Course title in Estonian
Looduses liikumise teooria ja metoodika
Course title in English
Theory and Methodics of Outdoor Recreation in Natural Settings
approximate amount of contact lessons
lecturer of 2018/2019 Spring semester
Mart Reimann (eesti keel)
lecturer of 2019/2020 Autumn semester
lecturer not assigned
To provide an overview of different types of hiking, the theoretical basis and methodology of the organisation of hikes. Various aspects of hiking, hiking ethics and hiking opportunities in Estonia and its surrounds are discussed. Students participate in backpacking and canoeing trips.
Brief description of the course
Organisation of a hiking group and selection of a hiking activity and destination. Selection of maps. Orienteering. Planning a trip. Different types of trips: on foot, by water, and by bicycle. Hiking techniques. Selection of a camp site. Equipment and food. Moving through nature, rights of people. Security techniques. First aid.
Compilation of Hiking proramm and seminar presentation
Learning outcomes in the course
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
-can analyze the abilities and skills of hiking group
-able to plan for at least a two-day hike.
-able to analyze the attractiveness of the components and the potential risks.
To obtain an assessment a tripprogrammemust be prepared and successfully presented in a seminar. Participation in a practical trip and the submission of a trip-diary is also required.
The course is a prerequisite
McManners, H. (1998). Matkatarkuste käsiraamat; Rääk, A.; Treial, H. (1970). Matkatarkuste taskuraamat. Tallinn. Eesti Raamat; Künnap, J. (koost.) (2004). Matkaspordi käsiraamat. Tallinn; Aare, J. (2001). Ränduri aabits. Tallinn: Riigimetsa Majandamise Keskus; Curtis, R. (1998). The Backpacker`s field manual. New York: Three Rivers Press; Darman, P. (1999). Ellujäämise käsiraamat. Tallinn. TEA.
Ainet ei ole võimalik asenduskirjanduse abil läbida.