ATRA is now seeking proposals from universities or other potential partners based outside of the UK to host the 2016 International Adventure Conference. After the great success of the last event in Sogndal, with participants from 26 countries, ATRA members will have an understanding of the kind of engaging, inclusive and enjoyable event that ATRA […]
Hot on the heels of securing a €1.8 million grant to lead a project to improve and extend the marketing of slow adventure businesses in northern Europe, CRTR is delighted to announce that it has been successful with a further application for a major trans-national tourism project, securing one of only 15 grants, from over […]
Confirmed keynote speakers Author of ‘River Magic’, Professor Eric Arnould, University of Southern Denmark Dr Scott Cohen, University of Surrey Andrew Denton, Chief Executive of the Outdoor Industries Association World Downhill Mountain Bike Champion Steve Peat Adventurer and author Alistair Humphreys Now in its fourth year, the Adventure Tourism Research Association is delighted to […]
The Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research (CRTR) at West Highland College was recently successful in securing a grant from the Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2014 – 2020 for a trans-national project: ‘Slow Adventures in Northern Territories’.