Terms and Conditions.
Adrenaline Buzz
To book your activity/activities we need a 50% payment by cheque at the time of booking and the remainder 14 days before the activity day.

If the booking is less then one month away from the activity the full payment is needed.

Definitions:
The Provider...Adrenaline Buzz.
The Client...The individual or organisation making a booking.
Activity....The course referred to in the booking.
Leader...Adrian Herald or his agent designated to lead the course/activity booked.

1. Deposits are not returnable.
2. Bookings are only confirmed when deposits/payments are cleared.
3.The balance of any fees must be paid 14 days prior to course, without this there is no obligation to hold your booking.
4. Should you cancel without 7 days notice there will be no refund.
5. Should your activity be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances you will be offered a full refund or alternative date.
6.Your safety is important to us. There is an assumed risk in some of our activities. You must follow the instructions of the leader.
7. The Provider reserves the right to make changes to activities and courses in anticipation of adverse conditions or as a result of the same.
8.All accidents and injuries must be reported to the leader and be properly documented.
9.The Provider reserves the right to refuse participation to anyone believed to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol and no refund will be given in these circumstances.
10. A completed health form showing any disability or medication will be required with the booking.

Privacy Policy.
Your personal information will be kept secure by us and not shared with third parties unless in the case of an emergency or accident the information will aid the emergency services.

Insurance.
While Adrenaline Buzz is insured for Public and Employee Liability, you are advised to obtain your own.

British Mountaineering Council
Statement of Participation.
The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants should be aware of and accept these risks.