Having the skill to navigate using a map and compass is key to decision making while hiking in the mountains. This skill not only supports walkers to know where they are and which direction is safe to travel, but it also brings an understanding of the landscape and the environment we are operating in. Above all, learning to navigate with a map and compass inspires confidence.
Whether you are a beginner to navigation, training to be a Mountain Leader, or a Hill and Moorland leader these navigation sessions will give you the skills needed to support you to head out into the wilderness with confidence.
Check the calendar for our pre organised Navigation workshops focusing on either beginner, intermediate or advanced navigation.
If you already have experience, or are a beginner and would prefer a bespoke navigation course to be created around your needs please contact us and we will arrange a date separate from the group workshop events.
All the same, If you are unsure which session you need please contact us and we will support you to choose the right session for your current skill level.
Pre Organised Sessions
—— £80 per person ——
—— £150 per day ——
Never known someone so passionate or knowledgeable about mountaineering! My experience with Ben made a huge impact on my life, his enthusiasm and expertise really fueled my love for the mountains. I felt 100% safe in his company. He took the time to teach and educate me on the skills of navigation and taught me a lot about the hidden dangers of the mountains in Scotland. I cannot recommend him enough. Great guy, great company and I will be sure to climb again with summit and beyond in the near future. Thanks Ben!!
Ben is an amazing guy... lots of experience and knowledge. Ben gives 100percent always; so you feel at ease supported and well informed about your adventure. I recently walked the Welsh 3000s with Ben.... he is truly inspirational and i would recommend his guiding services to everyone.
It was like the whole world opened up to me and the possibilities were infinite. Without Ben and the crew supporting me I am not sure I would have taken the next step.