This provides the best estimate we have of how tourism in the National Park is doing in economic terms.
STEAM (The Scarborough Tourism Economic Activity Monitor) is derived from a model developed in the process of creating a ten-year tourism policy for the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, in 1981. It is based on real data but some is Powys wide, some regional (eg Southern Wales) and some is national.
STEAM approaches the measurement of tourism at the local level from the supply side, which has the benefit of immediacy and relative inexpensiveness. Read further notes
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