Adventure is exploration that involves some degree of calculated risk taking such that the unexpected is possible. Adventure is arguably a human need or at least some individuals view it as a source of self-fulfillment. As such, it is common for recreation, sports and travel to be designed to create adventure. Likewise, everyday activities such as exploring an unfamiliar city or landscape can be considered adventure. The following are common examples of adventure.
Cross Country Running
Deep Sea Exploration
Hot Air Ballooning
NotesActivities such as ice skating aren't normally adventurous but can be in certain circumstances. For example, exploring a lake on ice skates.Some of the pursuits above are quite risky while others are less so. Please take care to learn about the risks involved in the activities above and how such risks can be mitigated.
|Definition|| Exploration that involves some degree of calculated risk taking such that the unexpected is possible.|
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