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Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find an overview of frequently asked questions. If your question is not answered, please contact us. 

When will the 101st Four Days Marches take place?

The Four Days Marches always start on the third Tuesday of July. The 101st Four Days Marches will take place from 18 -21 July 2017.

When can I register for the 101st Four Days Marches?

The registration period for the 101st Four Days Marches (18-21 July 2017) runs from Monday 30 January to Friday 31 March. Check the button 'Register?' for more information about participation in the Four Days Marches.

How do I register for the 101st Four Days Marches?

You can register for the Four Days Marches quickly and easily by visiting our website between 30 January and 31 March. During the registration period, you will be able to access our registration module via the blue button on the right side of this page. We advise everyone to register online and make their payments online. If you are unable or unwilling to register online, you can request a registration form by contacting the Central Administration.

When can I reach the Central Administration?

We can always be reached in writing, by e-mail. From Monday 23 January onwards the Central Administration can also be reached by telephone on weekdays between 13.00 hrs and 16.30 hrs. Click here for our contact details. 

Is it necessary to register as early as possible?

No, by establishing registration periods the exact moment of registering does not matter provided one registers within the time limits of the periods.

Can I cancel my registration?

Individual participants can cancel their registration in writing up to 30 April. Any registration fee paid will then be returned after deduction of an administration fee (€10). After this date it is not possible to get the registration fee back.

What is my registration number and where can I find it?

When you register for the Four Days Marches for the first time you will be allocated an unique and personal registration number that will be linked to your name and other data. This registration number consists of a maximum of six digits. When you do not know your registration number you can request it at My Four Days. Use this number when you register or when you contact Stichting DE 4DAAGSE.

My reward in My Four Days Marches does not correspond with my number of successful participations. What should I do?

In My Four Days you can find the last reward awarded to you as registered by us. If this does not correspond with the last reward you received, you can contact the Central Administration in writing stating 'previous participation'. We will process all requests that will influence the draw that are submitted no later than 15 March before the date on which the draw will take place. 

I am planning to participate in the Four Days Marches again, after a break of several years. Am I still in your database?

If you have ever successfully completed the Four Days Marches, and it cannot be found in our digital database, then we should be able to find you in our archives. Our filing clerk is eager to find out what reward you received when you last successfully completed the marches, ensuring you will receive the correct reward for your next participation. You can contact the Central Administration in writing stating 'previous participation'. We will then send you a questionnaire that will enable us to find you in our archives. Requests that are submitted no later than 1 June will be processed before the coming Four Days Marches.

I want to walk less than my regulation distance. Is this possible?

The Four Days Marches are a walking achievement event and every participant is required to minimally walk their regulation distance. It is not possible to walk a non-regulation distance and waive a reward.
Participants with a disability, either physical or intellectual, and companions of children turning 12, 13, 14 or 15 in the year of participation, can appeal to the dispensation regulation of the Four Days Marches. This regulation is, however, not applicable to participants who cannot walk their regulation distance due to medical circumstances.

What is the best way to prepare for the Four Days Marches?

The Four Days Marches are a walking achievement event. Therefore, we believe it to be important that participants are well prepared. In the menu Preparation you will find several tips that will help you prepare.

Where can I spend the night during the Four Days Marches?

Information on accommodation during the Four Days Marches can be found at Accomodation in the menu Transport and Housing.

I have lost my medal, how can I order a replacement medal?

Click here for more information about ordering a replacement medal.

Where can I find more information on working as a volunteer with the Four Days Marches?

The International Four Days Marches are organised mostly by volunteers. Prior to and during the Four Days Marches hundreds volunteers are doing their work. At Event-Organisation you can find more information on becoming a volunteer.

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