TORDRILLO MOUNTAIN LODGE
The newly renovated Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in Anchorage offers multi-sport, ultimate Alaska adventures, complemented with remote, rustic-modern lodges, private cabins, and luxury lifestyle amenities. Named for the Tordrillo Mountain Range, known for its world-class ski terrain and weather trends, owners Olympic gold medalist and guide Tommy Moe, and Alaskan heli-ski pioneer Mike Overcast, redefined big mountain adventure with heli-skiing when they began offering the trips that introduced this untouched region to the world.
Since then, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge has expanded, offering summer and winter wilderness adventures for all abilities in the Tordrillo and Alaska Mountain Ranges. The redesigned main lodge offers a completely transformed summertime guest experience to complement their famous winter heli-skiing program. Construction improvements include five new chalets built with sustainably harvested four-sided log, an expanded yoga, and fitness studio and the first via ferrata (fixed steel cable climbing route) in Alaska.
Just a 40-minute flight from Anchorage, Alaska, on the banks of the Talachulitna River and on Judd Lake, the remote Tordrillo Mountain Lodge complex is within eyeshot of two 11,000-foot volcanoes and Denali, North America’s tallest peak. From the minute the floatplane arrives, professionally trained staff customizes the Tordrillo Mountain Lodge experience to all interests and abilities.
Thrill-seeking guests of all abilities can experience endless summer activities to explore the rugged and beautiful Alaskan wilderness from helicopter accessed fat tire mountain biking, world-class fishing, kayaking, canoeing, white water rafting, and glacier hiking to wake surfing, waterskiing, wildlife viewing, and Northern Lights observation. The extensive river system around the lodge is home to all of the Pacific salmon species, as well as rainbow trout, Arctic char, and grayling. Tordrillo Mountain Lodge’s remote location provides what feels like private water, accessed by helicopter directly or by floating in rafts inflated on-site at a backcountry river. Guest activities and itineraries are tailored to each group’s desires - from the menu to the adventure.
The recently-renovated flagship main lodge offers full- service, luxury amenities, and rustic-modern, Alaska architecture. Adjacent to private cabins and lakeside retreats, the 5,600-square-foot log structure features dramatic walls of windows and three large cedar decks that overlook Judd Lake and the Alaska Range.