Crafting Outstanding Experiences
Our goal at Pursuit Adventures is to inspire our guests to play outside and help them experience their adventure so that they can discover the food, people and natural beauty of the region.
We believe adventure is about doing things that are new and different for each of us, doing things that can be a little scary but that also makes us curious to explore further.
Our guests, the visitors to the region and our industry all benefit when we work together, share and collaborate. This is our attempt at sharing some of the things we’ve learned along the way, paying forward all the great support we’ve received over the years.
Our Guide To
The Pursuit Adventures Experience
What makes an experience uniquely ours has lived mostly in our heads and a collection of notes. As we wrap up our first 10 years of adventure we’re taking some time to make sure that we are ready for what’s next.
These guidelines are a small step towards being better at explaining who we are, what we do and the new adventures we’re dreaming up.
Our Latest Posts
Stories & Ideas
These are the elements we bring together to create the adventure. This is our framework to determine which options will best work together.
The difference between the retail and purpose based approaches to experiences is one of mindset: a focus on the short versus the long term.
Authenticity, desirability, feasibility and viability need to be addressed at every step of the experience development process.
All of these activities have the power to transform participants. The difference is on what they aim to change.
Our goal: help you experience your adventure so that you can discover the region. Here’s what we’re working on to make it happen.
There are only two ways to influence human behavior: you can manipulate it or you can inspire it – Simon Sinek
Our goal: inspiring you to play outside and help you experience your adventure so that you can discover the food, people and natural beauty of the region.
A package is about savings for the guests, a collection is about added value and an experience is about the feelings it creates.
Act boldly on instinct: do not wait for the data to tell you what to do. You have to respect the data but love imagination more. – Beth Comstock
A look at two different ways to craft experiences we often come across, each of them appealing to a different type of operators and guests.