by Adam Howarth, Editor

The following is a Love Wrexham walk disclaimer. Everyone following a route published by Love Wrexham does so at their own risk.

Party Safety

We carefully prepare and check our walks before publication. However, changes to the landscape and the environment can happen over time. Weather conditions, construction projects, closures or other events may cause directions to differ from the advice given. We cannot accept any responsibility for any inaccuracies resulting from such changes.

When following the trails, you are entirely responsible for your safety and that of any accompanying children and pets. Always exercise common sense, judgement and caution.

It is up to users to ensure they can undertake the trail. Users should use equipment suited to dealing with changing weather conditions and uneven terrain.

We assume no responsibility for anyone following a walk. Love Wrexham will not be liable for any accident, injury, public liability or loss of personal property occurring due to anyone following a walk or travelling to a walk start point, however they are caused.

While following the trails using a map, compass or phone, you should look where you are walking. We accept no responsibility for any accident that results from carelessness or you being unaware of your surroundings.

Proper Equipment

Routes should follow established footpaths and legal rights of way over private land. However, sections of these routes may be impassable due to fallen trees, overgrowth, land erosion, or landowner intervention. Ask landowner’s permission if forced to deviate from the public footpaths or rights of way. Always follow signs and do not trespass on private land.

We remind you that outdoor activities frequently need specialist equipment (boots, waterproofs). You are responsible for providing these for yourself. You are responsible for assessing the risk and safety of yourself, the people in your party and the suitability of any equipment used. Anyone with a medical condition that may affect them during the walk is responsible for notifying other people and carrying any medication they may need.

Dogs are usually allowed on walking routes. However, you must keep them under close control and on a lead where necessary, particularly when passing livestock.

Many of the routes pass through fields containing livestock. If you are uneasy being in close proximity to cattle, sheep, horses, etc, please find an alternative route. Livestock can be unpredictable. Please always be wary if the route takes you close to them.

Parking your car is at your own risk. We cannot be liable for your vehicle incurring any damage, removal, clamping, theft (of the vehicle itself, parts thereof or of objects inside) or fines while you are undertaking the walk.

This is a Love Wrexham walk disclaimer. Please follow this link to see our walk features.

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