Discover biathlon! This thrilling sport combines cross-country skiing and rifle marksmanship for youth through masters-aged skiers.
Biathlon blends the challenge of cross-country skate skiing and rifle marksmanship into a unique and engaging sport for all ages. Kincaid Park’s world class biathlon range is the focal point of the sport in Alaska. We provide safety and shooting classes throughout the year.
Our fun and friendly race series and training groups are your passport to this amazingly engaging activity for you and your family.
No need to search the want ads for a “biathlon rifle for sale” as club membership allows you to use one of ours.
How to get started:
Step 1: Attend a biathlon rifle safety training class. Classes are held monthly and cover safe rifle handling, care and use of a biathlon rifle, and basic biathlon technique. Upcoming Safety Classes
Step 2: Join the United States Biathlon Association. Membership is required to shoot at the Kincaid Park Biathlon Range (It’s our insurance) and all you need to join can be found at our required range safety classes. USBA Membership Information | Download Form
Step 3: Practice skills at the Biathlon Range - Range Opening Schedule Biathlon rifles and ammunition are available for use during range openings and races. Range fees and current ammunition prices
Step 4: Learn new skills with NSAA’s Eagle Eyes, Juniors and Masters program - More about programs
Step 5: Participate in monthly community fun races. All ages and abilities are welcome. Schedule and More Information
Step 6: Volunteer! Your skills and enthusiasm is needed! All experience levels are welcome for these small jobs that help us put on great races. Please contact us if you can help out at races or the range.
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For questions on scholarship rifles, race schedules, and the biathlon range at Kincaid Park contact the NSAA Biathlon Committee or call 276-7609.
For questions on biathlon instruction, training, and recreational programs contact the Eagle Eyes Program Coordinator.