These regulations apply to all participants and anyone accompanying them on any of the Vignes, Vins, Randos walks in this their 13th year, taking place on September 2nd and 3rd 2019.Vignes, Vins, Randos is a series of 15 delightful trails through the vineyards of the Loire Valley, to enjoy on your own, as a family or with friends. Each walk is guided by local winemakers ready to share their love of wine and their local expertise. Enjoy breath-taking views, and learn about the secrets behind our exciting, colourful wines! Learn how to match Loire wines with different foods – all in a warm, fun and friendly atmosphere. A great way to prolong the summer – even once the new school term has started!
Article 1: RegistrationThe number of participants for each event is limited so we advise booking in advance, although a few places may still be available on the day. If a walk is sold out, this will be displayed on our website. www.vvr-valdeloire.fr www.vvr-valdeloire.fr
1.1 Advance BookingsAdvance bookings can be made : :
1.1.1 PriceA reduced rate of €6 per person will be charged for advance bookings.1.1.2 General Conditions of SaleFull terms and conditions are available on the websitewww.vvr-valdeloire.fr. www.vvr-valdeloire.fr.1.2 Registering on the day - Registering on the day - Subject to availability
There will be a registration stand at the start of each walk taking on-the-day registrations. These take place from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm on Saturday and 8.00am – 11.00am on Sunday.1.2.1 PriceThe price for on the-day registrations is €10 per person.1.2.2 ConditionsOn-the-day tickets cannot be refunded. No refunds will be given to participants in the case of inclement weather or force majeure.1.3 Special Cases1.3.1 ChildrenChildren and young people under 18 years of age have a reduced rate : €1 for advances bookings and €2 for on the-day registration.1.3.2 Rambling ClubsCustomers with a valid membership card to the Féderation Française de Randonnée will be entitled to a reduced fee of €6 per person..
Article 2: The WalksParticipants may register for one or more walks over the weekend. Detailed information on our website www.vvr-valdeloire.fr. www.vvr-valdeloire.fr.
Exact departure points are given in the Trail documentation, on the website and on the confirmation of registration.
Article 3: Safety
The organisers and safety organisations present at each walk (e.g. Croix Blanche, UMPS etc, depending on route) will do all they can to ensure your safety. First-aiders will be on hand at each walk. Our medical staff are authorised to contact the emergency services if necessary.The police and other emergency services have been informed that these events are taking place.
Article 4 : Insurance
In accordance with current legislation, the organisers are covered by public liability insurance to cover the activities of all members of the organisation. A copy will be made available to participants on request.The organisers would recommend that participants wishing to do so take out personal accident insurance cover before taking part in the Vignes, Vins, Randos event.
Article 5: Image Copyright
The organisation reserves the right to use any photographs or videos taken during the event to promote the Vignes, Vins, Randos programme. By registering for the event, you agree to images being used in this way.
Article 6 : CNIL (Data Protection)
In accordance with the French Data Protection Law of 6th January 1978, you have the right to access and correct any personal data we may hold about you.
Article 7 : Material Damage
The organisers accept no responsibility for damage (theft, breakages, loss etc) to participants personal property, even if in their care. Participants may not take action against the organisers in the case of damage to their property. The organiser recommends that participants insure their property against material damage.
Article 8: Force Majeure
If a walk has to be abandoned in full or in part due to reasons of Force Majeure or any other reason beyond the control of the organisation, no refunds will be given. If weather conditions are deemed to be dangerous, the walk will take a different route.
Article 9 : Responsible Alcohol Consumption
The organiser promotes the idea of responsible drinking, and takes no responsibility for accidents or any other damage caused by drunkenness on the part of participants. Tasting measures of wine are served, and spittoons are provided. Participants are not permitted to participate in the walks with their own containers of wine.The organisers of Vignes, Vins, Randos would like to remind you that alcohol abuse harms your health and urges you to enjoy alcohol only in moderation.