Navigation Training

Does your map look flat and lifeless when you look at it?

The national parks of the UK are becoming more and more accessible.  They are easy places to get to and fantastic places to enjoy.  The British weather however isn’t so on side, often sending the mountains into deep wet cloud and making finding your way increasingly tricky.  Basic navigation skills can get you so far, but wouldn’t you feel better being able to guide  friends and family safely down from the mountains back to a warm cosy pub at the bottom?

Want your map to look like this when you study it?

With over 20 years of navigation experience in forests and mountains all over the world, and a fantastic local knowledge of the Lake District, I’d be happy to help you improve your navigation in the hills.  All you’ll need is a map and a compass.  It doesn’t matter if you know how to use them or not, as by the end of a short trip in the hills you’ll instantly feel safer, more comfortable, and realise the map is useful and shouldn’t just stay at the bottom of your pack.

Navigating in Patagonia - Dark, wet and cold

With my background in adventure sports I can also help improve your race navigation skills, both on foot, bike and kayak.  I can offer essential tips that will speed up your racing, and save minutes on your current navigation, meaning you will have time to get a few more checkpoints before time is up!

Please get in touch to see how I can help you.

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