Tordrillo Mountain Lodge
Experience Alaska Heli Skiing
Join us for an Alaska heli skiing adventure of a lifetime at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge and get access the most stunning alpine landscapes, experienced guides and best heli skiing terrain in all of Alaska.
Make your next vacation truly unique with us at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, the premiere and longest operating heli ski lodge in Alaska. Let our unique brand of warm hospitality and alpine adventure accompany you on an epic Alaskan outdoor experience.
Whether you’re looking for a great skiing and snowboarding experience or you want to enjoy action-packed summer adventures, we are here to guide and serve you. Contact us for additional booking information and details about our accommodation and service packages.
Excerpt from CNN Travel:
From Anchorage, a short float plane hop to Judd Lake reaches Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, a luxury retreat featuring two separate wilderness lodges, co-owned by 1994 Olympic downhill skiing champion Tommy Moe.
New for 2017
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, the longtime premier Alaska heli ski and outdoor adventure lodge is excited to announce an expansion project and Winterlake Lodge partnership for the 2018 Heli Skiing winter season.
Alaska Heli Skiing at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers a perfect basecamp for exploring some of the most spectacular heli skiing terrain in the world. Book your stay during the winter months for world-class Alaska heli skiing or Alaska heli snowboarding.
Explore one of Alaska’s largest and most geographically diverse mountain ranges with the most experienced team of operator and guides in Alaska.
With over 30 years of experience pioneering new descents and epic lines, our expert team of Alaskan heli ski guides share their secrets and deliver the ultimate skiing experience of a lifetime.
Spend the day heli skiing Alaska’s magnificent mountain terrain and come home to dine and relax at our warm and cozy heli ski lodge. Availability is limited Book now!
Snow & Terrain
Exciting Choices. Endless Options.
Flexible daily agendas, 1.2 million acres of Alaska heli ski terrain, and 600 inches of light snow each season mean the Tordrillo Mountains offer endless terrain options for the most diverse, exciting heli skiing and boarding terrain in the world. Our Alaska Heli skiing guides start each day assessing field observations, snow pit data, remote weather stations, and input from our pilots to choose the best drop spots for that day’s activities, based on skill level and interest.
Robb Report writes,
“When it comes to the ultimate winter playground, almost nothing compares in size and scope to Alaska—and Tordrillo Mountain Lodge (co-owned by Olympic gold medalist Tommy Moe) is your boutique base camp in the last frontier. Accessing 1.2 million acres and the 600 annual inches of snow found in the Tordrillo range, the lodge’s team of pilots and guides will get to premium powder while selecting sites suitable to your group’s skill level.”
Click here to see the rest of Robb Report’s write up on the lodge.
The Ultimate Alaskan Summer Adventure
We offer far more than just luxurious lodging services in a remote and scenic setting; we prepare a variety of outdoor activities to keep you busy and active throughout your vacation. Visit Tordrillo Mountain Lodge this summer and discover the unparalleled outdoor experiences the Alaskan Tordrillo Mountains have to offer such as Alaska helicopter fishing, hiking and rafting. Explore these remote mountains and rivers with your family, your friends, and our experienced Alaskan outdoor adventure guides.
Kings & Corn
We know we’re not supposed to pick favorites, but after 15 years of skiing corn snow in the morning and fishing for king salmon at night, it is pretty difficult not to love Kings and Corn.
Cast and carve your way through the day with summer heli skiing plus guided fly-in fishing for the legendary Alaska king salmon at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, Alaska. With the June midnight sun, the action doesn’t stop unless you want it to. All of Kings and Corn’s adventures are just a short heli ride from the front door of Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, perched at the headwaters of the prolific Talachulitna River.