most comprehensive Idaho Emergency Phone number is 800-632-8000. Use it
in back country emergencies as a 911 alternative.
Tips- Lots of
helpful information on packing and riding in the back country.
the Pack Saddle Info Guide and Pack
Panniers Info Guide on this site as well.
Equipment List for horse packing trips from Idaho State
Thinking about a new saddle? Go here before you buy.
resource for western saddles and accessories including information on
used saddles, saddle types, saddle parts, saddle fit, saddle care, and
Supply Cabelas Outfitter Chris
Pack Station Spirit
Tack & Saddles Buckaroo
Stead Saddle Company
Medical ID Form - A one page form for listing your personal
emergency and medical information
Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation
The Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation (SBFC) was
originally formed as the Selway-Bitterroot Foundation in 2005.
In 2011, we expanded the geographic area that we work in to
include the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness. We
are a non-profit that serves as the primary partner of the Forest
Service in stewarding the 1.3-million acre Selway-Bitterroot
Wilderness, the 2.3-million acre Frank Church-River of No Return
Wilderness, and the surrounding wildlands. Why? Like many wilderness
areas, the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness and Frank Church-River of No
Return Wilderness are victims of declining federal dollars. Smaller
budgets often mean less work accomplished on the ground, fewer
wilderness rangers and trail crews, and reduced stewardship of
wilderness and trails in these areas.
The Wilderness Society is the leading American
conservation organization working to protect our nation’s public lands,
the 635 million acres collectively owned by the American
people and managed by our government.
well-known icons to hidden gems, these lands provide us all with clean
air and water; abundant wildlife; havens for recreation, learning, and
solitude; and a foundation for a healthy planet. They are
also important sources of renewable energy and vital natural resources
that must be managed wisely.
is a national, nonprofit
on behalf of all trail interests
including hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, horseback riding, water
trails, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, trail motorcycling, ATVs,
snowmobiling and four-wheeling. American Trails members want to create
and protect America's network of interconnected trails.
We support local, regional, and long-distance trails and
greenways, whether they be in backcountry, rural or urban areas. Our
goal is to support
America's trails by finding common ground and promoting
cooperation among all trail interests. Since our formation
in 1988 we've been involved in everything from training
trails advocates to increasing accessible
trail opportunities for persons with disabilitiesIdaho
Police & Sheriffs Departments
Northwest Youth Corps-
Youth Corps is a job training, alternative/outdoor education,
employment, and youth development organization that has served over
10,000 young people in a variety of programs since it was established
Student Conservation Association (SCA) is a nationwide conservation
force of college and high school volunteers who protect and restore
America’s parks, forests, and other public lands.
Idaho Trail Association
- To facilitate the active enjoyment of Idaho’s
public lands and hiking trails, the Idaho Trails Association brings
together citizens and develops partnerships to foster:
- Care-taking of Idaho’s hiking trails through stewardship
projects, including trail construction and maintenance.
- Development of traditional trails maintenance skills.
- Understanding and appreciation, through education, of
Idaho’s unique trail resources.
- Preservation, protection and access to Idaho’s hiking
trails through outreach and advocacy.