This thread is a repository of Navigation resources, lessons, books and anything related to not getting lost while in the great outdoors.
Feel free to provide what you know and let others learn from it.
If the mods decide to give Nav its own forum, it'll be easier to move the info from here to there.
Either way, the info belongs in the Skills forum instead of "Suggestions".
Here are a few of the links I have already mentioned.
Colorado State and the Institute of Navigation (ION)
Washington State .pdf lesson Plan
USGS Page on "Find your way with Map and Compass"
landnavigation.org's 4 Part Lesson on Basic, Intermediate, Advanced and Expert Land Nav Skills (in PDF or PPT)
Libre Map Project
The Bureau of Land Management GeoCommunicator Website.
LSIS Energy Rangeland Site Mapper (All Layers)
Trimble Outdoors Website
The University of Texas at Austin
NOAA Magnetic Declination Calculator
Be Expert with Map and Compass by Björn Kjellström
Backpacker GPS Trails
I would like to start up a 5-6 part lesson plan for everyone, after the first of the year.
I'm moving to TX, once I get the family settled I'll start on it.
But in the meantime, post up your Nav smarts!