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Taos Ski Valley has announced it has opened several new attractions including a new beginner gravity-based flow/cross country trail; a newly designed professional disc golf course; and a brand new High Alpine Playground for children.
In addition, the resort — named by National Geographic as one of the world’s “25 Best Ski Towns” — will host its first “King of the Mountain Beach Volleyball Tournament” on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.
“Taos Ski Valley is a great destination for cool temperatures and clean mountain air, especially now that the Carson National Forest is open again,” Alyson Hyder, executive director at TSV Chamber of Commerce said. “Come discover a wealth of summer activities including rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, chairlift rides and full moon hikes in a unique mountain setting.”
Taos Ski Valley’s new beginner gravity-fed flow trail and cross country trail are free to the public and located around the Pioneers beginner slope.
The trail is .25 miles of continuous track with multiple rollers and berms, which allow both novice riders to learn new bike handling skills and experienced riders to improve.
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