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    • Outdoor recreation

    • Outdoor recreation or outdoor activity refers to leisure pursuits engaged in the outdoors, often in natural or semi-natural settings out of town. Examples include adventure racing, backpacking, cycling, camping, canoeing, canyoning, caving, disc golf, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, kayaking, mountaineering ... Read »


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    • Adventure park

    • An adventure park is a place which can contain a wide variety of elements, such as rope climbing exercises, obstacle courses and zip-lines. They are usually intended for recreation. "Recreational-oriented" adventure parks are usually designed for a larger volume of visitors. They do not follow a specific educational c ... Read »


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    • Balconing

    • «A thousand Japanese youths leap from a balcony into a round swimming tank.» Balconing is an activity that involves jumping from a balcony towards a swimming pool. Participants usually scramble up the sides of buildings and jump from one balcony to another or hurl one another towards a swimming pool. The diversi ... Read »


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    • Best Outdoor Sportsman ESPY Award

    • The Best Outdoor Sportsman ESPY Award was presented annually from 2002 to 2005 to the outdoor sportsperson, irrespective of gender or specific sport contested, adjudged to be the best in a given calendar year of those contesting the outdoor individual sports—understood as those related to outdoor recreation and na ... Read »


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    • Bungee jumping

    • Bungee jumping (/ˈbʌndʒiː/; also spelled "bungy" jumping, which is the usual spelling in New Zealand and several other countries) is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord. The tall structure is usually a fixed object, such as a building, bridge or cr ... Read »


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    • Outdoor cinema

    • An outdoor cinema (also called open-air cinema) consists of a digital or analog movie projector, scaffolded construction or inflatable movie screen, and sound system. Open-air cinemas first began at around 1916 in Berlin, Germany. Viewers usually sit on camping chairs or blankets. Some Hollywood world premieres were ... Read »


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    • Cliff jumping

    • Cliff jumping is jumping off a cliff as a form of sport. When done without equipment, it may be also known as tombstoning. It forms part of the sport of coastal exploration or "coasteering". When performed with a parachute, it is known as BASE jumping. ... Read »


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    • Commercial playgrounds

    • Commercial Playgrounds are developed to provide fun for 14 or more children in a safe environment. There are distinct differences between Commercial and Residential Playgrounds. Residential Playgrounds, though safe, are typically made out of lumber and do not have safety guidelines set up by different associations. The ... Read »


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    • Czech Hiking Markers System

    • The Czech Hiking Markers Standard is an international system of hiking markers for tourist trails, used in more countries than any competing standard. The signs and markers can be used in both wilderness and cities. The trail usually starts with arrow signs with names of destinations and number of kilometres marke ... Read »


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    • Czech Tourist Club

    • Czech Tourist Club (Czech: Klub českých turistů, KČT), known also as Czech Hiking Club was created in 1888. With over 40.000 members, it is a large organisation responsible for maintaining the dense Czech Hiking Markers System. ... Read »


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    • Czech tramping

    • Tramping (in Czech and Slovak language) is a movement incorporating woodcraft, hiking/backpacking/camping and scouting, with a characteristic flavour of and styled on American culture, especially the Wild West. The latter is particularly noticeable in the tramping song, a song and musical style associated with tramping ... Read »


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    • Exposure (heights)

    • Exposure is a climbing and hiking term. Sections of a hiking path or climbing route are described as "exposed" if there is a high risk of injury in the event of a fall because of the steepness of the terrain. If such routes are negotiated without any protection, a false step can result in a serious fall. The negotiatio ... Read »


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    • Flying fox (cablecar)

    • A flying fox is a small cable car, often propelled by gravity, and used as an item of children's play equipment and more rarely for other purposes. The term flying fox is Australian English and New Zealand English. In other countries, it is also known as a zip-line or zip-wire. The toy should not be confused with a (o ... Read »


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    • Fruit picking

    • Fruit picking or fruit harvesting is a seasonal activity (paid or recreational) that occurs during harvest time in areas with fruit growing wild or being farmed in orchards. Apple picking is an activity found at apple farms. Apple orchards may be opened to the public, allowing consumers to pick their own apples or ... Read »


