GPS and Navigation Events

Using a map, a clue schedule and your wits
Using a map, a clue schedule and your wits
Routes are designed for the type (and length) of event you require
Routes are designed for the type (and length) of event you require
Part navigation skill, part cryptic problem solving and part team-work
Part navigation skill, part cryptic problem solving and part team-work
There may additional disciplines to conquer
There may additional disciplines to conquer
A full day or a half day - whichever fits your schedule
A full day or a half day – whichever fits your schedule
Enjoy the picturesque surroundings
Enjoy the picturesque surroundings

These are not speed events! But they are great fun all year round and suitable for all ages. They are also ideal team development events as every exercise requires specific responsibilities to be delegated within the team.

Using Map, Clue Schedule, your Wits and (optionally) a GPS set, you and your team set off into the unknown. Each quest starts with a safety briefing and instruction on basic orienteering and GPS techniques. Solid teamwork combined with flashes of individual inspiration keeps everyone on their toes as the day continues.

Along the way, there may be the option of one or more additional disciplines to conquer –  Team Challenges and Games, Bridge or Raft Building, Initiative Competitions, Treasure Hunts, Land Rover Reverse-Steer Events, etc, etc. – with valuable points to be won or lost in your ultimate quest.

Routes are designed specifically for the type (and length) of event that you require and can take place on country roads, town roads, entirely off-road or a combination of these. Some events are suitable for relatively restricted locations.
Teams may operate on foot, private cars, or our four-wheel drives (with driver/instructor), and all events are part navigation skill, part cryptic problem solving and part team-work. Most are adaptable to suit for all ages and tastes. They may be designed around a full day or a half day whichever fits your schedule and, of course, can include hospitality, catering and entertainment.

We offer a number of “Quests” which may be included in the day’s itinerary:
On the Run – tracking and apprehending a mobile fugitive through city streets or open countryside.
Absolutely Scotland Quaich – following a series of cryptic clues to this fabled treasure.
Cache-and-Dash – following a series of pre-set GPS points arranged to cover any expanse of terrain from a field to several square miles of countryside or townscape.
The Human Sheep – guiding your blindfolded colleague (on foot or quadbike) through a series of “gates” and into a pen. Using GPS equipment, the “sheep” is out of view from the “shepherd.”

Along the way, there may be the option of one or more additional disciplines to conquer – Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery, Golf Ball Driving, Bridge or Raft Building, Initiative Competitions, Pony or Quad Bike Trekking, Land Rover “Gymkhana” Stages, etc, etc. – with valuable points to be won or lost in your ultimate quest.

Routes are designed specifically for the type (and length) of event that you require and can take place on country roads, town roads, entirely off-road (subject to location) or a combination of these. Some events are suitable for relatively restricted locations.

Teams may operate on foot, on quadbikes, private cars, four-wheel drives (with driver/instructor), mountain bikes or even horseback and all events are part navigation skill, part cryptic problem solving and part team-work. Most are adaptable to suit for all ages and tastes. They may be designed around a full day or a half day whichever fits your schedule and, of course, can include hospitality, catering and entertainment. Whatever you choose, an entertaining day of exploration, team development, achievement and great fun is assured.