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Engaging in activities described on this site are inherently dangerous by their nature, and no personal injury resulting from engaging in such activities will be the responsibility of the Last Frontier Adventure Club. It is up to the individual user to know their own limitations, asses the risks, and make their own decisions about what risks they are willing to accept.
Maps are provided in connection with many of the activities described on this site by the Last Frontier Adventure Club. These maps are not guaranteed to be accurate, and are provided for general informational value. It is not recommended that they be used as your sole source of navigational information while in the backcountry. These maps come from a variety of sources, and not all map files have been verified by the staff at the Last Frontier Adventure Club. It is strongly recommended that all persons traveling in the backcountry have a high quality topographical map, a compass, and learn the necessary skills to use them.