A dozen Geehi Bushwalking Club members explored Cooma North Ridge on 21 March 2020
Due to other commitments this activity has been pushed out by 1 week to Saturday 03/08/2019 At this stage the destination is not decided as it will be weather dependant. Also the capabilities of the group will be taken into account. Newcomers are welcome, but you will need well fitted,
Jamie Bond led a group of 11 Geehi members on this short walk in the Cooma locality.
Our walk will be around the old diggings, guided by Numeralla local Jim Wharton. The first report of gold deposits on the Monaro was in 1858, on the Numeralla River. The Big Badja diggings were not worked until 1861. In 1866 there were diggings extending about three kilometres north of
Walk back in time along the Settlers Track to experience huts, homesteads and other historic sites from the 19th and 20th centuries. The Namadgi area was first settled by Europeans in the mid 1830s. Early settlers included Flora and William Brayshaw, who married in 1844 and raised a family of
All Geehi members are invited to attend the Committee Meetings and participate in the running of the Club. The meetings are held in the Vin Good Room at the Monaro Regional Library, Cooma.
**Updated ** This is a short walk in the Cooma locality. Pine Ridge Reserve is an area of crown land between Church Road and Bligh Street, Cooma. We will spend the morning exploring the reserve and perhaps capture some sightings for the Atlas of Living Australia - https://www.ala.org.au/ Walking will
11 Geehi members travelled to Brogo Dam on 2 March 2019 for a day’s canoeing on the Dam.
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: - Mountain Bike Leader: - John Hutton Grade: - Medium (Ride will be along uneven tracks and will involve a climb and descent of approx. 400m.) Distance: - approx. 15 to 20 Km Meeting Point: - To Be Advised. (Participants will share transport from the meeting point to the