Give somebody special a gift of adventure !
Gift certificates are available to the specification of the purchasing party
for safety instruction, climbing or skiing trips, or other trips. This includes
the trips I sometimes organize on an unguided basis.
You may specify a particular course or climb, instructional use but not
climbing or skiing, or a dollar amount valid for anything the recipient
chooses. For example, if you have a son or daughter skiing or boarding
in the backcountry and want to see that they get formal avalanche safety
training you can specify that!
How it Works (incl. Terms/Conditions):
You purchase a gift certificate, specifying any limitations you wish. Or
none at all, if you wish. You pay in advance for the certificate. It gets
entered in the records as an outstanding certificate.
A signed certificate is mailed either to you or directly to the recipient.
It will specify who it is a gift from and what it is for.
The recipient makes all arrangements for the class, climb, or other
event directly. They redeem the certificate, at which point it is entered
in the records as closed. Redemption can be for a deposit, a balance
due, or full payment as appropriate.
In general gift certificates are not redeemable for cash by the recipient
or the purchasing party. However, if the date of an occasion for which
it is purchased (i.e. a certain holiday, birthday, etc) is specified it
can be refunded minus a 10% processing fee until 30 days after that occasion by the person who purchased it.
In general the recipient cannot transfer the certificate to another
party, nor can they use it outside of what it was specified for. However,
I will contact the purchaser and allow them to decide on this if it
Sample Certificate: This is a simple pdf version.
Actual certificates are printed on a 24/60# paper certificate with a seal and
Please contact me (email@example.com,
877-604-0166) with any specific questions, or to purchase a certificate!
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