13 August, 2021
Emma Holland from a senior mountain leader for Mind over Mountains, gives us a ten-minute presentation on how to recognize footpaths, access land and understanding rights of way that you can find on an ordnance survey map.
These are great set of tips on helping you along the right path for your walks or hikes this summer .
You can learn more from Emma at https://mindovermountains.org.uk/
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