditions, songs, and stories shared by the people of today give life to the Haleakala landscape, which has been cared for by Native Hawaiians for over 1,000 years. The summit and Kipahulu areas of Haleakala National Park contain important cultural places and sites that are mentioned in numerous Hawaiian songs and legends." If you're planning a wedding on Maui, consider Haleakala National Park as a stunning venue, especially for a sunrise ceremony. Check out our tips for planning a sunrise adventure at Haleakala National Park!
Choose the Best Time of Year for Your Hawaii Wedding at Haleakala National Park:
Any time of year is amazing in Hawaii.
Find Accommodations on Maui for Your Haleakala National Park Wedding:
This quick hike from the visitor’s center parking lot offers stunning views without the crowds. From the top, you'll have a direct view of the volcano's crater.
If you prefer to avoid early morning sunrises, Leleiwi Overlook is a great option. With smaller crowds and views overlooking the crater and cliffs, it's perfect for a national park wedding without the sunrise backdrop.
If you're inspired to book your Haleakala National Park wedding, click here to contact us and start planning your perfect day. Don't forget to explore our National Park wedding packages, offering options for sunrise elopements and multi-day adventures!
Plan your perfect day at Joshua Tree National Park
If you've always dreamed of waking up in a peaceful desert oasis with stunning mid-century modern architecture, exploring a unique desert landscape with strange-looking plants, and saying your vows in front of a beautiful sunset, then a wedding at Joshua Tree National Park might be just what you're looking for! With its perfect 70-degree weather, clear skies perfect for stargazing, and breathtaking scenery, Joshua Tree National Park is one of the best desert wedding locations in the world. However, there are a few things you should know before planning your own Joshua Tree elopement. Keep reading and I'll guide you through everything you need to know about planning your wedding at Joshua Tree National Park or visit this link to read my complete elopement planning guide!
Best time of year for your wedding at Joshua Tree National Park:
Spring and fall are the best seasons to visit.
How to get to Joshua Tree National Park:
Fly into Palm Springs and rent a car at the airport.
Fly into LA and go on a road trip!
Places to stay near Joshua Tree National Park:
There are many amazing options! Check out this link for additional places to stay near Joshua Tree National Park!
Best outdoor wedding venue at Joshua Tree National Park:
The Split Rock area is a great location for your wedding. It feels secluded and is usually less crowded compared to other options. You don't have to go far to find your own little desert paradise with unique rock formations and desert plants. There are picnic tables near the parking lot, so having a picnic with friends and family and then a short walk to a stunning private area for your ceremony is a great option.
Cap Rock is one of the most popular locations for wedding ceremonies. Its stunning rock domes and the opportunity to frame the rocks with Joshua trees make it incredibly beautiful. Although it can be more crowded than other spots, you can usually still find a great place for photos or your ceremony.
Hidden Valley is often recommended as a top elopement location in Joshua Tree, but personally, it's not my favorite. It's a popular area for rock climbing, which means there's a lot of people and less privacy. If you want to spend time in this area, I recommend having your ceremony and taking photos elsewhere, and then heading to the Hidden Valley group picnic table area for a celebratory dinner or picnic. There are also lesser-known spots with more privacy in the area.
If you're inspired to book your Joshua Tree National Park wedding, click here to contact me and let's start planning your dream day. Check out my National Park wedding packages ranging from sunrise elopements to two-day adventures!
Yosemite National Park: The perfect wedding venue in California
Located in the Sierra Nevada mountains, Yosemite National Park is famous for its majestic waterfalls and granite mountain sides. National Geographic describes it as a place filled with granite cathedrals. Yosemite National Park offers stunning backdrops such as Bridal Veil Falls, El Capitan, and Half Dome, making it one of the top 10 most visited national parks. From its lush valleys and meadows to the giant sequoia trees and otherworldly rock formations, Yosemite National Park has a diverse and unique landscape. The sunrises and sunsets are absolutely breathtaking, making it the perfect setting for a wedding venue.
Best time of year for your wedding at Yosemite National Park:
Travel tips for Yosemite National Park:
Getting to Yosemite National Park can be a bit challenging as it is located in a remote area of California. Here are three major airports you can fly into:
Sacramento International Airport (SMF) - About a 3-hour drive from the park.
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) - Approximately 3 to 3.5 hours from Yosemite National Park.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) - About 3 hours and 15 minutes from the park.
When booking a rental car, make sure to use an on-site rental car facility at the airport to avoid delays.
You can choose to camp inside Yosemite National Park. Some campsites require reservations, while others are first-come, first-served. Click here to reserve a campsite.
Another option is to stay at the Yosemite AutoCamp, which offers custom Airstream trailers and luxury canvas tents for a glamorous camping experience.
During my Yosemite adventure session, I stayed in Groveland, California, which is about 25 miles from one of the park entrances. I highly recommend the Five Butterflies Lodging bed and breakfast for a cozy and home-like stay.
