It was a sunny day for the Geehi’s first walk of 2021 in an area that looks to have benefited from the recent rain.
Six of us from Geehi Bushwalking Club had a camp out weekend at Oldfield’s Hut. This provided a good base camp for us to visit Mt Morgan and Bimberi Peak.
On 5th September we had a successful cross country ski day, with 5 Geehi's paricipating. In the end we relocated our trip to Perisher instead of Smiggins Holes so that we could ski up to the Porcupine and beyond on the back pole line trail to Charlottes Pass. This was
Jinny Brother Walk Report The Geehi Bushwalking Club had 20 members tackle a climb up a local mountain known as Jinny Brother, which is on private property, on Saturday 11 July 2020. Members met in the Cooma North Shops car park (socially distancing…) for a briefing before driving south for
Illawong Lodge and track ACTIVITY: Walk to Illawong Lodge LEADER: Frank Bakker COORDINATOR: Jamie Bond GRADE: Moderate DISTANCE: 10km DATE: Sat 30th May DESCRIPTION: So in the end we did this trip on the Saturday, due to forecast high chance of wet weather. This turned out to be
A dozen Geehi Bushwalking Club members explored Cooma North Ridge on 21 March 2020
At our last AGM Chris Lowe gave us a demonstration of the Trekkers Friend hiking trailer. The Trekkers Friend was invent by Chris and it converts your heavy pack into a trailer. Chris was invited by the club to be guest speaker at the AGM. More information can be
"There'S no Walk like a Snow Walk" On the weekend of 9 - 10 November the Geehi Walking Club and friends had a stay at Smiggins Holes and did some adventure walking. On the Friday afternoon when everyone was arriving we were greeted with cold, windy weather and new snow,
Held on Saturday 12th October 2019 5 intrepid Geehi walkers headed off at a brisk pace along the Boundary Trail at the park border on a cool overcast day. I was testing out my new (to me) pack, you will notice in the photos that one of us appears overloaded
Geehi Bushwalking Club - Settlers Track Walk, 17 June 2019 The Historic Settlers Track walk at the southern end of Namadgi National Park was the destination for the Geehi Club. The 9 km track took in Brayshaw’s Homestead, Waterhole Hut and the palatial Westerman’s Homestead. Despite a cool start the