Regardless whether you are going to follow a marked trail in the mountains or in low-lying terrain or if you are going to create your own path, you must be comfortable using a map and compass. Reading the landscape and tracking your progress on the map not only makes the trek safer, but also more fun since you become aware of what is around you.
By studying the map in advance and setting up appropriate daily goals, you can plan your route and find places to take a break, things to see and potential campsites. Also, remember to plan the route so you do not have to ford streams often, and when it is unavoidable, so you ford them in the safest locations possible.
There are no products matching the selection.