Going on an adventure trip is a big undertaking. With MyOutdoorAdventure.com, it doesn't have to be overwhelming. Take our quiz and learn about how the organization's Web site can help you plan your next adventure trip.
MyOutdoorAdventure.com is a social networking Web site geared for outdoor adventure enthusiasts.
MyOutdoorAdventure.com is a social networking site, similar to the Facebook or MySpace model.
MyOutdoorAdventure was created to connect outdoor adventure enthusiasts with one and other so that they can share their expedition experiences with one and other.
It is very simple to use MyOutdoorAdventure.com. All you need to do is become a member by going to their Web site and signing up.
The major advantage of using MyOutdoorAdventure.com is that the reviews are not written by businesses with an advertising agenda, but by travel aficionadas like yourself, so the information is unbiased and pretty reliable.
On MyOutdoorAdventure you can upload a report about places you have been, so that you can share advice with other members. You can also join pre-existing groups or start your own.
There is no cost involved.
Like MySpace and Facebook, MyOutdoorAdventure.com makes money from selling advertising space on their Web site.
Ed Viesturs made mountain climbing history on May 12th, 2005.
Ed Viesturs made history by being the first person to climb the world's 14 highest peaks without the assistance of any breathing apparatus. It took him 20 years to achieve this.
All you need to provide when signing up is your name and a valid email address. You then need to select a username and password.
Once you have signed up, you will be sent an email with your activation key code. You only need to use it once to activate your account.
Once you have signed up and activated your account, you can fill out your profile with your personal information, to make it easier to connect to members who have interests similar to yours.
In 2004, Colin and Julie Angus became the first people to make it around the world relying only on their own strength -- either biking, rowing or walking.
They travelled across 17 countries, including land and sea, covering 43,000 kilometers.
The Web site gives you the option of adding adventures you read about to your personal "to do" list.
About a decade ago, social media networks were practically non-existent. Today, they are household names.
Members can share stories, upload photos and videos and benefit from the expertise of those who have been-there-done-that.
Once you have become a member, some Web sites charge hidden fees or insist on compulsory participation in a sponsor's offer.
As it is a relatively new Web site, founded in 2008, MyOutdoorAdventure.com is likely to seriously expand its membership over the next few years.