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Navigate Northumberland Day Tour

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Navigate Northumberland provides Navigation Courses, Guided Walks, 3 Peaks Transport and Walking Holidays in the Northumberland National Park and the North East of England.
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Blyth NE24 3PY, England
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+44 7885 717750
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Reviewed 3 June 2017

Just returned from the 2 day Bronze award course and can't recommend it highly enough. John handled four menopausal ladies with great ease and skill and his friendly manner is just lovely. Somehow we managed to exceed the level of the bronze award and covered...More

Thank Debbie H
Reviewed 30 April 2016

My wife, son and I had an excellent day in the Simonside Hills near Rothbury learning navigation skills. Great day with John, who explained everything very clearly and we took it in turns to lead and improve our skills throughout the day. Time passed too...More

Thank ghoggdylan
Reviewed 20 November 2015

Follow the Coastal road visiting places full of history beauty including Amble Warkworth,Alnmouth Craster(try the kippers bread& butter washed down with a refreshing cup of tea) That will cover most of day 1 ,back to base for a well earned rest ready for an eye...More

Thank Dave W
Reviewed 25 October 2013

The walks are well organised, thoroughly planned with safety of all being paramount. You feel safe and looked after. Encouragement is given to all who participate, regardless of ability. He certainly got me walking more and doing more challenging walks along with good company from...More

Thank tarquin50
Reviewed 24 October 2013

My husband and I attended the two day Bronze NNAS with Navigate Northumberland at the weekend with Navigate Northumberland. Having spent 30 years following my husband up hill, and down dale, while he navigated using just an OS map and, more recently, a compass, I...More

Thank tmkirby
Reviewed 20 October 2013 via mobile

The weekend was great. John is a very good leader and explains everything so clear. Would definitely recommend him to anyone wanting to do either the course or his guided walks. Excellent.

Thank bat3man
Reviewed 13 October 2013

Having done several guided walks with John's group I cannot praise him highly enough. We have had fantastic walks and John is a very friendly and knowledgable guide. His navigation skills are brilliant and he is mindful of the different fitness levels of the members...More

Thank worlass1702
Reviewed 8 October 2013

John arrange a fantastic charity walk from Bolam Lake for the Education Centre for Children with Downs Syndrome, that raised £300 on the day. It was a beautiful day and a lovely walk with 20 people of all walking abilities, a good time had by...More

Thank Susan R
Reviewed 28 September 2013

Went out with John to do the Navigation course it was a great weekend, would recommend Navigate Northumberland to anyone looking to learn Navigation, or even a guided walk :)

Thank 223Brian
Reviewed 27 September 2013

Had a wicked day and john knows his stuff. If you are up for a hike but not sure how to start this is a great way to do it. Really great walk and got some great pics

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