A walk to sample the iconic views of Monaro High Plains. This will be led by local identity and history buff. So we will hear various stories about past exploration and settling of this area. Distance: 10km (tbc). Grade; 3 Moderate, off track walking through open country. Meeting Place: Cooma
This walk will be undertaken from Snowy Mountains Highway on this occasion due to lack of access to Ravine during Snowy 2.0 construction. It is an old miners route as described in our Snowy Mountains walks book, from p136 (8th ed) which we will check as we go for currency.
Note change of Date! (To avoid Mothers day weekend). This walk is to explore some the features north of Cooma, in the Deua National Park. The trail head is located at the Berlang Camp Ground which is around 700 metres off the Braidwood - Cooma Road on a dirt
Our meeting and departure point will be at the Vulcan Street Playground. From there we will plot a course for Ayers Rock and try to follow the original track among the myriad of other trails through the area. After Ayers Rock we will make our way to Mt. Gladstone crossing
This trip will be a 4 day bushwalk from Round Mountain to Jagungal and return. Mt Jagungal is the isolated peak North of the main Range and the only one over 2,000m separate from the main range. So we can expect great views, weather permitting.
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.
Walk description Friday Feb 11; depart Cooma in convoy 3pm. Drive to KNP border at the end of Snowy Plains firetrail. Several creek crossings on the way, 4wd only. Park the vehicles at KNP border. Short 1/2 hr firetrail walk to Cesjacks Hut. Set up camp and explore around Cesjacks
Join The Geehi Bushwalking Club on their first walk for 2022 to South Ramshead and Ramshead to enjoy the views and Wildflowers
Sentry Box Mountain on the ACT border was the destination for The Geehi Bushwalking Club’s recent walk. The sky was blue with just enough breeze to keep us cool. Twelve members drove into Yaouk Valley and commenced the ascent via the south ridge, a route not commonly used. After crossing
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.