NNAS Bronze Navigator Award

Award Description
Aim: To be able to plan and follow routes in the countryside using paths and tracks.

Course details
The NNAS Bronze Award is a course to develop navigation and map reading skills using tracks and footpaths through the countryside and hill land.

Day 1 of the course will begin in Peel and uses the NNAS Bronze course syllabus using easily recognisable features and footpaths to provide good core skills using a range of maps and map scales.

On Day 2 we review the training and then head for another part of the Island to practice skills and then the assessment using a mix of footpaths and tracks.

Course tutor: Andrew Foxon

Venue: The Coffee Station, House of Manannan, East Quay, Peel IM5 1AR


  • Duration: 2 days

  • Small group. Maximum 6 people

  • Includes assessment

  • Maps & compasses provided

  • Price: £120 per person

Next Event

Studying Maps on an NNAS Bronze course on Peel Hill

NNAS Bronze Navigator Award

6 August - 7 August

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