In this article, you will learn:
1. about our liability regarding the content of this website,
2. what you can and cannot do with the form, presentation and content of this website,
3. how we deal with your privacy,
4. what we do with cookies and how you should deal with them.
5. about advertising on this website
WalkiTech does not accept any liability for damages arising from the use of, or information offered on the website or incompleteness in any way.
The information on the website is always verified to the best of our ability before being published. However, external circumstances can always cause information to be temporarily or permanently incorrect. Think for example of road changes that alter walking routes or make them completely impossible. You should bear this possibility in mind at all times and never take irresponsible risks by ignoring the local signs and information. The same applies to traffic rules, which always take precedence over the way a route is followed. Know how to walk in groups or individually along traffic routes. Respect private property and do not deviate from footpaths. Keep dogs on a leash at all times, unless explicitly stated otherwise locally. Also know where dogs are and are not welcome. And finally, realise that a fall or knocked-over foot on a hiking trail is not due to this website, but to unforeseen bad luck or carelessness.
Where necessary, we remind you on the website to always check certain info yourself. This is especially the case for info on public transport and for gpx tracks that show the route of our hikes.
This website may also contain links to third-party websites. WalkiTech is also not liable for any damages resulting from the use of those websites.
All rights including all intellectual property rights to all content information and visual material on the website remain reserved by WalkiTech at all times. Use thereof is not permitted without WalkiTech's prior written consent. Please email to request such permission.
e-Stappers (gpx files) that you can download from the website are intended for personal use. Under no circumstances may you make them publicly available (either for free or for a fee) through your own distribution channels, such as websites and social media, or those of other individuals, organisations and companies.
The WalkiTech website does not ask for your personal data in any way, therefore cannot register and track them, and is therefore not accountable for them.
The company hosting the Walkitech website provides us with limited statistical visitor information. This information does not make it possible to identify visitors individually and therefore does not affect the privacy of our website visitors.
However, you can contact us on your own initiative via an e-mail address provided on the website. What is sent to us via that e-mail address is not stored in the web space within which the WalkiTech website operates, and is therefore separate from it. What you tell us in an e-mail to that address, you have told us consciously and of your own free will. We treat that info as completely confidential and personal, separate from the website.
When opening the Walkitech website, we ask you to accept the storage of cookies. You can accept or decline that question.
You can also opt out of cookies by setting your internet browser so that it no longer stores cookies. In addition, you can also delete all information previously stored via your browser settings.
That is also the reason why we ask that you, as a visitor, do not try to benefit financially or materially from the information on this website by posting it on other websites, social media or media in general (also see 2.)