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Important facts


Health and safety disclaimer

Event organisers and event hosts assume no responsibility for anyone attending any group event. The Group, group organisers, event organisers and event hosts will not be held responsible for any accident, injury or loss occurring during a hike 

Everyone taking part in the Group activities does so at their own risk

We do not employ qualified guides, leaders or first aiders on any of our events

When you join a walk or other event, you indicate that you accept these conditions and accept that no legal liability is accepted by the group, group organisers, event organisers or event hosts in the event of accident or injury, however caused

Participants in Group events are reminded that outdoor activities frequently need specialist equipment (boots, waterproofs, etc) and the group does not provide these

Participants are responsible for assessing their own risk, the safety of themselves and their guests and the suitability of any equipment used

Any Medical Conditions that may affect the participants during the walk should be notified to the walk leader prior to the start of the walk

While accepting no responsibility or liability, for walks and other outdoor events, the event host or walk leader may, at their discretion, not admit you to join the walk or other event if in their opinion you are ill-equipped for the terrain and weather conditions

Dogs are usually allowed on walks but this is entirely at the discretion of the walk leader- please see the individual event details or contact the walk leader- dogs must be kept under close control at all times and on a lead where necessary or requested by the walk leader

We have four levels of hike, leisurely, easy, medium, hard. Over the weeks we will cater to each of the four levels outlined below:

  • 1. Leisurely – a beautiful walk of less than 2 hours over a moderate and relatively flat terrain

1-2 out of 10 – example Villeneuve-Lez-Avignon

  • 2. Easy – a hike, but nothing extreme, suitable for beginners with a good walking tempo – under 2.5 hours and 9 km

3-5 out 10 – example Boulbon

  • 3. Medium – a more challenging walk, the terrain may be rough or uneven, the slopes might be steep, the length might exceed 12kms but shorter walks can also be challenging

6-7 out of ten – example The Gorge de Badarel

  • 4. Hard – rough terrain, steep slopes, the hands might be needed from time to time. Not suitable for those who suffer vertigo

7+ out of 10 – example The Dentelles de Montmirail 


'A thousand roads lead men forever to Rome'

Alain de Lille

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