Over the past decade there has been limited publication in journals in the outdoor experiential education field of non-English-language perspectives (Thomas, Allison, & Potter, 2009), although there has been acknowledgement of non-English-language outdoor terminology (Turčová, Martin, & Neuman, 2005). The indigenous nature of the Czech turistika activities (Martin, Turčová, & Neuman, 2007) and the dramaturgy methods
of creative course design have also attracted recent attention (Kudláček, Bocarro, Jirásek & Hanuš, 2009; Martin, Franc & Zouncová, 2004). This paper provides an overview of Czech outdoor research over the past decade. The findings indicated that there is a need for more collaborative cross cultural (language) outdoor research to provide greater understanding of these context specific differences and theoretical perspectives.