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Learn Navigating with a Map and Compass

Even in this high tech GPS era, nothing can replace the value of a compass and paper map. L.L.Bean’s founder, Leon Leonwood Bean, once said, “If you get lost, just go straight back to camp.” If only it were that easy. How do I use a compass? Let’s find out.

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  • Michael R.

    Gunny gave a great intro and reminder(for some) on azimuths, map and compass use. He is a very good teacher and hope he will be leading additional classes in the future.

    February 18, 2014

  • Scott C.

    I've done map reading before but it's been a while and I could do with a refresher.

    February 9, 2014

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