The Four Corners Back Country Horsemen chapter works to enhance and maintain the right to ride and use stock on public lands. All organization efforts are completed through hard working volunteers. Although 4CBCH offers social activities, we are not a riding club. Our mission is to KEEP TRAILS OPEN to equestrian use and help improve trail conditions. If you like riding trails on public lands, or just believe in our mission, we invite you to join our group. Learn more about us here.

4CBCH assists with trail maintenance and trail improvement projects. Everyone is welcome.

  • We are devoted equestrians who love riding and exploring trails. 
  • We welcome riders of all types, ages, and interests. 
  • If you do not ride, but are interested in supporting trail maintenance, we invite you to join our organization.

Membership entitles you to the Four Corners Back Country Horsemen monthly newsletter. Members will also receive the Back Country Horsemen of America (BCHA) National Newsletter published quarterly.  The newsletter contains information regarding the activities of the National Board of Directors and the committee chairs (Education, Public Liaison, Wilderness, and Media Communications) along with news from the 25 states represented in BCHA.