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One day - 1 to 1 person - £89, 1 to 2 people - £135, Three people plus, from - £49 per person
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2017 course information
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Next course date 8 April 2017 - Practice, perfect and test low visibility map reading techniques. Fun way to test out skills and unique chance to walk on open forest at night.
Mountain and hill courses:
13-14 May Gold National Navigation Award Scheme (training) - South Wales Just two place left on this popular course
20-21 May Mountain Navigation and hill skills course - South Wales Ask about places....
National Navigation Award Scheme
22-23 June (Thursday and Friday) - Bronze NNAS - New Forest - 6 places remaining*
15-16 July Silver NNAS - New Forest - places remaining*
NNAS Gold - 13-14 May 2017 Gold National Navigation Award Scheme training - South Wales - Just 1 place remaining
You can see and filter all the map reading courses by beginner, intermediate or specific courses such as National Navigation Award Scheme courses on the navigation pages here. You can also look at each courses website page and find out what you will learn, where the courses start from and other details. Get in touch and ask if you want to find out more - securemail
Each course or outdoor skill website page show the 'latest information' including the course dates, location and number of places available. Courses run regularly through out the year across the New Forest. You can also book every course on a one to one, small group or as a couple to suit your diary with great value offers mid week. Just ask securemail if you want to arrange a date or course for you.
Booking and paying for a course is really easy; just complete the website booking form and choose to pay at the same time. You will be redirected to PayPal where you can either pay with your PalPal account or use PayPal to precess your debit or credit card. You can read more about how to book and pay on the Book and pay pages of the website.
Course joining instructions will be sent a couple of weeks before the course date. These will give details for where we will meet, what time the course starts and ends and other information about the course. The course locations and and directions map shows all the start locations in the New Forest and the website page for each course also shows location information. If you want to know the details before you book then please securemail and ask.
You can see what clothing, equipment to bring on map reading course on the what to bring pages of the website. You do not need any expensive or fancy equipment for many of the courses and during very wet weather surfaced tracks and paths are used where possible. Some courses go across open countryside or use paths that can be wet, muddy and slippery so you and everyone on the course with you should wear suitable outdoor foot wear.
Excellent. You can enjoy your first map reading experience with New Forest Navigation. If you choose a beginners course then you will be able to learn at a gentle pace right from the very beginning. Everyone will have a chance to try things out and ask questions. Everyone can and does learn how to use a map and compass and everyone then says it is easier than they thought and wished they had learnt years ago! Nigel has many years of experience teaching courses and is happy to go over things as many times as you need.
Any where in the New Forest! All the New Forest map reading courses are easily reached from the central towns of Brockenhurst, Lyndhurst and those is the surrounding area such as Lymington, Brook, Fordingbridge, Ringwood and even Christchurch. If you want to know where the course is likely to start from check the course locations and directions map, course information on each courses website page or securemail .
Yes. Please email me securemail and my phone number is on the email signature. If you want me to call you then complete the contact form and give me your phone number and indicate when it would be convenient to phone you.
A few of the courses start from car parks that have toilets or are near to premises that are part of the New Forest Community Toilet Scheme. Most how ever are not or venture onto the open first where there are no facilities. Toilet breaks are discreetly taken out in the open forest as nature intended. Please bring bag to take toilet paper or wipes home with you to be disposed of in the bin. If you want to arrange a course for your group that starts near public toilet facilities then do get in touch to arrange this securemail .
Gift vouchers can bought at anytime and do not have to be used until 31 December 2017.
New Forest Navigation map reading courses start from car parks and villages within the New Forest National Park. The New Forest is located in south Hampshire, South East England. It is easily accessible from the surrounding counties of Dorset, Wiltshire, Surrey, Sussex and London. No need to travel to Snowdnia or Peak District with the New Forest on your door step!
Course start locations are reached easily from all New Forest villages and towns, which all have a huge range of accommodation options; Brockenhurst, Lyndhurst, Lymington, Christchurch, Fordingbridge, Ringwood, Burley, Sway and further afield at Bournemouth, Southampton and Salisbury.