We are concerned men and women dedicated to the gentle use of California trails and back country.
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Jerkey Trail Head Last Minute Work Project: 6-16-19

This is a one day (a few hours) of brushing downed trees at trailhead job. Bring gloves and loppers. Kern Sierra will not be providing food or drinks for this project . There are corrals, outhouse and free campsites available at the trailhead for those who wish to come up early . This is a Dry camp, no power or water. Join Robert at his Saturday night campfire.

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Annual Nature Festival

6th Annual Spring Nature Festival held at the Wind Wolves Preserve.


National Trails Day

Saturday, June 1st at 9:00am at the Hart Park Barn.

2019 Sportsman Booth

2019 Sportsman Booth

Education Booth manned by our newest family member Charlie Trueblood.

Land Pass Program

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CDFW manages over 1 million acres

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Save the Trails

On April 2nd a presentation was held at the Frazier Park Library to highlight some of the obstacles facing stock users. The well attended event was coordinated by the local newspaper, The Mountain Enterprise, and consisted of three segments. The event lasted over 2 hours and afterwards the presenters met with the audience to answer questions and go into more detail regarding the various topics. The event helped educate the audience on the importance and benefits of the BCHC.

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New Members Welcome!


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2017 Fall Ride

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The sun was shining, the sky was blue; what more could one ask for?

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2019 President's Letter

I would like to thank all members who participated in the 2019 BCHC Rendezvous. Its always a great time to get together with members from other units throughout the state, attend free classes and shop at the many vendors. Rendezvous 2020 will be held in Red Bluff.Our annual general membership meeting will be held on National Trails Day June 1st.We will be doing a little trail cleanup from the Hart Park barn to the end of the park along the river. We will then proceed to ride west to the Goodmanville residential area to Patty Montoya’s home for lunch and meeting. We will be discussing the future of Backcountry Horsemen (where we are and where we want to go as an organization) and returning to the barn.

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