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How to Follow a Trail: Blazes and Trail Anatomy

When the pilots of small aircraft fly in clear weather, they often orient themselves by referring to visible landmarks like roads, buildings, or obvious terrain features rather than flying by navigation instruments. They can still refer to their instruments if they’re uncertain about their heading or the outside visibility deteriorates, but flying by sight is … The post How to Follow a Trail: Blazes and Trail Anatomy appeared first on Section Hikers Backpacking Blog.
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