Outdoor Quest

GPS, land navigation and wilderness survival training for outdoorsmen and women.


Distributor for Terrain Navigator and HuntingGPSmaps mapping software.



Outdoor Quest - GPS training and backpacking Glacier Nat. Park

Outdoor Quest- GPS Training -  Bighorn Sheep, Glacier National Park

Outdoor Quest - GPS Training - Wild flowers in the Central Oreogn Cascacdes.
Outdoor Quest specializes in GPS, map & compass navigation training for hikers, hunters, snowmobilers, Search and Rescue teams and wild land fire fighters; those who travel and work in the wilderness.  The Wilderness Survival training offered is based on a common sense approach to back country travel and emergency situations using modern kits and equipment.    We are located in the Pacific Northwest in Oregon.
GPS Classes

(All classes require a reservation.  Click on the "contact" link below for registration information)

For COCC classes please call 541 383 7270 to register.

GPS Classes

COCC (Redmond) Sept. 30 & Oct. 7

COCC (Bend) Nov. 3 & 10

Free Wilderness Survival  Seminars

Deschutes County Library, La Pine, Saturday, Sept. 20 @ 11:00


Redmond, Sept. 23 @ 6:00pm

Wilderness Survival

COCC (Redmond) Oct. 14 & 21


Map & Compass

COCC (Redmond) Oct. 4




Food  Check out my latest post on mini survival kits. Points


HuntingGPSMaps  If you hunt out west, you will probably have a need to know about private/public land boundaries; especially when those boundaries change.   Imagine walking around with a statewide BLM map and having your exact location plotted on it wherever you go. It's Here! Finally! For Garmin GPS units.  Maps


Declination  Find the declination for your area.    Declination

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When going outdoors it is your responsibility to have the proper knowledge, experience and equipment to recreate or work safely. The information provided here is for educational use only and is not a substitute for specific training or experience.  The author assumes no liability for any individuals use of or reliance on the techniques, procedures or information presented.  No one is more responsible for your safety in the outdoors than you are.