Imagine your favorite lake activities set in a picturesque setting—that’s what is in store for you when you visit Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in the summer. With the especially long daylight hours, watersports are a fantastic summer highlight to add to your Alaskan family vacation. Enjoy lake activities like canoeing, wake surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, wakeboarding, foil boarding, and more—all included in your stay at our one-of-a-kind lodge.
Get ready to do just about anything you’ve dreamed of in Alaska, from water skiing, to SUPing, and more.
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is located on the banks of both the rushing waters of Talachulitna River and the peaceful waters of Judd Lake. Within eyeshot of both bodies of water are two 11,000-foot volcanoes and Denali, North America’s tallest peak. Judd Lake is a gorgeous body of water that provides a great location for fishing, wildlife viewing, birding, and of course, watersports.
There’s something for everyone on Judd Lake. At Tordrillo Mountain lodge, we have kid-friendly activities like swimming, canoeing, inflatable kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding, and for the more adventurous, wakeboarding, wakesurfing, foilboarding, and more. All watersports are included in our reservation rate. All of the lake-based activities and river activities are an ideal experience for families and first-timers alike and are included with every Tordrillo Mountain Lodge reservation. Come enjoy the water with us!
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge provides all equipment and instruction needed for all of our lake activities. Watersports safety is practiced at all times and our expert guides are happy to share their knowledge with you and your young ones. Additionally, if your activity of choice involves swimming, we provide wetsuits and drysuits for all sizes.
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“It’s crazy that at Tordrillo at this time of year, it is light at 10:00 p.m. The magic hour starts close to midnight, as the light softens and a surreal glow bathes the Alaskan peaks. Your connection to nature is intensified as you share ski turns, laughter and maybe even a glass of Dom Perignon or a Macallan 30-year-old whisky while seated on a mountain peak with friends.”
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