Front Range Back Country Horsemen (FRBCH) is a chapter of Back Country Horsemen of America (BCHA) a national service organization. We have members from the northern suburbs to towns southeast on the plains. We draw members from Denver to Brighton to Kiowa. Most of our summer activities are in the mountains within a 1 1/2 hour drive. FRBCH works to keep the trails open to saddle and pack stock today and for future generations through education, service and voice. Without trails where would we ride?
We ride to remote places, work hard and play hard. You do not need to be a skilled back country rider to enjoy the opportunities of FRBCH. Your horse may cross some shallow mountain creeks. We will assist new members in learning their way into the back country at their own pace. If you feel you are not capable of handling large logs or saws, no fear. There are many tasks for those of us who want simple clearing projects. Safety is paramount everywhere—on a ride or a complicated work project. Visit our photo gallery for more of our activities.