On Saturday 26th September 2020, a large group of Geehi Club members took part in a walk to explore the Old Mill on the Murrumbidgee River.
A dozen Geehi Bushwalking Club members explored Cooma North Ridge on 21 March 2020
DATE: Saturday 21st March, 2020 TIME: 8.45 for 9am start. Some important information for those intending to participate: We ask that you are ready to observe hygiene practices in line with what is expected to limit the spread of coronavirus. In particular, we ask that you bring your own hand
The Geehi Bushwalking Club had planned a walk for 17 August but this is now postponed to Saturday 24 August, due to a death in the leader’s family. The walk will be to Ram’s Head Peak in the Kybeyan State Conservation Area (not to be confused with Ram’s Head in
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
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
Activity: - Bush Walk and Camping Date: - Good Friday 19th to Easter Sunday 21 April 2019. Leader: - Frank Bakker Grade: - Medium – Hard (walk will be on well-formed track half of the way and approximately half off track.) Distance: - approx. 18 Km each way in to
Due to bad weather, Trip Leader John Hutton and 4 Geehi members walked to the headwaters of the Snowy River instead of Club Lake.