Maps, Reading the Details- A Zoom Workshop
March 20, 2021 - Registration OPEN
minimum/maximum = 4/10
to confirm minimum workshop offering, registration closes March 18th
Maps, Reading the Details Workshop Description: Map reading is quickly becoming a lost skill – replaced by phone apps which include a dot to follow. For outdoor recreationalists who hike on public lands, that are well marked, misplacing self is often not a concern. What about the places that are less visited? Could you refer to your map to place yourself if necessary?
Many hikers never advance beyond watching the heels of the person in front; thereby trusting the leader knows they are going. This workshop is 90-minutes of learning how to read the details on a map. Maps reveal a landscape as seen from directly above. A map divulges natural and artificial features the reader can locate. Topographical maps disclose the ups and downs of the landscape.
Designed for those who know little about map reading, this workshop will focus on the following topics:
- Understanding scales
- Recognizing map details
- Deciphering terrain details
When: Saturday, March 20, 2021 from 10a to 11:30a (EST).
Cost: $15 per person.
Includes: Price includes 90-minute workshop, PDF link (post workshop) to review pages.
ZOOM Link: Will be provided to confirmed registrants on March 18th.