This walk explores the 19th century settler history, centred around the huts and farms of the Brayshaw and Westerman families.
There will be ample opportunity to explore the huts and yards that show the way people lived and worked into the early 20th century.
It is a moderate walk gently rolling through lightly forested and clear country.
CONTACT: Contact the walk leader via club email address; email@example.com for expression of interest and further details.
GRADE: 2-3, This walk is graded easy – medium.
DISTANCE: Approx. 9 km, estimate 3 – 4 hours.
RISKS: Cool to cold Weather, some of the path may be slippery after frost.
WHAT TO BRING: All the usual day walking gear such as stout walking shoes or boots, long trousers and shirt, sunscreen, hat, water resistant jacket, lunch and snacks, water and medications
MEETING POINT: We will meet at Cooma North Carpark at 8 am.
COST: Nil, although past club members are encouraged to renew their subscription, which can be done on the day.
Car pooling from Cooma to Brayshaw’s Hut and return. Approx 1 hours drive each way via Shannon’s Flat and Boboyan Rd.
COVID – 19 PROTOCOLS
In regards to our responsibilities in stopping the spread of COVID-19, the following protocols will be in place:
- All participants are asked to adhere to social distancing measures
- Maximum group size of 30 participants, so it is important to contact walk leader prior to the day of the activity
- Please do not attend if you feel unwell or have been in contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19
- Please bring your own pen for signing onto our Walk Register
- Also bring your own Hand Sanitiser
- Car pooling allowed, masks recommended