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Book Review: Aerial Adventure Environments: The Theory and Practice of the Challenge Course, Zip Line, and Canopy Tour Industry

José H. González, Luis Acevedo

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Aerial Adventure Environments: The Theory and Practice of the Challenge Course, Zip Line, and Canopy Tour Industry

Speelman, E. A., Wagstaff, M., Jordan, S. H., & Haras, K. (2020). Aerial adventure environments: The theory and practice of the challenge course, zip line, and canopy tour industry. Human Kinetics.

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José H. González
Recreation and Tourism Management Department
California State University Northridge

 

Luis Acevedo
Department of Physical Education and Recreation
University of Puerto Rico

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book review; aerial adventure environments

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References


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Acevedo, L., & González, J. (2017) Training and Zip Line/Canopy Tour Operations Manual (Spanish Edition). CreateSpace

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Haras, K. (2012). What is this thing we do? Parallel Lines, 12(2), 13-15.

Harrison G., Erpelding M. (2012) Outdoor Program Administration: Principles and Practices. Human Kinetics

Martin, B., Breuning, M., Wagstaff, M., Goldenberg, M. (2017). Outdoor Leadership: Theory and practice (2ed). Human Kinetics

Rohnke, K., Tait, C., Wall, J., (1997). The Complete Ropes Course Manual (2Ed). Kendall Hunt Pub Co

Ryan, B. (2005). The Guide for Challenge Course Operations. Projec Adventure, Inc;




DOI: https://doi.org/10.18666/JOREL-2020-V12-I4-10796

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