By: Blonde Two

Learning to navigate using a map and compass is like learning to drive, it gives you freedom. Freedom to explore safely and enjoy walking, running, cycling, and even wild swimming off the beaten path. All of our trainees comment on how relaxed, friendly and fun-filled our Dartmoor navigation courses are, and all of them finish the day with improved skills and renewed confidence. We run adult navigation courses and are looking forward to meeting you. Join us on one of our 2021 scheduled courses or get in touch to find out about bespoke courses (we also offer night navigation courses).

2021 Beginner Navigation Course Dartmoor (adults)

Sunday 13th June 2021

Come along and learn the basics of map and compass navigation. A morning inside learning navigation skills and then out onto Dartmoor to put what you have learned into practice. No previous experience required and we can lend maps and compasses.

Cost: £60

Location: Princetown, Dartmoor

Time: 10:30 – 15:30 (approx)

Date: Sunday 13th June 2021

Previous Experience: no previous map and compass navigation experience required

Contact: Lucy Atkins (B1)

 

2021 Beginner Navigation Course Dartmoor (adults)

Friday 30th July 2021

Come along and learn the basics of map and compass navigation in a fun and friendly mixed group environment. A morning inside learning navigation skills and then out onto to Dartmoor to put what you have learned into practice. No previous experience required and we can lend maps and compasses.

Cost: £60

Location: Princetown, Dartmoor

Time: 10:30 – 15:30 (approx)

Date: Friday 30th July 2021

Previous Experience: no previous map and compass navigation experience required

Contact: Lucy Atkins (B1)

 

2021 Night Navigation Course Dartmoor (adults)

There’s no better way to hone your navigation skills than to try them out in the dark. A new experience with skilled guidance.

Cost: £60

Location: East Dartmoor

Time: 18:30

Date: Friday 12th November 2021

Previous Experience: Some previous navigation experience required but you don’t need to be an expert.

Contact: Lucy Atkins (B1)