In case of doubts have arisen regarding participation or other rules, it HÆRVEJSMARCHENs "March Ordinance ", which is the current practice. March Rules are available at the Information Desk .
HÆRVEJSMARCHENs routes must be carried on foot or in a wheelchair as a single continuous or marching team. Nordic Walking are welcome to HÆRVEJSMARCHENs routes.
START AND GOAL
Both days at Viborg Kasernehal and out side at the Parade Square.
Tobacco smoking and open flames in forest and moorland is strictly prohibited. In agreement with Viborg Police, all cruising and racing participants use the right lane if footpath, sidewalk or bicycle path is not available .
PICNIC AREAS AND MINI TERMINALS
Hærvejsmarchen decorate rest stops on the routes, where you can buy food and drinks. First aid, toilets and water basin are available. In addition, a number of smaller private spaces , with limited range.
KEEP THE ENVIRONMENT CLEAN
Waste please thrown into waste containers or loaded by HÆRVEJSMARCHENs markings along the route..
DOGS ON LEADS
According to the march rules, you are allowed to bring your dog as long as it is on a lead.
In general, HÆRVEJSMARCHEN does not have a disabled route. However, disability organisations, associations, etc. may be granted exceptions for route lengths, and complete e.g. the 10 km route (orange), by contacting HÆRVEJSMARCHEN’s secretariat in good time before the march is held. The optional distance can be completed in a wheelchair.
For teams with disabled participants, the following applies: If you have a documented need for helpers/caregivers, you will be given a free start card for every 20 participants on your team. The team leader is kindly requested to register and pay for everyone, and to notify the secretariat by e-mail if there are registered persons who are caregivers per these guidelines. When you collect the start cards, the authorised number of caregivers will have their start cards refunded through the team leader.
HÆRVEJSMARCHEN offers first aid along the march routes and at the starting and finishing points. All first aid posts are manned by trained medical personnel from the Danish Red Cross.
RULES ABOUT TEAMS
You can choose a team name in the registration module, and can continuously add new participants to the team.
Teams can be registered for all the distances. The team itself or the team leader will decide which routes the team and the individual team members will walk. It is possible to register team members for several different routes and still be registered as having completed the march together, and to receive medals.
The same rules apply to teams as to individual hikers regarding the right to IML stamps and to buy IML medals – you must have completed at least 2x20 km.
In the same way as individuals who have registered for HÆRVEJSMARCHEN who are over 70 years old get an exception, team members who are over 70 can have the IML stamp and buy an IML medal after completing 2x10 km.
We remind you that you are always free to walk as far as you want to and can manage, regardless of gender and age. So you are very welcome to walk further than the 2x10 km, even if you are over 70.