Links to other web sites that have information related to BCH.
Boise BCH on Facebook
MAPS (best viewed on a PC)
The Squaw Butte Chapter of BCHI maintains an excellent blog on what’s going on within the back country and other interesting facts.
Back Country Horsemen of America
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- HORSE CAMP INCIDENT REPORT FORM –
Natural Resources Accessibility, Conservation & Preservation
- American Horse Council
Its mission is to promote and protect the equine industry by representing its interests in Congress and in federal regulatory agencies on national issues of importance.
- BlueRibbon Coalition
A national non-profit organization dedicated to preserving responsible recreational access to public lands.
- Equestrian Land Conservation Resource (ELCR)
Dedicated to promoting access to and conservation of land for equestrian use.
- Idaho Conservation League
- Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation
View equine opportunities at State Parks under Recreation/Equestrians
- Idaho Horse Board
Working together for the benefit of Idaho horsemen (Grants are available)
- Idaho Horse Council
Representing the Idaho horse industry
- Idaho Sportsmen’s Caucus Advisory Council
- National Wild Horse and Burro Program
- Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation Volunteer Trail Work
Idaho National Forests
- Interactive Visitor Map – Forest Service Visitor Map
- Boise National Forest
About 2.6 Million acres of mountainous landscape located north and east of the city of Boise, Idaho. Elevations range from 2,600 to 9,800 feet.
- Caribou-Targhee National Forest
Over 3 million acres stretching across southeastern Idaho, from the Montana, Utah, and Wyoming borders. Home to the Curlew National Grasslands.
- Idaho Panhandle National Forests Visitor Center
About 2.5 million acres of public lands in the northern Idaho “panhandle” and extending into eastern Washington and western Montana.
- Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests
Spans approximately 4 million acres in north central Idaho. Rugged peaks, deep canyons, dense forests and remote wilderness make up diverse landscapes and contribute to the many recreational opportunities and natural resources available.
- Payette National Forest
Over 2.3 million acres of some of west-central Idaho’s most beautiful and diverse country — hot desert grasslands through cool conifer forests to snow-capped peaks.
- Salmon-Challis National Forest
Over 4.3 million acres in east-central Idaho. Includes 1.3 million acres of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area, the largest wilderness area in the Continental United States.
- Sawtooth National Forest
2.1 million acres of some of the most magnificent and wild country in the US. Situated in south-central Idaho, the Sawtooth’s extend into Utah.
Forest Service Schedule of Proposed Actions SOPA – projects by forest.