Due to bad weather, Trip Leader John Hutton and 4 Geehi members walked to the headwaters of the Snowy River instead of Club Lake.
On 13 January a small but energetic group of five, Andrew Egan, John Hutton, Frank Baker, Neroli O’Neil and leader Peter Davis left Cooma in two cars to travel some 30 kilometres north of Cooma on the Shannons Flat Road. One car was left at a private property one km
On an overcast morning 21 walkers took to the trails of Cooma North Ridge with the Geehi Club. We heard a little of the history of the Cooma North Ridge and the forward-thinking committee who worked to preserve this precious 113 hectare resource for all to enjoy.
A coastal walk between Gillards Beach and Middle Beach, via bushland and beach.
Burrungubugge River Walk report – Peter H Davis, Leader The Geehi Bushwalking Club’s April 22nd 2018 walk was to the remote Burrungubugge area east of the Jugungal Wilderness.
In the end we did this as a day trip, or rather we tried to. A party of 7 set out from Guthega Ski resort and we had the first task of crossing the Guthega Creek to the ruins of the old ski rope tow and climbing up the
Geehi Club members had a recent walk to Illawong Lodge and Mt Twynam
Geehi Bushwalking Club Report on Lakes Walk held on Saturday 25 November, 2017 As part of the 60th anniversary celebrations for the club two walks were organised for 25 November. Members and friends stayed on the Friday and Saturday night at the comfortable IBAC Ski Lodge in Smiggin Holes. The
Sunday 11th January 1998 Geehi’s head to Pedens and Townsend Hut, near Tantangara Dam
This article was published in the Snow Post earlier this year. It’s a nice summary of the club’s history and recent walks.