Details will be advised by Trip Leader at a later date.
LEADER: Jamie Bond GRADE: 3 – The walk is mostly on well defined tracks, however there are some sections with rough formed steps and also exposed tree roots. Some areas of sloping path covered in loose gravel. Relatively short walk of 6km return but with changes in terrain as described
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.
A dozen Geehi Bushwalking Club members explored Cooma North Ridge on 21 March 2020
DATE: Saturday 21st March, 2020 TIME: 8.45 for 9am start. Some important information for those intending to participate: We ask that you are ready to observe hygiene practices in line with what is expected to limit the spread of coronavirus. In particular, we ask that you bring your own hand
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current Bushfire emergency THIS WALK IS CANCELLED. Club Lake - 12 January 2020 The walk is not difficult and is mainly on well formed tracks except for the last kilometre out to Club Lake which will be off track. The walk from Charlottes
This is the Snowy Mountains iconic walk is to trek above the tree line and as the name implies traverses past 4 of the glacial lakes. We summit peaks above 2,000m with panoramic views over the Rolling Grounds to Jagungal, the Main Range and West to Victoria. It is one
11 Geehi members travelled to Brogo Dam on 2 March 2019 for a day’s canoeing on the Dam.
Due to bad weather, Trip Leader John Hutton and 4 Geehi members walked to the headwaters of the Snowy River instead of Club Lake.
On 13 January a small but energetic group of five, Andrew Egan, John Hutton, Frank Baker, Neroli O’Neil and leader Peter Davis left Cooma in two cars to travel some 30 kilometres north of Cooma on the Shannons Flat Road. One car was left at a private property one km