Horseback Riding

Alpine offers one of the finest western equitation programs of any boys camp in the Southeast. The camp is a member of the Camp Horsemanship Association (CHA) and each riding instructor participates in a CHA clinic prior to the opening of the camping season. Alpine owns it’s herd of horses, each of which is selected with care for the safety of younger boys.

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Instructors teach the newest rider, as well as the more proficient, the fine points of good horsemanship and western riding. After thorough instruction in the ring, campers and instructors hit the scenic trails and open country roads on and around the camp property.