The tracks available on our websites are surveyed by our technicians or by people outside our staff, and are sometimes digitised tracks, i.e. plotted using geographic information systems on digital maps and aerial photographs.

Whatever the processing technique used, GPS tracks may contain errors due to the instruments used, or the way in which they are recorded or plotted. In addition, the conditions of the routes can change significantly over time, due to vegetation, snow, hydrogeological instability, road works, etc.

Therefore, GPS tracks must be considered as indicative information, just like the information contained in any topographic map. In particular, tracks should be used with great care in cases of poor visibility and adverse weather conditions.
In addition, it is possible that, without our knowledge, the routes may involve private property, or potentially dangerous sections due to the presence of vehicular traffic or the risk of accidental falls (e.g. channels without protection, exposed sections in the mountains, woods whose trees may fall after a fire, etc.).

We invite you to pay close attention to any hunting parties and avoid crossing the sections concerned.

FIAB Onlus invites anyone who uses the tracks published on our App to be very careful when using the information, and not to rely on the tools uncritically.

FIAB Onlus declines any responsibility for any kind of problem or accident that may occur along the trails.