The volunteers, participants, partners acknowledge and understand that exposure to disease causing organisms, such as COVID-19, and personal contact with others, including but not limited to participants, non-participants, organizers, volunteers, onlookers and other individuals in the activity/program involves a certain degree of risk that could result in illness, permanent disability or death. Participants acknowledge that Active SWV has not screened or tested any of the participants for such diseases. After fully and carefully considering all the potential risks involved, participants hereby assume the same and agree to release and hold harmless Active SWV and its employees, officers, agents, volunteers, vendors and contractors from and against all claims and liability resulting from exposure to disease causing organisms such as COVID-19.
Waiver – Please read and sign this waiver of liability before attending any in-person programs, activities, or events.
Survey – We would love to hear the types of activities you are comfortable attending in July. Provide feedback in this Active Status Feedback Survey.
Assessment and RSVP – required to attend activities. Online Reservation.
- This event has passed.
June 9 @ 12:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating until June 30, 2020
This is an important time to stay active to reduce stress, improve your immune system, and prevent chronic diseases. Moving your body 150 minutes a week, plus weight bearing activities is all it takes to live an active life as an adult. Children and youth need 60 minutes every day. #MoveYourWay
Every Tuesday in June we will be highlighting the trails of each of our counties; Nicholas, Fayette, Raleigh, and Summers. We hope to inspire you to explore your backyard trails and get first hand knowledge of the terrain and current conditions.
City, county, state, national park, and national wildlife areas will all be included. If you see a trail not mentioned in your county, please speak up! We want to compile an all inclusive list with the best maps available.
Feel free to post throughout the month with your trail questions and we will provide first hand knowledge from the local trail experts, Active SWV Community Captains and New River Gorge National River park rangers. Do you want to find trails with fishing access or trails close to you for stroller access? Trail walking is a great way to get outdoors this summer. This can be a way to find less popular outdoor places to visit on busy summer weekends.
Additional resources will be provided about:
– what to pack on a trail walk
– poison ivy and tic awareness
– wildlife and wildflowers to be on the lookout for
– being prepared for inclement weather
– how to keep your family safe while trail walking
All resources collected during this Trail Tuesdays event will be documented on this page; https://activeswv.org/resources2017/.
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