May 19, Wednesday Morning Hike - Le Marais in Vaud to Morges
This week we will hike between Le Marias in Vaud and Morges. The views on this hike are stunning. It is mostly flat or downhill and is approximately 2 hours.
Registration is required - Registration opens May 5th!
Please register on the Calendar by at least the day before the Hike to be sure to receive final details.
Hope to see you on the hike.
Once you register, a confirmation email will be sent to you with Louise's contact information and/or full hiking details.
As a reminder we also need to wear masks or remain socially distanced during the hike.
The first and third Wednesday mornings each month we follow hiking paths for generally 2 hours at a pace that allows for taking photographs and pausing at a particular area of beauty. We go into the countryside of the cantons of Geneva and Vaud. Public transport is usually necessary to join the hike. If you would like to explore local hikes at a gentler pace, this is the group for you!
Questions? Contact Louise here
Swiss Federal and Cantonal regulations will always be followed.
Wednesday Wanderers is open to all AIWC members.
Female adult guests are allowed (once per guest) and must be announced in advance when registering for the hike.
Children are not allowed on hikes.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed on Hikes.
Hikes are generally 2 hours, though this may vary. The distance covered will vary as these hikes are at a pace that allows for taking some photographs and lingering at a particular area of beauty. If you are interested in a brisker pace, please join the Friday Morning Hike group.
Hikes are generally in the cantons of Geneva and Vaud and are easily accessible by public transit. On occasion, there are hikes outside of these cantons that may be longer in length and require longer transportation links.
Anyone wishing to join Wednesday Wanderers must register on the Website or call the Welcome Desk to be registered for each outing.
In the interest of safety, it may be necessary to limit the size of the group - this is at the discretion of the Activity Leader
Hikers are responsible for wearing appropriate clothing and shoes and for bringing all necessary equipment and supplies, particularly water and snacks.
Participants are responsible for their own safety and wellbeing and must follow the instructions provided by the Activity Leader.
The AIWC declines responsibility for the loss of personal property.
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