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    • Garden pond

    • A garden pond is a water feature constructed in a garden or designed landscape, normally for aesthetic purposes and/or to provide wildlife habitat. Garden ponds can be excellent wildlife habitats, and can make a contribution to the protection of freshwater wildlife Invertebrate animals such as dragonflies and wate ... Read »


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    • Hang gliding

    • Hang gliding is an air sport or recreational activity in which a pilot flies a light, non-motorized foot-launched heavier-than-air aircraft called a hang glider. Most modern hang gliders are made of an aluminium alloy or composite frame covered with synthetic sailcloth to form a wing. Typically the pilot is in a harnes ... Read »


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    • Hazards of outdoor recreation

    • Outdoor recreation, such as hiking, camping, canoeing, cycling, or skiing, entails risks, even if participants do not recklessly place themselves in harm's way. In some circumstances, such as being in remote locations or in extreme weather conditions, even a minor accident may create a dangerous situation that requires ... Read »


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    • Head for heights

    • To have a head for heights means that one has no acrophobia, an irrational fear of heights, and is not particularly prone to fear of falling or suffering from vertigo, the spinning sensation that can be triggered, for example, by looking down from a high place. A head for heights is frequently stated as a requirement ... Read »


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    • High adventure

    • High adventure

      High Adventure is the fourth solo album by soft rock singer, Kenny Loggins. Released in 1982, it is perhaps best known for its top 40 pop singles "Heart to Heart", "Heartlight" and "Don't Fight It", which was co-written by Journey frontman Steve Perry, who also performs on the track, and Neil Giraldo, Pat Benatar's hus ... Read »


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    • Highpointing

    • Highpointing is the sport of ascending to the point with the highest elevation within a given area (the "highpoint"). Examples include: climbing the highest point of each U.S. state; reaching the highest point of each county within a specific state; and ascending the highest mountain on each continent (the "Seven Summi ... Read »


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    • Jeep trail

    • Jeep trail is a term originating in the United States to designate unpaved roads designed and maintained for use solely by high-clearance four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicles, regardless of the vehicle manufacturer. Only the more difficult unpaved roads are considered jeep trails while gravel or dirt roads passable in conve ... Read »


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    • Kloofing

    • Kloofing is an adventure activity that typically involves the descent of a deep ravine or watercourse that may be dry or wet. The defining factor is usually that the ravine is several times deeper than it is wide. All manner of walking, scrambling, climbing, swimming, plunging, jumping, bumslides or abseiling (rappelli ... Read »


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    • Manta ray night dive

    • A manta ray night dive is a scuba diving excursion to view manta rays. Depending on the amount of microscopic plankton present, the number of manta rays will vary. Some days no manta rays are seen while on days with high plankton levels upwards of a dozen may be present. While diving, scuba divers shine lights up ... Read »


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    • Mineral spa

    • Mineral spas are spa resorts developed around naturally occurring mineral springs. Like seaside resorts, they are mainly used recreationally although they also figured prominently in prescientific medicine. Spas were used for millennia for their purported healing or healthful benefits to those wealthy enough or cl ... Read »


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    • Moab Jeep Safari

    • Easter Jeep Safari is an annual event hosted by the Red Rock 4-Wheelers off-road club, where 4-wheelers come to challenge the rough terrain of the backcountry in the Moab, Utah area. Although its title does say it's a festival of jeeps, a few take on the trails in 4x4 trucks. The Easter Weekend safari lasts for nine da ... Read »


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    • Mountain Day

    • Mountain Day refers to three different and unrelated events: (1) Mountain Day, a student celebration in some colleges in the United States in which classes are cancelled without prior notice, and the student body heads to the mountains or a park, (2) International Mountain Day, held each year on 11 December, which was ... Read »


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    • MyOutdoorTV.com

    • MyOutdoorTV

      MyOutdoorTV.com is an internet television channel that provides streaming TV shows and product demonstrations to hunters, shooting sports enthusiasts, anglers, campers, boaters, and hikers. It is the largest online video network catering to outdoor programming. MyOutdoorTV.com carries many outdoor-related cable shows ... Read »


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    • National Recreation Area

    • National Recreation Area (NRA) is a designation for a protected area in the United States. Early National Recreation Areas were established by interagency memoranda of agreement between the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the National Park Service. The first National Recreation Area was the Boulder Dam Recreation A ... Read »


