Geehi Reservoir ride via Schlink Pass Trail Hiking Australia
  • Length: 30km

  • Duration: 4hrs

  • Grade: 3

  • Style: One Way

  • Start: Schlink Pass Rd, Kosciuszko National Park

  • End: Schlink Pass Rd, Kosciuszko National Park

  • Location: Kosciuszko National Park

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  • Distance from CBD: 496 km

  • State: NSW

  • Latitude: -36.351099855722

  • Longitude: 148.413476962666

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Geehi Reservoir ride via Schlink Pass is a 30km, grade 3 One Way hike located in the Kosciuszko National Park, NSW. The hike should take approximately 4hrs to complete.

Summary

Cycling is one of the best ways to experience the natural beauty of the Snowy Mountains region. Geehi Reservoir ride via Schlink Pass is a challenging track ideally suited for experienced mountain bikers. Located in a quiet section of Kosciuszko National Park, between Geehi in the Khancoban area and Guthega in Perisher Valley, you’re more than likely to have it all to yourself.
Best tackled in summer, this undulating ride along Schlink Pass Road takes you through ever-changing scenery – from temperate to sub-alpine and alpine regions. Schlink Pass is the highest point on the ride at an elevation of 1800m, so be sure to stop and take in the sweeping views.
Then, jump back on your bike and continue south to Guthega Power Station, beside Munyang River. If you’re only doing the one-way ride, riders may wish to organise a pick up at the end.

About the Region

Thredbo-Perisher area of Kosciuszko National Park in the Snowy Mountains region
The Thredbo-Perisher area is open all year, but some roads and trails may close due to weather conditions or park management issues. Kosciuszko Road is closed between Perisher and Charlotte Pass in winter (June to October long weekends).
8.30am to 5pm daily. Closed Christmas Day.

Getting There

To Guthega Power Station carpark. Geehi Reservoir ride via Schlink Pass travels from Guthega Power Station in the Perisher area, to Geehi Dam in the Khancoban area of Kosciuszko National Park . To get to Geehi Dam trackhead:Head west on Alpine Way from Thredbo for around 48km, or south from Khancoban for 18km Turn onto Olsens Road at the sign to Olsens lookout and Geehi DamFollow Olsens Road and Geehi Dam Road for around 24km to Geehi Dam Park entry points Guthega Power Station carpark See on map Road quality All 2WD vehicles need to carry snow chains in winter, between June and October long weekends, on: Kosciuszko Road (to Perisher) Guthega Road Alpine Way between Thredbo and Tom Groggin Snow chains are recommended for all vehicles driving in the park, including 4WD and AWD, in the event of extreme weather. Read our snow driving in Kosciuszko tips. Roads can close in extreme weather, so it’s a good idea to check weather and road conditions before setting out. Parking Parking is available at Geehi Dam.

Tips

If you’re riding a bike, please give way to walkers along this track.
It’s a good idea to bring a topographic map and cmopass, or a GPS.
Fill in the free trip intention form and hire a PLB from the Snowy Region Visitor Centre or Perisher Visitor Office.


Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.

The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.

 




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