TORDRILLO MOUNTAIN LODGE
Heli Skiing & Summer Adventure
Just a 40-minute flight from Anchorage, Alaska, on the banks of the Talachulitna River and their own Judd Lake, the remote Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers multi-sport, ultimate Alaska adventures, complemented with remote, rustic-modern lodges, private cabins, and luxury lifestyle amenities. Famous for their epic heli skiing, their new summer adventures include lake water sports, fat-tire biking and Alaska's first via ferrata.
"If daytime explorations are more appealing, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge—fresh off a multimillion-dollar renovation—now includes the state’s only via ferrata (protected climbing route) and heli-biking trails."
"Last summer, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, an off-the-grid Alaskan adventure base, somehow managed to get even more off the grid. The lodge invested in a heli-rack that can fly four fat-tire bikes deep into the backcountry."
The five-star resort open for summer and winter experiences offers an array of luxury amenities and lodging options, including the first Via Ferrata in Alaska,
heli skiing, gourmet cuisine prepared by private chefs and a curated
wine list from a 500-bottle cellar.
Judd Lake, Alaska
Starting at $7,500 pp for 3 nights
Lodges, Cabins, House Retreats, 32 ppl
For one month in June you can ski corn snow in the morning and fish for king salmon at night, it’s pretty difficult to not love Kings and Corn.
Olympic gold medalists in down hill skiing, Tommy Moe, is one of the co- founders who wanted to share his passion for the outdoors in the stunning Alaskan wilderness
TML is committed to reducing their carbon footprint by utilizing an organic garden, reducing single use plastics and have constructed chalets using sustainably harvested timber.
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge will open in July for the 2022 summer season with new family programming that offers unique opportunities to explore the great outdoors and learn new skills. Camp TML will be available for kids ages 8-16 and will provide a chance to experience endless adventure activities from world-class fishing and Alaska’s first and only Via Ferrata