Women's GPS, Map, Compass, and BaseCamp Training

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Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) instructors Sheila Young and Lynn Malerba are offering map, compass, and GPS training classes for women.

The classes, called Nav 202, are a 2.5-day, women-only, introductory, hands-on course focusing on navigation techniques using a GPS, USGS map, orienteering compass, and Garmin BaseCamp digital mapping program. The best part is you can take all the classes being offered (the Complete Bundle) or choose from several other options if you just want instruction in one or two classes.


All classes take place February 23-25, 2018 in Tupper Lake, NY (Adirondacks).

Per-person options include:

Complete BUNDLE (map and compass & GPS & BaseCamp Mapping Program) $275

Mini BUNDLE 1 (map and compass & GPS) $185

Mini BUNDLE 2 (GPS w/ BaseCamp Mapping Program) $200

SOLO 1 (map and compass) $85

SOLO 2 (GPS) $110

Register at http://adirondackconnections.com/gps.html

Or contact adkconnections@spamarrest.com or adkfoothillsgs@gmail.com for more details


BUNDLE and SOLO courses open to men and women will be offered on April 6-8, 2018 and June 8-10, 2018.


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Kelly Stang


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Albany, NY 12233-4754                                                 



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