Recreation → Outdoor Activities
Organizations relating to Outdoor Activities
EXARC / Leiden, Netherlands / Est. 2003
Pan-American Confederation of Mountain Sports and Climbing / San José, Costa Rica / Est. 1976
International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation / Bern, Switzerland / Est. 1932
European Ramblers\' Association / Prague, Czech Rep / Est. 1969
International Skyrunning Federation / Biella, Italy / Est. 1995
European Caravan Federation / Frankfurt-Main, Germany / Est. 1964
World Flying Disc Federation / Harxheim, Germany / Est. 1984
International Federation of Camping, Caravanning, and Motorcaravanning / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1932
Safari Club International / Tucson AZ, USA / Est. 1971
Nordic Commission on Walking
European Speleological Federation / Luxembourg, Luxembourg / Est. 1990
Association of European Open Air Museums / Östersund, Sweden / Est. 1966
Trail Club of Europe / Koblenz, Switzerland / Est. 1973
IML Walking Association / Est. 1987
International Orienteering Federation / Karlstad, Sweden / Est. 1961
International Federation of Motorhome Clubs / Cancale, France / Est. 1976
Southern African Ornithological Society / Est. 1977
European Canicross and Bikejöring Federation / Theux, Belgium
Christian Camping International / Colchester, UK / Est. 1959
European Flying Disc Federation / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1984
European Federation of Camping Site Organizations / Gloucester, UK / Est. 1978
Brevets Randonneurs Mondiaux / Ecquevilly, France / Est. 1983
International Backpackers Association / Est. 1973
International Brotherhood of Motorcycle Campers / Helper UT, USA / Est. 1972
World Association of Marching Show Bands / Est. 1993
World Problems relating to Outdoor ActivitiesFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Action Strategies relating to Outdoor ActivitiesFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Prohibiting smoking in public places
Improving outdoor area appearance
Promoting interests of operators of camping sites
Campaigning against unnecessary outdoor lighting
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