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Full-Day Beginners Navigation Training Course in the Lake District

Full-Day Beginners Navigation Training Course in the Lake District - Carlisle, United Kingdom

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Carlisle, United Kingdom

From USD
$138.72

A 1 day navigation course perfect for those with little experience with a map and compass but who are looking to be self sufficient in the mountains of the UK.

Based in the Langdale Valley in the heart of the Lake District this course spends a full day out on the hills, learning the skills required to stay safe on rough ground. The course runs on a maximum client to instructor ratio of 4:1

What does this course cover?
One day of practical navigation in the mountains of the Lake District
Introduction to different map scales
Setting the map
Interpreting contours
Key symbols, i.e ... More info ›

A 1 day navigation course perfect for those with little experience with a map and compass but who are looking to be self sufficient in the mountains of the UK.

Based in the Langdale Valley in the heart of the Lake District this course spends a full day out on the hills, learning the skills required to stay safe on rough ground. The course runs on a maximum client to instructor ratio of 4:1

What does this course cover?
One day of practical navigation in the mountains of the Lake District
Introduction to different map scales
Setting the map
Interpreting contours
Key symbols, i.e. how to find a footpath, fence, stream, etc., and how to interpret them
Planning and following a route using paths and other key features
How to plan and follow a route across featureless terrain
Estimating distances using pacing and timing
Navigating in poor or limited visibility
Use of the compass

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