1. To the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for breach of contract, negligence or otherwise for any loss or consequential loss caused by a person acting upon the contents of any Videowalks video, or any maps, text, descriptions, route data or guidance supplied with or in conjunction with it.
2. Consequential loss shall be deemed to include, but is not limited to, loss of profits or anticipated profits, damage to reputation or goodwill, loss of business or anticipated business, damages, costs, expenses incurred or payable to any third party or any other indirect or consequential losses.
3. The videos, maps, text, descriptions and route data are provided in good faith, but must be regarded as approximate. We can make no guarantee as to their accuracy.
4. Excellent weather conditions are assumed in the descriptions and many of the walks become much harder to follow in poor visibility.
5. Even with the best planning, batteries do fail and electronic devices (mobile phones, smartphones, GPS receivers etc) can be damaged, be used incorrectly, cease to work or even get lost. Always carry spare batteries. All walkers should always carry a detailed Ordnance Survey map of the area being walked and a compass and know how to use them.
6. It is each walker's responsibility to ensure that the walk and the weather conditions are within their capabilities before setting off.
7. We hope that you obtain considerable enjoyment from these walks. Great care has been taken in their preparation. At the time of recording and photographing each walk, all routes follow rights of way or permitted paths, but diversion orders can be made and permissions withdrawn.
8. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the route descriptions, the publishers of these walks cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions, or for changes in the details given. The countryside is not fixed. Hedges, footpaths and fences can be moved and redirected, cliff tops can erode and rivers can dry up. Paths described may be pleasant for walking in fine weather, but can become slippery, boggy and dangerous in wet and wintry weather. Wet weather can also cause some streams and rivers to become impassable. On days where visibility is impaired by cloud, mist, rain or fog, some landmarks used as direction aids in the route descriptions may not be visible. On very wet days or after periods of heavy rain, new watercourses or tarns etc may appear that are not marked on any maps.
9. If you find an inaccuracy in these videos, text or maps, please email Videowalks at firstname.lastname@example.org.