Heli Skiing and Snowboarding in Alaska | Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Heli Skiing and Snowboarding in Alaska

The premiere and longest operating heli skiing lodge in Alaska, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers world-class heli skiing and snowboarding packages for an unparalleled alpine adventure. Imagine endless terrain, inspiring steeps, and colossal vertical feet. Whether you’re an intermediate powder skier or boarder or an absolute expert, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge’s highly trained guides will help you take your Alaska skiing to the next level and provide access to the most exciting heli skiing spots in Alaska.

Heli Skiing at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

See what it’s like to carve your way down pristine runs in the Alaska backcountry.


Heli Skiing Packages

When you choose our heli skiing and snowboarding packages, you’re choosing an award-winning experience. CNN named Tordrillo a Top World Heli Ski Destination, and we were awarded the Top 10 Best Heli Ski Adventures by the Robb Report. The winter season runs from mid-February through late April, Kings & Corn goes early June through early July, and our summer adventure packages start in July. Packages start at $15,000 per guest.

Dates & Rates

All Packages Include:

  • Transportation from Anchorage International Airport to Hotel Captain Cook

  • One double occupancy room night at Hotel Captain Cook the evening prior to your reservation

  • Round Trip Flight between Anchorage and Tordrillo Mountain Lodge or Winterlake Lodge

  • Arrival Saturday, departure Saturday

  • 7 nights lodging at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge or Winterlake Lodge

  • 7 days of heli adventures

  • Safety equipment & ski/snowboard demos

  • Gourmet meals

  • 5 Hobbs hours per group of 4 clients


Package Extras:

  • Bar

  • Massage

  • Retail

  • Gratuity

  • Additional flight time (charged $5,500 per flight hour for each group of 4 guests)

Snowboarding just one of the hundreds of runs offered in the winter

Snow & Terrain

The Tordrillo Mountains offer some of the most diverse and exciting helicopter skiing and snowboarding terrain in the world, with over 1.2 million acres of terrain and 600 inches of snow each season. Runs top out at 7,500 feet and end at 2,000 feet with panoramic views of Denali and volcanic summits. Each day, our heli ski guides and pilots make field observations and review snow pit data and remote weather stations to choose the best spots for the day’s activities.

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Guides, Gear & Safety

The ultimate powder experience begins with the guides. The seasoned Alaska heli skiing guides at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge are among the most accomplished, experienced and safe mountain and skiing professionals in all the world. Each of our heli skiing guides has at least 15 years of experience with hundreds of Alaska heli skiing runs cataloged in the Tordrillo Mountains. They have a keen awareness of the constantly changing environment and how to mitigate potential hazards, as well as top of the line avalanche rescue gear.

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A group of Tordrillo Mountain Lodge guides get ready for a day of heli skiing.


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What Others Are Saying

“I have had the opportunity to snowboard all around the world…and hands down there is no place like Alaska and no place like Tordrillo. Best mountains with some of the best guides anyone could ask for…The lodge is comfortable, the food delicious, the crew pro, and no words can describe the mountains they access. Tordrillo is my favorite place to ride.”

— Laird Hamilton

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