top of page

Terms and Conditions

TandCs

Introduction

The Camp 404 website is owned and maintained by Dave Beare for the purpose of promoting hillwalking and responsible (leave no trace) wild camping, the benefits to physical and mental wellbeing, and the comprehensive support Camp 404 provide to improve access and participation in these activities.

Insurance

As a Hill and Moorland Leader Dave Beare holds a current Outdoor First Aid certificate and is fully insured for activities within the scope of this Mountain Training qualification (Bluefin Insurance Services Ltd, policy underwritten by Sportscover Europe Ltd). 

Mountain activities are never risk free so taking out your own personal accident insurance before going on an expedition is recommended. Please refer to the Expeditions section below.

 

Expeditions

Emma Holland Mountain Training (EHMT) is the provider of all expeditions, and bookings and payments are handled  directly through the EHMT website and these terms & conditions apply.

As detailed in the EHMT terms & conditions, sometimes plans have to change and very occasionally events have to be re-scheduled or cancelled due to weather or other factors. Please also note that for all Camp 404 expeditions Emma Holland and Dave Beare work together as a leadership team. The strength of this partnership and the relationships we develop with expedition groups during training and preparation are an integral part of what we offer. So we guarantee you will be led by Emma and Dave and that there is no contingency plan to employ other suitably qualified leaders to provide cover for illness, injury etc. In such circumstances we would make every effort to re-schedule an expedition for a suitable alternative date, or offer a full refund. However, if an expedition does have to be re-scheduled or cancelled neither Camp 404 or EHMT accept any liability for other costs incurred by you (eg travel). So as well as personal accident insurance, we recommend you include cover for booking cancellation.

Training Workshops

  • You must be aged 18+, or accompanied by a parent/guardian to take part

  • Camp 404 take safety very seriously​

  • All activities are fully risk assessed and you will always be given clear and specific safety instructions. 

  • While risks are low, no activity is ever risk free and by participating you fully accept the risks​

  • By taking part in an activity you agree to observe the safety instructions given. If you ignore these instructions, you do so at your own risk.​

  • Camp 404 reserve the right to exclude anyone from participating if their actions are likely to jeopardise their own safety, or that of others. Camp 404 also reserve the right to exclude anyone behaving aggressively or using offensive language​

Resources

  • Camping, backpacking and educational resources are available to borrow for free​

  • When you borrow any item, this is done on the understanding that you will make every effort to take care of it

  • Photo ID and proof of address may be required before you can borrow anything​

  • You may be asked to sign as proof of receipt an inventory of all borrowed items.  This will be signed off by Camp 404 on return

  • After an expedition you agree to return borrowed items within 2 weeks

  • You agree to notify Camp 404 of any lost or damaged items as soon as possible

  • You agree to pay a contribution (an amount agreed with Camp 404) towards replacing any lost or damaged items, or costs incurred by Camp 404 due to the late return of borrowed items

bottom of page