1. Our lodge has endless adventures.
As the Matador Network states, “Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers an endless number of adventures for everyone in your family.” From via ferrata, to glacier hikes, to whitewater rafting, there’s an adventurous activity to suit everyone.
2. During the summer you can pack in as many activities as you’d like.
In June and July Alaska gets up to 22 hours of daylight giving you so much time for activities.
3. We have the ultimate heli-skiing experience.
Sotheby’s said, “Tordrillo Mountain Lodge lures adventurers with its heli-skiing and other hair-raising pursuits.”
4. We want our guests to feel like they get value from their stay.
In Conde Nast Traveler, our owner Mike Overcast said, “What’s important to us is that people feel that they get value, and that really comes out with the comments at the end of the trip…”
5. Our remote, Alaskan lodge offers the ultimate food & wine program.
When AFAR mentioned the lodge it said it comes “complete with 500-bottle wine cellar and tasting-menu meals that are the ideal après-outdoors indulgence.”
6. Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is ideal for experiential summer vacations.
The podcast Travel That Matters said, “During summers, the lodge is an ideal base for fishing, rafting, and adventures by via ferrata—a mountain network system that, as Moe explains, opens up the thrills of rock climbing to people of all skill levels.”
7. We have a one-of-a-kind culinary experience with 5-star chefs.
Eat This, Not That said, “Each June Tordrillo Mountain Lodge invites guests to take part in fly-fishing under the midnight sun for Alaskan king salmon. After you’ve caught your fish the chef at the lodge prepares it to eat for you as you wine and dine on other Alaskan delicacies. You will never experience that anywhere else.”
8. We’re truly a bucket list destination.
Conde Nast Traveler recently said Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is “a bucket list destination where days are filled with heli-skiing on untracked powder, hiking in the foothills of the sublime Tordrillo Mountain Range, and fishing in the secluded Lake Judd.”