The traces available on our websites are detected by our technicians, or by people external to our staff, and sometimes they are digitized traces, or traced through geographic information systems on digital maps and aerial photos.
Whatever the processing technique, the GPS tracks may contain errors due to the tools used, or to the methods of detection or tracking. Furthermore, the conditions of the routes can change over time, even significantly, due to vegetation, snow, hydrogeological instability, road works, etc.
Therefore, the GPS tracks must be considered as indicative information, just like the information contained in any topographical map. In particular, the tracks must be used with the utmost care in cases of poor visibility and adverse weather conditions.
It is also possible that, without our knowledge, the itineraries involve private properties, or sections that are potentially dangerous due to the presence of vehicular traffic or for the risks of accidental falls (for example unprotected canals, exposed sections in the mountains, woods trees can fall after a fire etc.).
We invite you to pay close attention to any hunting trips, avoiding crossing the affected sections.
ItinerAria invites anyone who uses the tracks published on our App to pay close attention to the use of information, and not to rely on the tools uncritically.
ItinerAria declines all responsibility for any type of problem or accident that may occur along the routes.