Getting into the great outdoors is good for you.

We know that taking those first steps can be a daunting prospect, and the fear of getting lost can be overwhelming. That’s why we’re on hand to provide easy navigation from the ground up.

We don’t teach by telling, we teach by real-life practice.


Evening Short Courses

Our evening short courses are great for those completely new to navigation.

Over 2 hours, we use a variety of fun and engaging games and techniques to get you thinking about navigation differently. These courses run inside only, so you don’t need to worry about bringing any specialised equipment!

Maximum Leader to Participant Ratio of 1 : 12

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One-Day Navigation Courses

Great for those who want a little more hands-on experience, we have two levels of course available.

Beginner Course: If you want to learn how to use a map and compass then the 1-day navigation course is a great place to start! Using a variety of tried and tested interactive workshops, you learn how to use a map and compass inside before we head out to try these skills in the real world.

Maximum Leader to Participant Ratio of 1 : 8

See our 1-Day Beginner Course 

Intermediate Course: If you already have an understanding of maps and compasses, and have used these skills to navigate on paths and tracks, then why not take part in the intermediate course. On this course you will start to move into open countryside, relying more on the shape of the land and more precise compass work to make sure you head in the right direction.

The one-day courses are perfect as a precursor to the NNAS award!

Maximum Leader to Participant Ratio of 1 : 8

See our 1-Day Intermediate Course 


Bespoke Courses

If you would like to run a course specific for the needs of an individual or small group then please get in contact. We are happy to work with you to make sure the session outcomes fit you! From night navigation to using key navigating skills as part of a day out, we can tailor our skills to your requirements.

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