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Geehi Bushwalking Club

The Geehi Bushwalking Club has been walking in the Snowy Mountains since 1957. The club leads bushwalks in the Snowy Mountains, South Coast and ACT; as well as camping, cycling, cross-country skiing and canoeing adventures. Walks are run at least once a month, as well as regular mid-week walks.

New members are always welcome. Whether you’re an experienced walker, new to bushwalking, or walking with your family.  All ages and capabilities are catered for, with activities ranging from easy half-day walks on trails, to overnight treks and camps.

Check out the Upcoming Events page for the list of walks, or see the Membership page to see how you can get involved.

Upcoming Walks and Events

Ayers Rock to Mt Gladstone

July 16 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Our meeting and departure point will be at the Vulcan Street Playground. From there we will plot a course for Ayers Rock and try to follow the original track among the myriad of other trails through the area. After Ayers Rock we will make our way to Mt. Gladstone crossing the highway near Cooma Steel

Cross Country Ski Day – Cabramurra

August 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This is our chance to dust off and get out on our skis (or snow shoes if you prefer). We will explore the ski trails around Dry Dam at Cabramurra, which has so far received excellent snow cover. In good weather this offers excellent skiing on open rolling terrain with great views to Jagungal, Mt

Settlers Trail – Namadgi

August 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

  This walk explores the 19th century settler history, centred around the huts and farms of the Brayshaw and Westerman families. There will be ample opportunity to explore the huts and yards that show the way people lived and worked into the early 20th century.   It is a moderate walk gently rolling through lightly

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Recent Events

Gulaga (Mt Dromedary) Walk 14 May 2022

Nine walkers took up the challenge of the steep Ascent of Gulaga mountain.  Along the way walkers shared their knowledge of geology, fungi, plants and the birds we saw.  This certainly made the uphill climb feel less

Jagungal Trip – Easter 2022

There were not many takers for the 4 day Easter walk to Jagungal. Then the death of a close friend of some of the party the night before we were to leave reduced the number

Cesjacks Hut to Jagungal

This walk had been postponed from a wet weekend in November 2021.  This time, weather and road reports were good, so a group of 7 met at Cooma North on February 11, and set off

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