A dozen Geehi Bushwalking Club members explored Cooma North Ridge on 21 March 2020
"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
The Geehi bushwalking Club undertook a walk on 24 August in the Kydra Reefs area south of Cooma. Nine walkers including leader Peter Davis met at Cooma North car park at 0800 where a briefing and car pooling was conducted. We headed south of Cooma on the Monaro Highway before
Jamie Bond led a group of 11 Geehi members on this short walk in the Cooma locality.
Activity: - Bush Walk and Camping Date: - Good Friday 19th to Easter Sunday 21 April 2019. Leader: - Frank Bakker We met at Meeting Point: - Mt Gladstone turn off at just after 07:15 and drove to Tooma Dam. Driving time was 2 hrs with a short rest stop at Tumut
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.