This is a short walk in the Cooma locality. Full details will be advised by the Trip Leader, Jamie Bond.
This is a 3-day full pack walk. Full details will be advised by Trip Leader soon.
Due to bad weather, Trip Leader John Hutton and 4 Geehi members walked to the headwaters of the Snowy River instead of Club Lake.
Activity: Bush Walk Date: Saturday 09 February 2019 Leader: John Hutton Grade: Medium (walk will mainly be on well formed track will a Descent and climb of about 300m and a short off track section.) Distance: approx. 10 Km Meeting Point: Cooma North Car park 08:00 (Participants will share transport
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
We plan to start from a point 32 kilometres north of Cooma on the Jones Plain Road, 2 km south of the Alum Creek crossing. Walking up a gentle rise in open country then a steep decent into the Murrumbidgee River gorge, we arrive at the beautiful unspoilt river some
Description Following a car trip from Cooma, we plan to start from a point adjacent to Sawyers Hut. Walking will start from the horse camp along a fire trail. Then we will walk up hill to the north-west through some light bush, and then onto more open country on the
Kosciuzsko Huts Association and NPWS have advised they will be having a working party training day soon, at Mackay's Hut. Our trip will be re-scheduled to suit, Date to be confirmed. Travel out to Our Hosted hut. Mackays (or Tibudeos) hut is one that Geehi Bushwalking Club is the caretaker
A coastal walk between Gillards Beach and Middle Beach, via bushland and beach.
Spend a day exploring some of the trails and tracks around Pipers Lookout. There is the board walk around the lookout itself and the possibility to follow Rutherford Creek Road to Cochrane Lake. Expect to see fantastic views and an assortment of wildlife. Walking will be on trails and tracks