Just a 40-minute flight from Anchorage, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is a remote, multi-sport, luxury lodge in the heart of the Tordrillo Range where outdoor adventures by day give way to world-class accommodations at night. Whether you’re carving fresh tracks on a remote mountain or finding a quiet corner on the deck to take it all in, the trip of a lifetime begins here.
Ready for deep powder, pristine runs and some of the best big mountain terrain in the world? As the premiere and longest operating heli skiing lodge in Alaska, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers world-class heli skiing and snowboarding. An unparalleled alpine adventure is only a helicopter ride away.
In June and July, when Alaska gets up to 22 hours of daylight, visitors can cast and carve their way through the day under the midnight sun. Our Kings and Corn program gives guests the unique experience of heli skiing corn snow in the morning and fishing for the legendary Alaska king salmon at night.
Under a brilliant blue sky and a sun that ceases to set, summer adventures in the Tordrillo mountain range are as endless as the days. From heli fishing, hiking, and biking to water sports on crystal-clear Judd Lake, summer is the perfect season to bring the whole family for a bucket-list vacation.
Foil surfing, or foilboarding, is one of the newest and most exciting water sports. Perfect for getting up some speed (and adrenaline) on Judd Lake, riders hop on this all-electric board, with a silent motor, and glide through the water–no waves required! Beginners all the way to expert surfers will love this thrill as they explore the water on the world’s smallest personal watercraft.Learn More
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers unmatched accommodations, setting the bar for luxury in the Alaskan wilderness. From the Main Lodge—our newly renovated flagship lodge—to private cabins, Judd Lake Lodge, Moose Hall, and Winterlake Lodge, guests have their choice of exclusive accommodations. Whether you seek a private experience for a few close friends or want to be at the heart of the action, you’ll find it here.Learn More
At Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, we are as excited to be on the water as we are to be in the mountains. New for Summer, we’re pleased to announce the addition of eFoil Boarding Clinics to our watersports program. These LIFT electric-battery propelled foils are steered using Bluetooth hand controls. They’re both fun to operate and relatively easy to pick up with one-on-one instruction by our experienced guides. Come learn to fly with us!Learn More
There’s no better, safer, or more fun way to get your adrenaline pumping than our Via Ferrata—the first-ever in Alaska. 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 three to thirty feet and is a safe way to experience high mountain climbing. After a short helicopter ride, visitors scale 900 vertical feet for huge views of the Triumvirate Glacier and the Tordrillo Mountains.Learn More
“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.”
“Think of Kings & Corn as an over-the-top summer camp — a week-long Alaska heli-ski adventure that combines mornings of smooth skiing in corn snow with afternoons on the edge of Alaskan lakes and streams, fishing for 50-pound, hard-pulling and hard-biting king salmon.”
“Positioned at one of the most diverse mountain ranges in Alaska, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is a true bucket list destination for all sports enthusiasts.”
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is a place where meals are eaten around a large communal table, where guides break bread with guests and where decked out helicopters provide transportation to mountains, glaciers, and secluded fishing spots.
“On the shores of Judd Lake (just 40 minutes via seaplane from Anchorage) lies a heli-skiing experience like few others. With a recently-renovated luxurious lodge, new private cabins, and access to countless acres of Alaskan wilderness, almost every need has been accounted for.”