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    • Off-roading

    • Off-roading is the activity of driving or riding a vehicle on unsurfaced roads or tracks, made of materials such as sand, gravel, riverbeds, mud, snow, rocks, and other natural terrain. Traveling on off-road terrains require vehicles capable of accommodating off-road driving such as ATVs. These vehicles accommodate of ... Read »


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    • Outdoor enthusiast

    • An outdoor enthusiast is a person who enjoys sports and activities in nature and wilderness areas. Interests associated with outdoor enthusiasts include hiking, fishing, hunting, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, canoeing, climbing and camping. The terms backwoodsman and outdoorsman have also been used to describe som ... Read »


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    • Pack station

    • A pack station is the base of operations for transporting freight via pack animals in areas that do not allow for other forms transportation, either due to difficult access or use restrictions as defined in Wilderness Act. The station facilitates the transition from mechanized transportation to pack animals, and necess ... Read »


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    • Pergola

    • A pergola is a garden feature forming a shaded walkway, passageway, or sitting area of vertical posts or pillars that usually support cross-beams and a sturdy open lattice, often upon which woody vines are trained. The origin of the word is the Late Latin pergula, referring to a projecting eave. As a type of gazebo, it ... Read »


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    • Picnic table

    • A picnic table (or picnic bench) is a modified table with attached benches, designed for eating a meal outdoors (picnicking). Picnic tables are used for dining, resting, doing crafts, and other activities. Picnic tables can be found outdoors in many public parks, residential back yards, rest areas, campgrounds, am ... Read »


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    • Playground

    • A playground, playpark, or play area is a place with a specific design to allow children to play there. It may be indoors but is typically outdoors (where it may be called a tot lot in some regions). While a playground is usually designed for children, some playgrounds are designed for other age groups. Berlin's Preuà ... Read »


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    • Playscapes

    • Playscapes is a playground designed by artist and sculptor Isamu Noguchi and completed in 1976. The playground is located in Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Georgia ... Read »


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    • Recreation ecology

    • Recreation ecology is the scientific study of environmental impacts resulting from recreational activity in protected natural areas. This field of study includes research and monitoring assessments of biophysical changes, analyses to identify causal and influential factors or support carrying capacity planning and mana ... Read »


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    • Recreational diving

    • Recreational diving or sport diving is diving for the purpose of leisure and enjoyment, usually when using scuba equipment. The term "recreational diving" may also be used in contradistinction to "technical diving", a more demanding aspect of recreational diving which requires greater levels of training, experience and ... Read »


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    • Right of way

    • Right of way is a term used to describe "the legal right, established by usage or grant, to pass along a specific route through grounds or property belonging to another", or "a path or thoroughfare subject to such a right". A similar right of access also exists on some public land in the United States and Canada, as we ... Read »


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    • Rugged Maniac

    • Rugged Maniac

      Rugged Maniac is an annual obstacle course race, otherwise known as a mud run, hosted in multiple cities across the United States. Participants run a 5 kilometer (3.1 mile) course with obstacles ranging from muddy water slides, crawling through tunnels, jumping over logs set on fire, and scaling large, curved walls. Bi ... Read »


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    • Rugged Maniac Results

    • This page lists the winners of Rugged Maniac, a 5K obstacle course race which has been running since 2010. A number of participants hold records for multiple wins. The very first Rugged Maniac race was run in 2010, in Southwick, Massachusetts, where they hosted over 2000 participants. In 2014, they were featured o ... Read »


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    • Scuba diving

    • Scuba diving is a mode of underwater diving in which the scuba diver uses a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (scuba) which is completely independent of surface supply, to breathe underwater. Scuba provides the diver with the advantages of mobility and horizontal range far beyond the reach of an umbilical h ... Read »


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    • Skishing

    • Skishing is a variant on saltwater shorefishing that involves wearing a buoyant wetsuit and swimming out from shore with flippers to fish with rod and reel (typically a surfcasting rod), often using live eels. It is practiced as a means of getting further out to sea in order to increase the chances of catching a fish a ... Read »


