BCHA Horse Camping Survey

Please complete an important survey to share your experiences with non-equestrians using horse camps and trailhead parking.
– Survey closes the end of February 2021. There are more than 500 responses so far, but more would be great, so please help spread the word.
– This data is being collected to help Back Country Horsemen of America determine where non-equestrians occupy horse camping sites or trailheads and assess the impact on equestrians.
– Follow the link below to complete the survey, then share it so equestrians can be heard. The survey can also be found on the Back Country Horsemen of Oregon (BCHO) website under the “News” pulldown.
– Note: A horse camping site is any camping site that is designed to accommodate the inclusion of equines, i.e., tie rails, high-lines (or site that permits users to set up their own high-line), tie-stalls, box stalls, corrals, etc. on public lands.
PHOTO:  Ponying in the Pasayten Wilderness. Photo by Robert Eversole, TrailMeister

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