10th Mountain Center in Fort Kent, Maine
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The 10th Mountain Center, the host of the 2004 World Cup Biathlon, is rated one of the top nordic skiing facilities in the world.
A world class Biathlon and Cross Country facility with 12 km of trails designed by John Morton, complemented by an additional 25km of trails.
Lighted roller ski loop
A full biathlon range with 30 shooting stations.
A state-of-the-art 5,500 sq.ft. lodge, which includes locker rooms, a sauna, heated floors, kitchen, jury room, coaches' room, competition office, fireplace and a unique perspective within the stadium. All this combines to make the 10th Mountain Lodge one of the most spectator-friendly lodges in the world.
State of the art, 26 room waxing building.
The 10th Mountain Ski Center has already hosted the most successful World Cup in North American history, plus 2 Senior National Biathlon Championships and 3 Junior National Championships.