BCHA Helps Restore Trail after Forest Fire


The Duckabush Trail starts in Olympic National Forest, about 20 miles from Quilcene, Washington. It follows a remote stretch of the Duckabush River, crosses the Brothers Wilderness, then enters Olympic National Park from the east. In 2011 it went up in flames.

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Colorado Back Country Horsemen help Girl Scouts Earn Merit Badges


The Mesa Verde Chapter of Back Country Horsemen of Colorado established a program for teaching their local Girl Scout Troop 1192, based in Dolores, CO, about responsible recreation while giving them an opportunity to earn their Camping Badges. 
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Back Country Horsemen of Utah Celibrates the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act

Utah Trail Ride

In recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act, BLM-Utah’s crew recently set out on a unique trip into Red Mountain Wilderness supported by the BCHU Southwest Chapter and Snow Canyon Trail Rides.
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The Human-Horse Bond

Long before man's best friend was a dog, every good cowboy had one best companion. A famous quote says, "A dog looks up to a man, a cat looks down on a man, but a patient horse looks a man in the eye and sees him as an equal." 

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