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Monday, 26 January 2015 12:17

2015 BCHBC Logo Wear Catalogue

Whoa there... that's a lot of great logo wear! Lots of great items of really nice quality and at great prices. We don’t keep a huge stock of each item, so order early as some items are only stocked one or two per sizing – and it’s first come first served. The order form is the first page of the catalogue, and explains shipping options. (Taxes included.) If you can wait until March to receive your item(s), your Chapter chair will pick your order up at the Spring Board of Directors Meeting. If you choose to have your items shipped directly to you instead, please email Juanita regarding shipping charges – you will need to add that to your cheque when paying for your items. If you have any questions or want to reserve a product while your cheque is in the mail, please email Juanita Gibney. Click to download…
Monday, 12 January 2015 15:45

BCHBC Chapter Profile: Robson Valley

The Back Country Horsemen of BC’s Robson Valley Chapter is located in the Robson Valley, and includes the nearby communities of McBride, Valemount, Dunster, Tete Jaune, Crescent Spur and Dome Creek.   The Robson Valley Chapter was founded in the spring of 2010 by a small group of avid back country riders and, over the years, has grown to approximately 30-40 members, including several youth. Members include everything from front country riders to avid multi-day back country riders. The chapter has no set days or locations for meetings, but tries to meet once a month for various events. Elections are held annually in November. The Robson Valley Chapter was started up because members saw the need for improvement of access to both the front country and back country areas of the Robson Valley, as well as exploration and re-opening of some of the historic pack trails in the area along…
After almost five years and hundreds of hours of volunteer effort, the Back Country Horsemen Society of British Columbia’s North Vancouver Island Chapter (BCHBC-NVI) have two reasons to celebrate. In early January 2015, BCHBC-NVI received notice that the Government of British Columbia had ‘officially designated’ the Salmon Brewster Equine Campsites and Trail Corridor Project located in the Sayward Valley, north of Campbell River. This designation ensures that these facilities, that were built by BCHBC, can be enjoyed by equine enthusiasts and other outdoor recreational users in perpetuity. On February 19, the volunteers gathered to celebrate that achievement and the release of a new book chronicling the project’s history. “Trail Blazers: The Creation of the Salmon Brewster Equine Campsites and Trail Corridor Project is the story of how members, who reside from Parksville to Port McNeill, engaged community and government to turn this project from a dream into reality,” said BCHBC-NVI’s…
Friday, 02 January 2015 18:15

BCHBC Chapter Profile: Skeena Stikine

Established in December 2014, the Skeena Stikine chapter (near Terrace) is the newest addition to the Back Coutnry Horsemen of BC group.  It was established after Richard Rennison picked up the phone and made the call, and with the help and encouragement of the NW Chapter, the 20th Chapter of BCHBC came to be and the local response from the Equine Community has been and continues to be overwhelmingly supportive.  Our chapter domain covers from the far North, Deese Lake area, South to Kitwanga, West thru to Terrace and Prince Rupert, South to Kitimat and North again to The Nass Valley and area. With this large Northern BC area, we have SO many trails and areas to ride from. Some of the favorite and spectacular places to ride are: Spring Creek/Deep Creek Trail. This is a beautiful forest ride, old logging roads combined with trails and small lakes, water crossings, wildlife…
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