Kings and Corn – Session One

It’s harvest time in the Tordrillo Mountains, folks. And when we say harvest, we mean corn harvest. With blue skies, warm day time temperatures and plenty of snow left up high, it’s the perfect time for skiing spring corn snow. Naturally, we hit the water for some king salmon fishing when our legs are tired from too many turns to complete the perfect Alaskan multi-sport day. Our first Kings and Corn session of the spring has come and gone. And couldn’t be more stoked on the weather, conditions and activities we had lined up for our guests. Wondering what you’re missing out on? Here’s a look at how the week went. From skiing and fishing to champagne brunches and tasty meals, Kings and Corn session one was one to remember.

Kings and Corn Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Does anything pair better with corn skiing than Nutella? We think not.

Kings and Corn Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Your Kings and Corn chariot coming in hot for the pick up.

Kings and Corn Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Chef Brendan Nolan putting the finishing touches on another tasty culinary creation.

Kings and Corn Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Fact: Waking up to this view of the Tordrillo Mountains never gets old.

Kings and Corn Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

K2 skis? Check. Heli? Check. Time for some corn skiing.

Kings and Corn Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Gear our guides use – Marmot Minimalist Jacket.

Kings and Corn Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Keeping it classy with an on-snow champagne brunch.

Kings and Corn Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Slashing spring corn.

 

Makes you want to join us for Kings and Corn next spring, huh? Book your trip now.