Great Peak District Walks – Guided Tours
Terms and Conditions
Upon attending the tour you will be asked to sign and agree to the following Terms and Conditions:
Accident or Loss
Please take care of all personal property. Great Peaks District Walks will not be liable for any theft, loss, damage, delay, inconvenience, direct or consequential loss, however caused unless due to negligence by Great Peak District Walks, in which case our liability is limited (except for death or personal injury) for damages to a maximum of the refund of the ticket price.
Each customer is responsible for maintaining their own safety at all times. By agreeing to take part on the walk all customers are agreeing to listen to the safety instructions given by the Guide and to exercise due care and attention whilst walking.
Customer Conduct and Safety
Great Peak District Walks may at the guides discretion require any person to be excluded from a walk if the Guide deems his or her conduct to be offensive or a nuisance to other customers. Great Peak District Walks also reserves the right to refuse access to participate on a particular walk should circumstances be deemed to compromise walking safety.
Only customers who have booked in advance can attend the walk. There is a maximum of 10 people per walk.
Arriving late for a walk
The walk will start at the time stated. Unfortunately the guide will not be able to answer their phone to give you directions once the walk has started. If you call the guide before the tour starts they may be able to direct you to a place where you can join the group. However, this is not always possible. We do not offer refunds to customers who miss the walk because they are late.
If you are not happy with the walk and would like to request a refund you must state the reasons why clearly in an email to ………………………………… This does not include customers who failed to turn up for the walk at the designated time.
The majority of our group guided walks are on countryside footpaths and over Access Land. The ground is often rough, stony and sometimes muddy or boggy. Most of the routes also involve climbing over or squeezing through stiles. There are not usually public toilets along the route of our walks. Customers need to carry essential items in a rucksack, such as food, drinks, spare clothing, waterproofs, etc…
A packed lunch is required on most of our full day walks which you should bring with you.