Tips for navigating a labyrinth or maze include being aware of environmental clues, marking any path already taken, and choosing a definitive direction. Environmental clues, such as the position of the stars at night or direction of the wind, help to avoid backtracking and walking in circles.
You can mark paths with a stalk or other items once you pass them. This prevents walking the same path multiple times. Leave markers in obvious places so that they're easy to notice. Choose a definitive direction. Use the sun to determine North, for example, then choose that direction when at an intersection. Make one direction a priority for easier navigating.