Check out my list of the best Airbnbs near Yosemite National Park here.
Taft Point - A 7.5-mile trail that offers iconic views of the valley, Half Dome, and Taft Point. It's a bit more crowded, but perfect for a sunrise ceremony.
Sentinel Dome - A lesser-known 2.1-mile hike that provides amazing views of the valley, El Capitan, and Half Dome. It's less crowded and offers a stunning sunset backdrop.
Glacier Point - A drive-up location that offers breathtaking views of Yosemite Valley, Half Dome, Yosemite Falls, and the high country. It can be busy, but the sunset view is worth it.
Redwood National Park: A majestic wedding venue
According to the National Park Service, "Most people know Redwood National Park as home to the tallest trees on Earth. The park also protects vast prairies, oak woodlands, wild riverways, and nearly 40 miles of rugged coastline." Planning your wedding at Redwood National Park will offer stunning views of giant redwood trees and the beautiful California coastline.
Best time of year for your wedding at Redwood National Park:
Travel tips for Redwood National Park:
Redwood National Park is more remote, so a road trip is the best way to fully explore the area.
Best outdoor wedding venue at Redwood National Park:
Lady Bird Johnson Trail - One of the most popular trails in the park that offers iconic views and a moody atmosphere due to the fog.
Stout Grove - Known for its extraordinary beauty, this grove offers a majestic backdrop with its alluvial-flat grove and cathedral-like majesty.
The Miners' Ridge and James Irvine Loop - This trail offers stunning forest and coastline views, making it perfect for wedding photos deep in the forest among the redwoods.
Why North Cascades National Park is an Underrated Gem in Washington
Known as the Alps of America, North Cascades National Park is one of the best national park wedding venues in the U.S. Its jagged peaks, snow-capped mountains, and alpine lakes that can only be reached by hiking make it my favorite national park in Washington. Surprisingly, North Cascades is one of the least-visited national parks, which means you might have a whole mountain to yourself for your wedding or elopement! With hidden trails and breathtaking spots, North Cascades is just waiting for you to tie the knot. If you're dreaming of a wedding in North Cascades National Park, start planning here!
Best Time of Year for Your Wedding in North Cascades National Park:
- Summer and fall
- High elevation can cause storms in the fall, so summer is recommended
How to Get to North Cascades National Park:
- Fly into Seattle (SEA) and drive two hours
- Fly into Vancouver, British Columbia and drive two and a half hours
Where to Stay Near North Cascades National Park:
If you're looking for more places to stay near North Cascades National Park, check out my guide here!
Best Outdoor Wedding Venue for Your North Cascades National Park Wedding:
Because North Cascades is less well-known, I keep my favorite hikes and wedding venues a secret for Leave No Trace purposes. I only share these details with my couples, so reach out to me if you're curious about planning your national park wedding here. However, Diablo Lake Overlook is a beautiful drive-up location with stunning views and Park Butte Lookout is a seven-mile trail that leads to a one-of-a-kind fire lookout where you can even spend the night. Another wonderful spot is Artist Point, which offers panoramic views of Mount Baker and has multiple hikes starting from there. For more wedding venue locations at North Cascades National Park, click here!
Inspiration for Your North Cascades National Park Wedding
If you're feeling inspired to book your North Cascades National Park wedding, click here to contact me and check out my National Park wedding packages, ranging from sunrise elopements to two-day adventures!
Plan Your Dream Elopement at Olympic National Park
Located across the Puget Sound from Seattle, the Olympic Peninsula is home to stunning Washington beaches and Olympic National Park, making it a perfect destination for your elopement. Olympic National Park is known for its geographical diversity, featuring hot springs, rainforests, whitecap mountains, and a rugged coastline. You can start your elopement day on the coast and end with a mountain overlook at sunset. With its diverse landscapes, the possibilities are endless for your wedding day in Olympic National Park. Start dreaming up your Olympic National Park wedding here!
Best Time of Year to Elope at Olympic National Park:
- All year round due to the diverse landscapes
- Click here to see a winter wedding in Olympic National Park
How to Get to Olympic National Park:
- Fly into Seattle (SEA)
- Either drive around the Olympic Peninsula or take a ferry across the Puget Sound (I recommend the ferry!)
Places to Stay Near Olympic National Park:
For more options on places to stay near Olympic National Park, click here!
Best Outdoor Wedding Venue for Your Olympic National Park Wedding:
Hurricane Ridge is a fantastic destination for a winter elopement or wedding in Olympic National Park. The drive-up location sits at 5,242 feet of elevation and is typically covered in snow. You can enjoy activities like snowshoeing, skiing, snowboarding, and tubing here. The views and hikes from Hurricane Ridge are stunning, but keep in mind that there are restrictions on the number of cars allowed, so check their Twitter account for updates. The Hoh Rain Forest is another beautiful location, with lush greenery and waterfalls that will make your Olympic National Park wedding unforgettable. Ruby Beach, where the Hoh River meets the Pacific Ocean, is also a fantastic drive-up location with unique rock formations and driftwood. For more wedding venue locations in Olympic National Park, click here!
