Kings and Corn: Plan Your Summer Heli Skiing and Fishing Trip in Alaska
Summer heli skiing season at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in Alaska is in full swing, and the conditions for Kings and Corn are phenomenal. Alaska heli skiing guide Brad Cosgrove shares why he loves corn skiing, and pro skier Amie Engerbretson gives you an up close view of what it’s like to “rip corn” in one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in Alaska.
Summertime Heli Skiing in Alaska
Signing up for a Kings and Corn excursion is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience – especially in Alaska. Our guides perfectly time each session for the best skiing and fishing condition. You’ll embark on a thrilling heli skiing adventure down the mountain – just as the Alaskan terrain is turning into corn snow. Think of corn snow as a powder-like blanket that sends you through pure bliss of carving in and around turns on this buttery mountainside surface.
Cast a Line to Summer Fishing
With Kings and Corn, you get the best of two summer excursions. What would heli skiing be without heli fishing after?
With the passion and experience of our expert fishing guides, guests of all ages are invited to cast their lines in Alaska’s pristine fishing spots. Tordrillo’s knowledgeable guides customize each session to match current conditions to ensure guests are presented with top-notch (and exclusive) fishing opportunities. Reel in a variety of local fish, including King Salmon, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, and more.
Book Your Alaska Heli Skiing and Fishing Trip
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge’s Kings and Corn sessions fill up quickly, so you’ll want to book your trip about a year ahead of time. It is a trip of a lifetime and allows participants to experience the Alaskan Wilderness at a remote lodge where access is only by float plane and helicopter.