The praise for Alaska heli skiing at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge keeps rolling in. Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is proud to be named a top world heli ski destination by CNN. In the past two months the lodge has been included on several lists lauding it as one of the top heli skiing destinations in the world. Recently, CNN Travel has included the lodge in its article titled “11 of the World’s Best Heli-Ski Spots.” The article calls out the Tordrillos’ epic terrain, Denali views, and stable weather conditions as top reasons to book your next heli skiing trip to Tordrillo Mountain Lodge.
Excerpt from CNN Travel:
From Anchorage, a short float plane hop to Judd Lake reaches Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, a luxury retreat featuring two separate wilderness lodges, co-owned by 1994 Olympic downhill skiing champion Tommy Moe.
Tommy’s taxis fly people into 1.2 million acres of heli heaven in the shadow of North America’s highest peak, Denali (Mount McKinley), at 20,310 feet. The heavily glaciated Alaska Range is on a grand scale and offers endless terrain options to keep skiers challenged, with runs that top out at 7,500 feet and more stable weather than other Alaskan spots.
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