COVID-19 Update | Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Travel With Confidence

How We’re Keeping Guests Safe

Tordrillo Mountain Lodge’s remote location, limited guest capacity, and stringent sanitation policies allow us to provide a low-risk alternative to other travel destinations. After a full summer season at full capacity without any COVID-19 cases, we are confident in offering the safest experience in Alaska for our 2021 winter heli ski season. Please check in with us if you have any questions. We hope that you are staying safe and healthy.

Before Your Stay

Before arriving in Alaska, make sure you’re prepared for the state-mandated protocols:

Take a PCR (nasal swab) COVID test 72 hours before arrival. The state of Alaska requires out-of-state travelers to bring proof of negative results from a PCR (nasal swab) COVID test taken in the past 72 hours.

Upload your negative result to the Alaska Travel Portal. If you’re still awaiting results, you will still need to upload proof of your test to the Alaska Travel Portal and quarantine until you receive your negative result.

Upon arrival at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, we will also ask for proof of your negative test. See a list of FDA approved home-collection tests approved by the state of Alaska below.

During Your Stay

Tordrillo Mountain Lodge guests should expect the same epic skiing and riding they’re used to with a few minor changes:

Separated Dining. We’ve spaced out dining tables and separated guests by groups to limit risk.

Masks in Aircraft. Without room to distance in the helicopters or ski planes, we require guests, guides and pilots to wear masks while in aircraft.

Rapid Testing Machine On Site. We’re in line to acquire rapid testing machines to regularly test our staff and any guests as needed. We’ve also added a portable fogging machine that enables us to sanitize entire rooms between guests, in addition to hand sanitizer stations and increased room cleaning protocols.

Remote and Isolated Location. Our staff live on-property and are fully quarantined before guests arrive (60 miles due west of Anchorage). We have low guest numbers (max of 12 guests per week in our largest lodge) and no co-mingling between lodges.

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In addition to these precautions, review our COVID-19 Operating Plan for a detailed outline of our daily procedures.

COVID-19 OPERATING PLAN