The King County Executive Horse Council is an umbrella organization, uniting horsemen of all breeds and interests. The KCEHC
supports the horse industry and equestrian way of life by
advocating for the
protection and creation of equestrian trails and facilities.
We are the official horse advisors to government and developers.
The KCEHC has promoted the creation of a trail ordinance,
equestrian overlays and trail language for comprehensive and
community plans, inventoried trails for community plans and
developed educational brochures.
The KCEHC publishes
three brochures: Share the Road with Horses, Basic Horse Management,
and Trail Etiquette, Safety and Equipment. Our
newsletter keeps you informed about equestrian issues.
We must be united to protect our
COME JOIN US!
7th 2016 -- Work Party at KTEP: volunteers needed to rake
arena sand back into place, fix the kick boards in place, and remove
blackberry and saplings. Tools & snacks
provided. More info here.
PERMITS for TRAIL
In December 2015,
Campbell Global of Portland OR bought the Snoqualmie Forest
(where Tokul trails are located, adjacent to the Snoqualmie
Valley Trail) from Hancock. They are continuing the permit
access system, with annual non-motorized permits at $50 and day
permits at $8, sold on their
Snoqualmie Forest website.
of what permits may be required where, see
the Trails page.
KCEHC's King County
Our online guide provides information
about publicly-accessible horseback trails within the lower
elevations of King County.
Listings include trail description and details, directions, current
status, amenities, and links to maps and more...
Second Monday of
every month, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
2017: Woodinville Library - Room TBD
March 13, 2017: Redmond Library - Small Conference Room
April 10, 2017: probably Redmond Library - Small Conference Room
�2017 King County Executive Horse Council