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Workshop - Learn How to Map Read

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Workshop - Learn How to Map Read

5.0 · 1 review

Tring, Hertfordshire

Musette Cafe, Station Road, Tring, HP23 5RS, United Kingdom

Sun 19th March 2023

Starting at 09:00

1 race

£36.00

Organiser's Description

Ever got fed up with doing extra distance in a race because you took the wrong turn?! Always just following the people ahead of you? Or maybe you just want to get to grips with map reading. In this series we will be teaching you navigation methods as well as practical tips of how to stay on the right path in wild areas of the UK and Europe as well as understanding how this can practically relate to trail running. We all hear far too often of people getting lost in the hills either in races or just indeed on leisurely hikes. Even a GPS has limited capacity in route finding but with the right knowledge you can be the ultimate GPS!

On this morning workshop you will be taught the essentials of navigating with a map by a qualified International Mountain Leader and Gold Duke of Edinburgh Assessor. The first part of the morning is based near Musette Cafe, in the quintessentially English village of Aldbury. Once you’ve learnt some of the basics we move onto the trails to provide practical experience. The workshop will finish around midday.

Races

  • 5k

    £36.00

    CLOSED

Book

  • 5k

    £36.00

    CLOSED

Course Details

The workshop is open to all abilities, runners and walkers alike. We will be walking the routes as this is the best way to spend time learning about navigation. No previous navigational experience is required to participate.

What's Included

Instruction on navigation by qualified instructor
Theory and practical instruction
Bag storage
Inspiring trails!

  • Navigation Tuition
  • Bag Storage

Parking

The event will start at 9am, at the Musette's, Aldbury which has free parking and is walking distance from Tring Station with direct train connections to London Euston. The event will finish around midday (full details in your booking pack).

Location

The event is easily accessible, just 40 minutes North West of London by rail or road and there is free on-site parking for all runners. All abilities are catered for at this event and although the workshop is aimed at runners, we will be walking the routes.

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1 review

Rajesh

·a year ago

A fantastic fun and informative morning learning essential navigation skills. Before today I had no clue how to navigate off roads. The maps just made no sense to me. Today, after just a few hours of instruction from Simon, I feel a lot more confident. I still have to take today’s learnings and practice more and more in the wild to become really comfortable, but the whole thing no longer overwhelms me like it did before. Thank you Simon and Run the Wild!!
Dear Raj many thanks for your kind review, we're so pleased you enjoyed the morning and found it useful! have fun exploring the trails and we hope to see you again soon! Best wishes Team RtW
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