A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Dustin Baenen
Date: 2019 Dec 26, 14:16 -0800
In land navigation I was taught essentally the same rule as you just stated. 65 of my paces is 100m. A pace is every time my left foot hits the ground. A step is everytime a foot hits the ground. So 65 paces is 130 steps. As far as I can tell most of those pedometors count steps not paces. I think the main point of using pacs in land nav is to keep the numbers down so you don't have to count as high.
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