Outerthere.com is an outdoor adventures booking site and community promoting activities and destinations using video of real experiences. Outerthere.com and all its derivatives is owned and operated by Outerthere Adventures, LLC (Herein after “Outerthere”). Outerthere and Salesnique, Inc. are wholly owned by, Al Berrios. Learn more in the About section.
Outerthere reviews, curates, resells, and hosts outdoor adventure trips and travel, inviting the public to come along. Just about any outdoor activity that Outerthere hosts, is inherently dangerous. Without getting into too much legalese, please understand that risk of discomfort, injuries, exposure to allergens, mutilations, death, and a whole bunch of other risks we won't even name here, is high. If you do acknowledge these risks, because chances are, you've been outside before, that means that you, your family, your heirs, executors, and administrators also acknowledge these risks and assume them entirely. And that means that you agree to indemnify and release Outerthere (including "Outerthere family", "Outerthere fam", Salesnique, Inc, and Al Berrios) from any legal liabilities associated with these risks. Which hopefully also means you won't sue if the proverbial hits the fan. Be aware that whatever activity we do through a professional outfitter or other guiding service will also ask you to sign documents with similar language to protect themselves as well.
That said, safety first! Outerthere takes preemptive and proactive safety measures* to keep anyone who books a trip with us safe. Prior to any trip, you may receive fitness, nutrition, weather, and gear recommendations along with difficulty ratings so you can decide if a trip is right for you and are properly prepared.
At the start of any trip, your Outerthere host and/or other outfitter may also go through a safety briefing, which includes review of maps, trails, appropriate use of gear and equipment, and what to do in case of emergencies.
But if anything should go wrong, unless you say otherwise, you also authorize Outerthere (and any of its assignees) to help you, primarily by getting you medical assistance. That doesn't mean that you will be left in pain until professional help arrives; with your permission, your host or outfitter can provide minimal, basic first aid if you're no where near a hospital. (You'd also be glad to know that there's usually other Outerthere fam who come on trips with medical training, how good mobile phone reception is at the destinations we go to, and how close we actually are to hospitals where you'd receive care within an hour or two of an emergency happening). Although these aren't reasons to treat your safety casually, they provide additional safety nets in case of emergencies.
Finally, you waive any right of publicity and understand that your likeness may be photographed or captured on video or otherwise reproduced for the commercial benefit of Outerthere and/or its affiliates and partners. You waive any claim to royalties and agree to the use of your likeness for any purpose. You understand that Outerthere may use and/or license your likeness in any manner that it wishes, in any and all media formats. These uses include but are not limited to promotional activities, marketing, advertising and other uses such as selling photographs as a service to participants, including to you. If you do not wish your likeness to be used, kindly let us know.
Also, one last thing. In order to make sure we do right by our sponsors and affiliates so we can get paid, this website uses 3rd party tracking technology (from companies like Google, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Mailchimp, etc) and continued use of this site means you're cool with that. Outerthere.com is not that high-tech. We only know who you are if you sign up to something. However, these companies probably know who you are and follow you everywhere. All Outerthere is interested in is getting full credit for getting you all stoked and buying stuff. Word. And thanks for understanding.
*Please note that Outerthere reserves the right to limit group sizes and decline a reservation if we assess that it poses a danger to our host, the group, or a destination. Nothing personal.