Equipment, in-course transport, instruction, and tea and coffee.
The course will be based at the Tollymore National Outdoor Centre and utilises many challenging areas of the Mournes.
The course will include:
Planning a night journey
The right equipment in the right place (head torch, compass, etc)
Timing and pacing
Fine detail navigation, including subtle contour features and relocation techniques
Poor visibility / night navigation in the mountain environment
This course is for those with some previous hillwalking experience and map reading skills who want to move it up a notch and fine tune all aspects of their skills especially in darkness or very poor visibility.
Practising your navigation at night is an excellent means of refining your navigational skills and giving yourself the confidence to navigate in many testing conditions.
Bring any of your own personal hillwaking outdoor clothing and kit. Such as, waterproof jacket and trousers, boots, fleece jacket, hat and gloves, flask, water bottle, mourne map (1:25,000), and spare clothes (it’s best to bring plenty of lighter layers and avoid cotton if possible as it offers little heat and takes ages to dry out if wet or sweaty).
Tollymore can supply most of the equipment you require for this course but it is preferable to use your own were possible.
You can now book your course online or alternatively contact us on +44 (028) 4372 2158 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
32 Hilltown Road
+44(0)28 4372 2158
Directions from Newcastle: Follow B 180 towards Newry. Tollymore National Outdoor Centre is approx 1.5 miles after Bryansford village on the left.
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