Mt. Muscoco (elevation 8,020 feet) is located within North Cheyenne Canon, a park managed by the City of Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department (CSPRC). The peak, accessed via the Mt. Cutler Trail, lacked a designated summit route despite increased visitation in recent years. In spring of 2015, the Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI), CSPRC, and the Friends of Cheyenne Cañon (FOCC) collaborated on a trail improvement project to re-route approximately 2,500 feet of the user-created trail. Over the course of 6 workdays, a total of 73 volunteers donated 621 hours to build 67 timber steps, 9 rock steps with 5 linear feet of supporting outslope retaining wall, 6 cross-vanes with cobble cross-trail drainage, 2 large and 5 small rock check-dams, 1 rock water-bar, restored and seeded 175 linear feet of bottom social trail section, and obliterated and obscured 50 linear feet of the upper social trail section.