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    • Snow cave

    • A snow cave is a shelter constructed in snow by certain animals in the wild, human mountain climbers, winter recreational enthusiasts, and winter survivalists. It has thermal properties similar to an igloo and is particularly effective at providing protection from wind as well as low temperatures. A properly made snow ... Read »


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    • Splash pad

    • A splash pad or spray pool is a recreation area, often in a public park, for water play that has little or no standing water. This is said to eliminate the need for lifeguards or other supervision, as there is little risk of drowning. Splash pads have existed in the commercial industry for decades. Typically there are ... Read »


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    • Sure-footedness

    • Sure-footedness refers to the ability, especially when hiking or mountain climbing, to negotiate difficult or rough terrain safely. Such situations place demands on a person's coordination and reserves of strength as well as requiring sufficient appreciation of the terrain. A person who is sure-footed is thus unlikely ... Read »


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    • Swimhiking

    • Swimhiking is a recreation activity which combines hiking and outdoor swimming. It has been conceived by Peter Hayes while hiking in the Lake District of England. When hiking and you arrive at a lake, you change into a swimming costume and put your clothes in a waterproof rucksack and you swim across the lake. On the o ... Read »


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    • Taghazout

    • Taghazout

      Taghazout (Berber: ⵜⴰⵖⴰⵣⵓⵜ, TaÉ£azut; Arabic: تاغازوت) is a small fishing village 19 km (12 mi) north of the city of Agadir in southwestern Morocco. The inhabitants are mostly of Berber origin. Fishing, tourism, and the production of Argan oil being the ma ... Read »


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    • Trail blazing

    • Trail blazing, or trailblazing (way marking in United Kingdom and Ireland), is the practice of marking paths in outdoor recreational areas with blazes, markings that follow each other at certain—though not necessarily exactly defined—distances and mark the direction of the trail. There are three main types o ... Read »


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    • Train surfing

    • Train surfing (also known as train hopping or train hitching) is a type of parkour that is the act of a on the outside of a moving train, tram or another rail transport. In a number of countries, the term train hopping is often confused with the term freight hopping, which means riding on the outside of a freight tra ... Read »


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    • Urban beach

    • An urban beach; or city beach and sometimes beach club, is defined by urban planners as an artificially-created environment in an urban setting which simulates a public beachfront, through the use of sand, beach umbrellas, and seating elements. It does not include swimming or any sort of natural sloping shoreline into ... Read »


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    • Walking in London

    • Walking is a popular recreational activity in London, despite traffic congestion. There are many areas that provide space for interesting walks, including commons, parks, canals, and disused railway tracks. This includes Wimbledon Common, Epping Forest, Hampstead Heath, and the eight Royal Parks: Hyde Park, Regents Par ... Read »


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    • Walking in the United Kingdom

    • Walking is one of the most popular outdoor recreational activities in the United Kingdom, and within England and Wales there is a comprehensive network of rights of way that permits easy access to the countryside. Access is also easy in Scotland but not in Northern Ireland. Walking is used in the United Kingdom to desc ... Read »


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    • WildPlay Element Parks

    • WildPlay Element Parks is a Canadian-owned chain of outdoor recreation parks located across British Columbia and Alberta and based on Vancouver Island. WildPlay’s first park was opened south of Nanaimo, British Columbia in March 2006 where the company operates North America’s first legal, purpose-made bungee ... Read »


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    • Woodcraft (youth movement)

    • Woodcraft is a recreational/educational program devised by Ernest Thompson Seton in 1902, for young people based on camping, outdoor skills and woodcrafts. Thompson Seton's Woodcraft ideas were incorporated into the early Scout movement, but also in many other organisations in many countries. In the United Kingdom, Qu ... Read »


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    • Zip-line

    • A zip-line (or zip line, zipline, Sypline, zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, death slide, flying fox, or foefie slide (in South Africa) consists of a pulley suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted on a slope. It is designed to enable a user propelled by gravity to travel from the top to ... Read »


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    • Zorbing

    • Zorbing

      Zorbing (globe-riding, sphereing, orbing) is the recreation or sport of rolling downhill inside an orb, generally made of transparent plastic. Zorbing is generally performed on a gentle slope, but can also be done on a level surface, permitting more rider control. In the absence of hills some operators have constructed ... Read »


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