Alberta Wilderness Association - Hikes and Tours Registration

By: Go Wild Alberta  09-12-2011

Thank you for participating in our Hikes and Tours program. This is a wonderful opportunity to visit Wild Alberta places with a knowledgeable hike leader and a group of interested people.Choose the hikes or tours you would like to participate in and follow the directions. Please note that some trips have differential fees for members and non-members.If you are paying for more than one person, please write the names of those accompanying you in the "Confirmation of Purchase" box.Once you have registered, we will send you more information about the trip and where participants are to meet. Each participant must sign a waiver form, which will be issued at the beginning of each trip.

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