Twin Rivers Back Country Horsemen

A chapter of the Back Country Horsemen of Idaho


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Mission Statement

The purpose of the organization is to perpetuate enjoyable, common sense use of horses in the back country, assist government agencies in the maintenance and management of trails and other back county resources, educate, encourage and solicit active public participation in wise and sustainable use of the resources that our heritage has provided for us.

If you are passionate about riding and recreating with your stock in our treasured public lands, join like minded riders and become a Back Country Horsemen. We spend many hours every year donating our time as volunteers on U. S. Forest Service, Idaho Fish & Game, and Washington Fish & Wildlife lands so our members, as well as other users, can enjoy open trails. 

Chapter Meetings

2nd Wednesday of each month from May-Aug

2nd Tuesday of each month from Sept-Apr

6:00 PM

Lewis Clark Saddle Club

1718 13th Street

Clarkston, WA 99403

*Meeting location can change, always check the latest newsletter.

Twin Rivers Back Country Horsemen was founded in 1988. We are located in the Lewis-Clark Valley, which spans the border of Idaho and Washington at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers. 

Back Country Horsemen of America (BCHA) is a non-profit corporation made up of state organizations, affiliates and at-large members. Back Country Horsemen of Idaho (BCHI) is a non-profit organization with 16 chapters spread throughout our beautiful state. Although each chapter is a member of BCHI, and in turn, Back Country Horsemen of America, (BCHA), they each have a complete list of Officers and Directors. Twin Rivers Back Country Horsemen (TRBCH) functions on its own, setting up its own bylaws, officers, activities and work projects. Each chapter has two State Directors who represent the chapter at BCHI Directors Meetings. The chapters support the state organization of BCHI and the national organization of BCHA and they, in turn, support the chapter with the ultimate goal of insuring that public lands remain open to the recreational use of stock.