Booking Fee for all walks is £4 except the Nordic Walk Sunday 29th September (£5).
Bookings accepted from 1st April 2013
Health & Safety.
It is the responsibility of
all walkers to ensure that they are physically fit enough to take part in the
walks that they have selected and that they have appropriate clothing and
- For most walks, walking
boots/shoes are essential
- Carry sufficient water for
the length of the walk
- Carry both sun protection
and wet weather protection
- Take high energy snacks
The walk leaders will
exercise their right to refuse to take ill-equipped walkers.
Children under 18 must be
accompanied by an adult
Please arrive at the meeting
point at least 10 minutes before the start of each walk. This is especially important for walks that
include a bus or train journey. Walks
will commence at the given time, whether all participants have arrived or not.
Please note the finishing times for all walks are approximate.
The walk leader will be at
the meeting place whatever the weather.
However, in exceptional weather conditions, the walk may be re-routed or
cancelled to ensure your safety.
Well behaved dogs are
welcomed on some walks. Dogs must be kept on a short lead at all times. Walks are not guaranteed to be dog friendly;
you may need to help your dog over stiles.
The booking fee - £4.00 per
adult per walk (£5 for the Nordic Walk on Sunday) - is non-refundable. If
the booking includes additional payment for transport or a meal, we will try to
re-sell your tickets, provided you notify us of cancellation no later than 21
days in advance of the walk date.
However, our own unsold tickets will take priority. A £1.00 administration fee will be charged
per ticket resold. Any cancellations within 21 days of the walk will not be
refunded. Please inform us of any
cancellation as soon as possible, since many of the walks have a waiting list.
Ross-on-Wye Walkers are
Welcome Steering Group reserves the right to alter this festival programme
without prior notice. The details in
this programme are believed to be correct at the time of going to press.
Ross-on-Wye Walkers are
Welcome Steering Group has endeavoured to ensure the safety of all festival
participants. It cannot, however, be
held liable for any injury or loss of, or damage to, personal property, however
caused, except to the extent to which it is unlawful to exclude such liability
under the applicable law. You are
advised to take out insurance against accident and personal injury.
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