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POMFRET, Gill and VARLEY, Peter (2019). Families at leisure outdoors: well-being through adventure. Leisure studies.

DORAN, Adele and POMFRET, Gill (2019). Exploring efficacy in personal constraint negotiation: an ethnography of mountaineering tourists. Tourist studies.

POMFRET, Gillian (2018). Conceptualising family adventure tourist motives, experiences and benefits. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism.

POMFRET, Gill (2016). An exploration of adventure tourism participation and consumption. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

POMFRET, Gill and BRAMWELL, Bill (2016). The characteristics and motivational decisions of outdoor adventure tourists: a review and analysis. Current Issues in Tourism, 19 (14), 1447-1478.

POMFRET, Gill and DORAN, Adele (2015). Gender and mountaineering tourism. In: MUSA, Ghazali, THOMPSON-CARR, Anna and HIGHAM, James, (eds.) Mountaineering Tourism. Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility . Routledge, 138-155.

POMFRET, Gill (2012). Personal emotional journeys associated with adventure activities on personal emotional journeys associated with adventure activities on packaged mountaineering holidays. Tourism Management Perspectives, 4, 145-154.

POMFRET, Gill (2011). Package mountaineer tourists holidaying in the French Alps: An evaluation of key influences encouraging their participation. Tourism Management, 32 (3), 501-510.

HARLOW, S. and POMFRET, G. (2007). Evolving environmental tourism experiences in Zambia. Journal of ecotourism, 6 (3), p. 184.

BRAMWELL, B. and POMFRET, G. C. (2007). Planning for lake and lake shore tourism: complexity, coordination and adaptation. Anatolia, 18 (1), 43-66.

POMFRET, G. (2006). Mountaineering adventure tourists: a conceptual framework for research. Tourism management, 27 (1), 113-123.

SWARBROOKE, J., BEARD, C., LECKIE, S. and POMFRET, G. (2003). Adventure tourism : the new frontier. Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann.

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