We tailor our courses for our customers so prices vary accordingly.

The following is intended as a guide only.

Please call to discuss your requirements for a specific quote.

Navigation courses/ Guiding per day:

  • from £130 per day for a private lesson
  • £130 up to 2 people
  • £50 per person for a group of 3-6 people

Duke of Edinburgh Assessing per day:

  • From £130 depending on number of groups

Prices are subject to travel costs to your chosen area

Overnight accommodation on multi-day trips is paid by client.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements

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“I have just attended my first basic navigational course, because I needed to learn more about map reading, and using a compass properly! My mentor was Ian Winterburn. Ian was the perfect tutor for the complete novice like myself as he has an abundance of enthusiasm for everything outdoors a wealth of knowledge and experience in both navigation and mountain craft. He has now given me the confidence to go out further and for longer on the fells. Thank you for a fantastic day, I would highly recommend this course for anyone who lacks confidence.”

STUART BOND, Fell Runner
Claire Oliffe

“This was a great course and I’d highly recommend it – I went along to improve my map reading and learn how to use a compass rather than just carry it. Ian provided a wealth of knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm, including interesting info on the local plants and wildlife. Spending most of the day out on the hills really helped me get to grips with things by putting it into practice and I’ve come away looking forward to navigating rather than trying to avoid it!”

CLAIRE OLIFFE, Project Manager
Lynne Taylor
“Ian is a well respected outdoorsy person, a long-standing member of Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team and a fell runner to boot. Yes, I know my other half is all of the above, but you can still learn a lot by going out on the hill with a good variety of people. I wasn’t about to waste a chance to get out and share a day on the hill.”

LYNNE TAYLOR, Sports Therapist