This Geehi Club event was a car camp at the Blue Waterholes, with 2 single day walks. We drove from Cooma late on the Friday afternoon, arriving whilst still light. On Saturday we followed the Nichols Gorge walk, a moderate 6 km walk upstream from the campground. The first third
23 April 2023 The day originally set for this walk had a poor weather forecast - fair chance of showers. Nevertheless, we very optimistically drove to Kiandra. By then, strong winds and rain caused a change of plans, retreating to visit the newly rebuilt Delaneys Hut, and the Adaminaby pie
Our original plan for this weekend was Hannels Spur but the leader, Llew, injured his knee whilst walking in Tassie. An alternative plan (without Llew) was hatched for a day walk – a circuit from Charlotte Pass to Mt Twynam via Blue Lake, returning via Illawong Lodge. The weather forecast
Walk to Bimberi Peak – ACT border. 9th -11th December A smaller than usual but typically keen Geehi group met in the Carpark next to the Bunkhouse at 3:30 pm to be farewelled by the original leader of the walk, Brian (who just happened to pull up as we were organising
Last month the Geehi Bushwalking Club had their anniversary weekend. In order to celebrate it we stayed in a ski lodge at Smiggins Holes and did some walks from there. Our first walk was very well attended with 18 people and we tried out the new section of track from
This walk had been postponed from a wet weekend in November 2021. This time, weather and road reports were good, so a group of 7 met at Cooma North on February 11, and set off for the KNP border at Snowy Plain, a nearly 2 hour drive . A short
The recent ongoing wet weather may have put people off, but 3 club members managed to score a day of perfect weather for a wander up South Ramshead.
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.