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Indeed, since many adventure tourism products are only available to individuals skilled in particular outdoor recreational activities, it is difﬁcult for any one researcher to examine the full breadth of activities offered, let alone a representative worldwide selection from each. In compiling this volume I have drawn on personal experience of over 100 commercial adventure tourism products over a period of several decades. For many of these I took part completely incognito as a paying client. g.
Guides Most of the research literature on the psychology of adventure tourism and recreation has focused on the participants. A few researchers, however, have examined the perspective of the guides. g. by Lopez (1980) and more recently by Arnould and Price (1993) for river trips, and O’Neill et al. (2002) for diving tours. Only recently, however, has the psychology of the guides been considered. Parker and Avant (2000) found that whilst mountain climbing guides saw their role as educational, backcountry horse packers saw themselves simply as providing a service.
1. Format of case study descriptions. Subheading Issues examined Place Company Activity Equipment Accommodation Statistics Access Community Experience Environment Safety Marketing Where does the tour itself take place? Who operates the tour? What is the major adventure activity involved? What does the operator provide and what must clients bring? Where do clients stay overnight during the tour, for multi-day trips? Group size, client/guide ratio, duration, price range and structure Land and sea access, permits and fees Local involvement and conﬂicts Client comfort, excitement and satisfaction Environmental management and education Risk level and safety procedures Accuracy of claims in marketing materials Experience, Audits and Case Studies Information about adventure tourism, as presented in this volume, is derived from several different sources.