Geehi Bushwalking Club

The Geehi Bushwalking Club has been walking in the Snowy Mountains since 1957. The club leads bushwalks in the Snowy Mountains, South Coast and ACT; as well as camping, cycling, cross-country skiing and canoeing adventures. Walks are run at least once a month, as well as regular mid-week walks.

New members are always welcome. Whether you’re an experienced walker, new to bushwalking, or walking with your family.  All ages and capabilities are catered for, with activities ranging from easy half-day walks on trails, to overnight treks and camps.

Check out the Upcoming Events page for the list of walks, or see the Membership page to see how you can get involved.

Upcoming Walks and Events – click on the images to read more info…

Kybeyan Ridge Tops and River Walk

June 16 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This will be a circuit walk along ridge tops in the Kybeyan State Conservation Area, including a 1.5km stretch along the Kybeyan River. After a 30min drive from Cooma, we will climb 200m up Mt Pleasant (1050m), then continue along narrow rocky ridges, gradually descending to the Kybeyan River (750m). We’ll follow this upstream for

Coonatha Reserve Walk

July 13 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

On Sat 13 July 2024 the Geehi Bushwalking Club will be conducting a walk near Numeralla. The plan will be to drive with at least two vehicles to Numeralla village, leaving one there and driving back to the start point 14.3 kms from Cooma Racecourse. The track leads downhill for 4 kms along a fire

Snow Shoe Day

August 11 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

In order to try out our over snow walking skills we will have a day out on snow shoes. Weather and snow permitting we will visit the 3 Mile Dam area near Kiandra. Snow shoe and poles hire is available from Rhythm Snow Sports in Cooma. Please pick up the day before if possible. The

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Recent Events – click on the images to read more info…

Charlottes Pass to Perisher Valley

21 April 2024 This walk was undertaken for us to sample part of the new Snowy’s Alpine Walking trail. After dropping one car off at Perisher Valley, we started this walk from the trail head

Leaning Rock Falls, Easter 2024

Leaning Rock Falls, Easter (29 March – 1 April) 2024 It has been quite some time since the club (or indeed the leader) has been to Leaning Rock Falls. Although the route wasn’t affected by

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