North Cheyenne Cañon Park
Since 2015, RMFI has helped complete trail and restoration projects in North Cheyenne Cañon Park, a regional park managed by the City of Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department (CSPRCS). Notable RMFI projects include new trail construction to access Mt. Muscoco and improvements to the Silver Cascade Trail, Mid-Columbine Trail, and Powell Connector Trail. These projects were made possible through partnership with the Friends of Cheyenne Cañon (FOCC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the stewardship of the Park.
RMFI is partnering with FOCC and CSPRCS to complete multiple restoration and trail improvement projects including social trail restoration and refinements to system trails within the Upper Mesa Project Area and improvements to Mount Cutler Trail and Mid-Columbine Trail. RMFI is also partnering with FOCC to complete a series of trainings to boost stewardship capacity among its members.
We recognize the following nations, whose traditional territories we work on in North Cheyenne Canon Park:
- Očhéthi Šakówiŋ
- Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute)
- Jicarilla Apache
- Work with partners to complete critical stewardship projects that advance goals and objectives detailed in the park's master and management plan.
PROJECT PARTNERS AND FUNDERS
- Bristol Brewing Company
- City of Colorado Springs
- Friends of Cheyenne Canon
- Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO)
If you are interested in donating your time to this project or other similar projects, please check our calendar for workday opportunities or contact Calla Balliett, our Volunteer & Partnership Coordinator with any questions: 719-471-7736 ext. 4# or [email protected]