The Wilderness Guru and its Owner/ Registered Maine Guide, Victoria Gray, is not liable or held responsible for result of injury from possible dangers and hazards inherent to participants in the guided experience ("Program").
Due to the nature of the activities involved, it is fully up to the participant to recognize and appreciate that such dangers and hazards** exist. The participant must accept and assume full responsibility for all harm and injury, of every nature, including death, which may occur to them or which they may suffer or cause to others, and for all damages or loss to any real or personal property owned by themselves or damaged by them, while participating in the Program and during all travel and transportation, and, in furtherance thereof, must agree to indemnify, hold harmless and release The Wilderness Guru, its guides, Trustees, employees, volunteers and agents, from and against any and all claims, demands, actions or causes of action, on account of damage or loss to their real or personal property, their personal injury or death, or the personal injury, death or damage to real or personal property of others caused by themself, which may occur or result directly or indirectly from their participation in the Program and not as a direct result of any gross negligent act of The Wilderness Guru , its guides, Trustees,
employees, volunteers or agents.
All participants must be able to physically withstand and cope with the indicated rigors of the
Program with or without a reasonable accommodation. If an accommodation is needed, you may
contact Victoria Gray or another designated agent of The
Wilderness Guru to arrange such accommodation.
In the event of a personal medical emergency during the Program, each participant must hereby give The Wilderness Guru's Owner/ Registered Maine Guide, Victoria Gray, permission to provide basic first-aid and CPR, including the administration of over-the-counter pain relievers and/
or allergy medication. In so doing, one assumes the risk of any adverse reaction from said procedure or medication given by The Wilderness Guru, its guides, Trustees, employees, volunteers or agents, knowing that the mentioned company does not have access to my full medical history.
This "Release and Assumption of Risk" shall be construed and interpreted pursuant to the
laws of the State of Maine, and if any portion thereof is held invalid, void, unenforceable or
illegal, the remainder shall continue in full force and effect. All participants are required to sign the mentioned "Release and Assumption of Risk" waiver prior to the start of the Program.
If a participant is under the age of 18, the parent/ guardian must agree, in consideration of their child being permitted to participate in the Program, to be bound by the terms of this Release and Assumption of Risk and thereby indemnify, hold harmless and release The Wilderness Guru , its Trustees, employees, volunteers and agents, in the same manner and with the same force and effect as set forth in the above written with regard to their child participating in the Program.
** Such dangers, hazards and risks of this activity may include, but are not limited to, injuries
inflicted by the following:
In addition to signing the Release and Assumption of Risk waiver, participants are required to provide their Registered Maine Guide with pertinent medical history, allergy information, and emergency contact. All necessary forms can be found below, including an optional photography marketing permission form.