TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Garda Trentino Experience
The excursions offered by the Garda Trentino Experience project are offered by Garda Dolomiti S.p.A. - Azienda per il Turismo – with head offices in 5, Largo Medaglia d’Oro al Valor Militare, 38066 Riva del Garda (TN) together with local tour organizers, as well as activities offered by third-party partners and marketed by Garda Dolomiti.
What to wear
You must wear suitable clothing and bring your own drinking water.
Should the User of the service for any reason cancel, there will be no refund of the sum paid when booking.
Substitute service and unforeseeable circumstances or force majeure
Should it prove impossible to carry out the excursion as a result of unforeseeable circumstances or force majeure, such as, for example, the decision at the sole discretion of the guides that weather conditions make the excursion impossible, then Garda Dolomiti S.p.A. is bound to refund the sum paid on booking.
However, with the consent of the User, Garda Dolomiti S.p.A. may make another service available to the User to substitute the one which was booked and has proved unavailable, as long as it is equivalent to or superior to the experience booked.
We invite our clients to carefully read this document for signing up for the activities organized by Garda Dolomiti and by third-party partners implies the automatic acceptance of the general conditions mentioned below. Garda Dolomiti reserves the right to make any changes to its disclaimer and to the legal notes published on this page at any time. The client is held responsible for verifying the contents of the disclaimer and the legal notes each time they go on to the site, insofar as the use of the site and the participation in the activities organized by Garda Dolomiti and by third-party partners implies the automatic acceptance by the client of such variations, once the eventual variations to the disclaimer and to the legal notes have been published. These General Conditions apply to all the activities offered by third-party partners and marketed by Garda Dolomiti within the Garda Trentino Experience project.
Garda Dolomiti makes every reasonable effort, in view of its risk management policy in connection with the activities organized, to reduce these risks within acceptable limits. Despite this, the very nature of the activities excludes at its root the possibility of controlling all sources of danger. Carrying them out as they are organized implies the User’s acceptance of relative responsibility. Garda Dolomiti cannot guarantee nor assume any responsibility as a result of carrying out such activities, even when involving minors or people with physical or cognitive disabilities.
In case a parent or a guardian were to read and accept the present disclaimer and its legal notes, please note this also implies the assumption of responsibility regarding the evaluation of the suitability of the minor in their care to take part in the chosen activity, regarding their educational and psycho-physical profile. It also implies assumption of responsibility for what is indicated in the specific disclaimer submitted to you, which you are to read carefully in the interest of your children.
The clauses here mentioned are not meant as means to avoid respecting the requirements prescribed under current legislation, nor to exclude responsibility for the cases in which it cannot be excluded in accordance with current legislation, but only to clarify the content of the relationship and the obligations for which each side is reciprocally responsible.
For any eventual dispute in connection either with the present site or the proposed activity, or any other subject, between the client and Garda Dolomiti, the client accepts the exclusive jurisdiction of the Court of Rovereto (TN).
I, the undersigned, having chosen to participate in the activity booked by me and having read the previous legal notes:
Trekking or mountain hiking is an activity based on walking on mountain terrain along routes which are more or less difficult, but not easily accessible. They require physical and mental effort, as well as a minimum of preparation and proper equipment, in view of the length of the trekking and the environment where it is carried out.
The risks are typical of a physical activity carried out in a difficult and inhospitable environment (injuries from falling down and/or crushing to the ground from above, tendinitis due to over-exertion of limbs or their incorrect use; Sun burn/erythema; Sun stroke; physical exhaustion etc.)
What you need to know: