During our H.E.A.T courses, attendees often share an all too common experience – the alarming feeling of being lost. However, by using some simple navigation techniques , understanding how to point north and learning how to read a compass, you might become temporarily unaware of your surroundings in a hostile environment … but never lost.
If you think you are lost, stop travelling and take stock of your surrounding. You should be able to recall your point and time of departure, your destination and have a rough estimate of the distance you have travelled and in which direction. If you are flying, you might know your approximate ground speed and flying time. These two indicators should give you an idea of the area in which you have landed. Read more