Inspiration for Your Olympic National Park Wedding
If you're feeling inspired to book your Olympic National Park wedding, contact me here to start planning your best day ever. Don't forget to check out my National Park wedding packages, offering sunrise elopements and two-day adventures!
My top choice for the best wedding venue in Washington's national parks: Mount Rainier National Park
With a height of 14,411 feet, Mount Rainier guarantees a stunning backdrop for your national park wedding. This park in Washington offers beautiful douglas firs, waterfalls, meadows filled with wildflowers, fire lookouts, alpine lakes, views of the Tatoosh Range surrounding Mount Rainier, and of course, the mountain itself. Mount Rainier is the tallest peak in Washington and the entire Pacific Northwest, making it one of the most iconic features of the state. The park offers breathtaking viewpoints at every turn, making it a perfect choice for any wedding. Whether you prefer a short hike or a multi-day backpacking adventure, Mount Rainier National Park has a variety of trails for your ceremony. Read my planning guide here to start planning your dream wedding at Mount Rainier National Park.
Best time of year for your wedding at Mount Rainier National Park:
How to travel to Mount Rainier National Park:
Fly into Seattle (SEA) and drive for approximately an hour and a half.
Fly into Portland (PDX) and drive for around 3 hours.
Click here for more options for accommodations at Mount Rainier National Park.
Best outdoor wedding venue for your Mount Rainier National Park wedding:
This trail offers panoramic views of Mount Rainier and the Tatoosh Range. It's a three-mile round trip with beautiful wildflowers along the way, creating an incredible backdrop for your national park wedding.
This hike takes you through a trail of old growth pines, providing a natural canopy that protects against rain. Along the trail, there are plaques that share the history of the pine trees, adding a unique touch to this easy and picturesque hike.
One of the most breathtaking views of Mount Rainier is the reflection of the mountain on the Reflection Lakes. This location is easily accessible by car and offers stunning views.
Inspiration for your Mount Rainier National Park Wedding
If you're inspired to book your Mount Rainier National Park wedding, click here to contact me and start planning your best day ever. You can also check out my National Park wedding packages that range from sunrise elopements to two-day adventures!
National parks are amazing wedding venues, but so are Airbnbs! I can assist you in planning an incredible wedding at an Airbnb wedding venue
I have included some of my favorite Airbnb wedding venues in this blog, but you can find more resources for planning an Airbnb wedding by clicking below.
From national park wedding permits to the cost of your adventure wedding: what you need to know to get married at a national park
Did you know that you can have your wedding at a national park? It's true! Our national parks offer some of the most stunning outdoor wedding venues in the country. From canyons to mountain overlooks, there are many diverse and breathtaking landscapes to choose from for your national park wedding. However, before you embark on your journey to your favorite national park, there are a few things you should know about planning your national park wedding:
National parks are not free wedding venues. You will need a Special Use Permit to have your wedding at a national park. The price ranges from to $200, depending on the park. You can find more information about specific national parks on the National Park Service website, which I have linked throughout this blog.
Aside from your partner, dress, flowers, and the epic national park wedding venue, don't forget about one of the most important aspects of your wedding: the marriage license! I can assist you with obtaining a marriage license for the state where you plan to get married. Additionally, you will need someone ordained to officiate your elopement ceremony and two witnesses present (and I am happy to be a witness, if needed!).
Don't forget to bring your National Park Pass along with your national park wedding permit and marriage license! The America the Beautiful annual national park pass costs and is valid for the entire year. It is definitely worth the investment!
If you're looking to make your wedding day truly unforgettable, look no further than the incredible national parks scattered across the United States. From the towering trees of Sequoia National Park to the majestic peaks of Grand Teton National Park, these stunning landscapes provide the perfect backdrop for your special day. Whether you're dreaming of a tropical beach sunset at Haleakala National Park or a desert oasis at Joshua Tree National Park, the options are endless. And if you're seeking something truly unique, consider the underdog of Washington's national parks, North Cascades, or the breathtaking beauty of Olympic National Park. No matter which national park you choose, your wedding will be a celebration of love amidst nature's most awe-inspiring wonders. And for those seeking a more intimate setting, don't forget that Airbnb wedding venues can also provide an amazing backdrop for your special day. So, whether you exchange vows among the giants of Redwood National Park or say "I do" with Mount Rainier as your witness, a national park or an Airbnb venue is sure to create memories that will last a lifetime. From permits to costs, we've got all the information you need to plan your adventure wedding. So, what are you waiting for? Start planning your dream wedding today!
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