Cooma North Ridge Off Track Adventure Starting at Mulach St stile, another of the major entrances to Cooma North Ridge Reserve, we had a look at the remains of the J Walker’s house amongst the old fence lines, irises and quince trees. It was then up the old Borrow Pits
What a magic four days! Despite the especially busy period, the Easter Expedition into the Jagungal Wilderness area could only be described as awesome. It was the first time I had carried a pack other than a day pack in many years however the 18 kilos proved to be totally
Nunnock Swamp; where forest and history meet. Members of the Geehi Bushwalking Club headed out to Nunnock Swamp for this month’s walk. We enjoyed the eucalyptus of the South East Forests National Park as we drove out. The swamp was a picture with the reeds looking to be in flower
This walk was a trek up to above the tree line, exploring the high ridge to Consett Stephens Pass and Mount Tate and is one of the walks described in The Geehi Bushwalking Club’s book – Snowy Mountains Walks, page 81 in our 8th edition.
It was a sunny day for the Geehi’s first walk of 2021 in an area that looks to have benefited from the recent rain.
Six of us from Geehi Bushwalking Club had a camp out weekend at Oldfield’s Hut. This provided a good base camp for us to visit Mt Morgan and Bimberi Peak.
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.
The threat of wet weather did not deter 6 of us attending this visit to the coast. There was also the promise of a new bakery to check out if the rain did close in... This short walk exceeded our expectations as there was such variation in all aspects. The
On 5th September we had a successful cross country ski day, with 5 Geehi's paricipating. In the end we relocated our trip to Perisher instead of Smiggins Holes so that we could ski up to the Porcupine and beyond on the back pole line trail to Charlottes Pass. This was
Jinny Brother Walk Report The Geehi Bushwalking Club had 20 members tackle a climb up a local mountain known as Jinny Brother, which is on private property, on Saturday 11 July 2020. Members met in the Cooma North Shops car park (socially distancing…) for a briefing before driving south for