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Truth and Trust Adventure will be suspending outdoor activities until 1st June 2020. This, however, may be extended according to guidance from Public Health England.

This decision has been made in light of the current Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak and recent government advice.

I do apologise for this. You are free to choose a future date and your booking will be honoured even into next year.

Truth and Trust Adventure is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our visitors. Truth and Trust Adventure deeply values the people we work with and their health and well-being is our number one priority during this difficult time.

We look forward to welcoming you back at Truth and Trust Adventure as soon as it is possible to enjoy a full programme of activities and opportunities. In the meantime, we send everybody our best wishes and we hope everyone can do all in their power to take care of one another.

For any further enquiries you may have, please do not hesitate you contact us and we will do our best to help where possible.

Thank you,


Truth and Trust Adventure.

[email protected]


NNAS Silver Award

Course Aim

Participants will be confident with the basics of map reading as this course will take you further.

Teaching essential map/compass work to allow the walker to plan and follow walks in the countryside away from paths and tracks.

Course content and assessment will include:

  • Consolidation of Bronze Award objectives.
  • Breaking down each leg of a route into a rough section where handrail skills can be used and a fine section using features on route.
  • The ability to identify a clear attack point at the start of each section.
  • The ability to use check points on each section to ensure that the route is being followed accurately.
  • Understanding of contour features on the map and on the ground.
  • Navigational techniques: aiming off, attack points, collecting features.
  • Choosing the most effective route between two points.
  • Employ simple relocation techniques when lost.
  • Pace counting and timing to be reinforced and practiced for increased accuracy.
  • Knowledge of basic first aid
  • Be able to make judgements about route choices taking into account personal strengths and weaknesses.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Countryside code and current access legislation.

Location: Peak District


£75.00 per person

Meet at a location in the Peak District.

Minimum 4 participants on the 2 day course.

Please use the contact form for more information or to make a booking.