Nestled in the scenic central area of PEI, the Nordic site features 24.5 kilometers of groomed recreational ski trails and a combined Nordic and Biathlon Stadium with a 26 lane biathlon range, supporting technical buildings and an accredited competition level trail network to support all common competitive distances up to 4 km in length. The park is named after Island athlete, Mark Arendz, an eight-time Paralympic medalist.
A legacy venue of the Canada Games, the Nordic site is known for hosting the PEI 1991 Canada Winter Games biathlon and cross country events and the PEI 2009 Canada Summer Games mountain biking event. The Nordic site also welcomed the 2014 Biathlon Canada World Youth and Junior Selections and the 2018 Easter Canadian Biathlon Championships.
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