This book is very informative,the author has spent alot of time to research this subject.
With a quasi-reasonable amount of experience navigating, and after reading this book, I almost want to get lost so I can find my way back without a compass!
If you are travelling in the wilderness (or city; there is even a chapter on how to find your way in a strange city), I strongly recommend this book.
I think this type of knowledge is something most people don't have! Good idea for hunters, campers and hikers.Published 19 days ago by Beth Johnson
I enjoyed this book for both its historical view and it's practical information. Even though I live in the Great Basin desert, even his information on sea navigation points out... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Leif J. Neilson
This books covers knowledge that was available long before GPS and compasses. There are a lot of indicators that Nature gives us, but without study and practice we cannot learn... Read morePublished 26 days ago by j_222
Harold Gatty was a renowned early aviator, skilled in conventional navigation and also the Polynesian traditions of navigation without map and compass. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter le Roux
I found it a decent read, and learned things I didn't know when it came to finding your way through the woods.Published 2 months ago by CJ88
Every up and coming outdoor enthusiast should have this book in their arsenal. I've only read a chapter so far and the things I've learned have already been useful to me.Published 3 months ago by Scott
This is full of info that will help you and make you look very wise when you tell other people. It good.Published 4 months ago by Tim
When one is put in that situation that you believed you would never be in then reading this book could be the difference of finding your successful return. Read morePublished 4 months ago by G Voice