While you’re counting down the days until your trip of a lifetime begins, there are a few things you can do to prepare. Learn about how to get here, what to pack, and what a typical day looks like at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge.
Some folks might think that Alaska as a ski destination is just too far away. Those who have experienced Alaska and make the annual pilgrimage will tell you differently. From anywhere in the United States, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is easier and faster to get to than any of the great Canadian ski locations. Having Anchorage as our hub makes flight plans easy. From Ted Stevens International Airport, we are just a quick 45-minute flight to Judd Lake and the Tordrillo Mountain Lodge.
Whether this is your first trip to Alaska or your fiftieth, planning your packing list is both an art and science. We want to take the guesswork out of it for you, so we’ve put together a list of essentials that you’ll need for your trip to Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, plus a few other things you should consider, like insurance. But don’t worry about packing everything and the kitchen sink—we’ll provide you with some of the best heli-skiing, heli-boarding, and heli-fishing gear available.What to Bring
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers unmatched accommodations, setting the bar for comfort in the Alaskan wilderness. From the Main Lodge—our newly renovated flagship lodge, to private cabins, Judd Lake Lodge, Moose Hall, and Winterlake Lodge, guests have their choice of exclusive accommodations. Whether you seek a private experience for a few close friends or want to be at the heart of the action, you’ll find it here.Lodges & Amenities
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We’re so happy you’re considering visiting us here at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge. Here’s how you can book a trip:
Winter guests are met at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport and transferred to The Hotel Captain Cook for the night. On the morning of their trip’s start date, guests are met by TML staff at the hotel, driven to the ski plane site, and flown into the lodge. At the end of the week, clients are dropped off at the airport or their hotel after returning to Anchorage mid-day. Summer guests are met for their trip in downtown Anchorage by TML staff on their arrival day and transferred the float plane site, where they depart for the lodge. Guests then depart from the lodge in the morning of their departure day and arrive back in Anchorage mid morning.
We will help you get to the lodge in the event of changed or delayed flights. Additional unscheduled flights to the lodge from Anchorage may be charged to guests.
The Eurocopter AS 350-B3 (A-Star) helicopter, known for its power, speed, and agility, is the foundation of our air fleet. For transportation between the lodge and Anchorage, we use DeHavilland Beavers, and for remote scouting a Piper Super Cub is available. Learn more about our fleet.
Winter guests will be booked into the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage the night prior to departure to the lodge (included in their package). If guests arrive earlier or want to book a stay afterward, we can reserve additional nights at the Hotel Captain Cook (pending availability).
Ready to book a trip? Review our package options, dates of availability, and learn more about our lodges. After filling out our contact form, a reservation specialist will follow up with you shortly.Calendar and Package Options