Taos Renames Ski Runs To Honor Two Skiers Killed In An Inbound Avalanche

Taos Renames Ski Runs To Honor Two Skiers Killed In An Inbound Avalanche

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Taos Renames Ski Runs To Honor Two Skiers Killed In An Inbound Avalanche

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TAOS, NM – Sept. 11, 2020 – Two trails at Taos Ski Valley’s Kachina Bowl will honor Matthew Zonghetti and Corey Borg-Massanari, both of whom died tragically in an avalanche in 2019. The trails will be known as Z-chute and She Gone. The Zonghetti and Borg-Massanari families selected the names.

“We’re grateful to Matt and Corey’s families for working with us to honor their memories,” said David Norden, CEO of Taos Ski Valley. “By naming these trails, we can ensure that they are remembered for years to come, and that our community of skiers, staff, and residents continues to pay their respects.”

The trails are located off the Kachina Peak lift and were unnamed previously.

About Taos Ski Valley: Nestled among the pristine peaks of northern New Mexico, Taos Ski Valley is undergoing a $300 million renaissance making it one of North America’s premier vacation and adventure destinations. With over 300 inches of average annual snowfall, 300 days of sunshine and more than 1,200 skiable acres, Taos Ski Valley offers a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, breathtaking scenery and exhilarating terrain for every ability level for a spirited mountain experience unlike any other. The resort is maintaining its authentic charm while investing in new amenities both on-mountain and in the base area. Taos Ski Valley is proud to participate in the Mountain Collective, and Ikon Pass; collaborate networks of iconic, independent ski destinations. To learn more about Taos Ski Valley, and see the future plans for the Ski Valley, please visit www.skitaos.com.

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