Andrew Skurka Adventures LLC is a Colorado-based company.
Cancellations & refunds
Cancellations made at least 60 days prior to trip’s starting date receive a full refund, less the deposit.
Cancellations made 30-59 days prior to the trip’s starting date will receive a 50% refund, less the deposit.
Cancellations made 0-29 days prior to trip’s starting date, or after the trip has begun, will not receive a refund.
At my discretion, refunds may be greater than the stated policy and/or non-refunded amounts may be credited towards a future trip. If I can fill your vacant spot, I have more flexibility than if it remains open.
Refunds will be issued promptly in the form of a check.
Every year, clients cancel due to personal injury, unexpected scheduling conflicts, illness and death of loved ones, job changes, and other reasons. Cancellations are a lose-lose-lose situation: for you, for me, and for the group (which will miss out on your wonderfulness).
I strongly encourage that you purchase travel insurance, especially if you have joined one of the longer trips and/or if you must fly to the trip location. To make it more convenient for you to obtain travel insurance, I am in the process of partnering with AIG TravelGuard. In the meantime, individual policies can be purchased directly from TravelGuard and from other travel insurance companies.
In 2019 Andrew Skurka Adventures LLC has permission to operate commercially in:
- Rocky Mountain National Park, and
- Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park.
One guide on every trip must have a current Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certification. The other guides must at least have current CPR certifications, although Wilderness First Aid (WFA) certification is encouraged.
Before participating in any guided trip, clients must complete two forms:
- Medical Checklist
- Acknowledgement and Assumption of Risks, OR
- Acknowledgement and Assumption of Risks, and Agreement of Release and Indemnity (where permissible)
Andrew Skurka Adventures LLC will not sell or share your information for commercial purposes.
In the event of an injury, medical information you have provided will be shared with the appropriate medical personnel who are providing care.