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Life In The Alaskan Wilderness

Just a 40-minute flight from Anchorage, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is a remote, multi-sport, luxury lodge in the heart of the Tordrillo Range. We're located on the banks of the Talachulitna River and Judd Lake, within eyeshot of two 11,000-foot volcanoes and Denali, North America’s tallest peak.

Start your day with a first decent with our Alaska heli-skiing programs. Find a quiet corner on the deck and take it all in. Cast a line from the lawn and hope for the bite. Feel inspiration set in while star gazing during the Aurora Borealis

Lakeside dining room

Luxury Lodge Accommodations

Experience the feeling of arriving home with rustic Alaskan wilderness lodge architecture. Revel at sweeping views of the rugged Alaska range through the lodge's walls of windows. Replay the day of salmon fishing or heli biking while unwinding in hot tub.

Tordrillo Mountain Lodge features modern architectural design, floor-to-ceiling windows with breathtaking views of the mountains, private chef, helicopter, and copper hot tub.

Via Ferrata NEW

Via Ferrata, Italian for “iron path”, is a steel cable climbing route affixed to a mountainside. The cable is taut and secured to the mountain face every 3-30 ft and are a safe way to experience high mountain climbing.

Completely safe and requires no prior experience

We provide harnesses, climbing shoes, lanyards, and helmets.

All guests undergo a safety briefing with a trained guide

Winter 2020 is Open For Booking.

Spaces are filling quickly after a great 2019 season! Submit an inquiry for current availability.

Lindsay Andersen heli skiing powder in the Tordrillo Mountains of Alaska.

Testimonials

“When it comes to the ultimate 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.”

- Robb Report