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One of the great attractions of Alaska is its remoteness and its vast wild regions. There are plenty of lodges in the wilderness to stay at, but for an even more wild experience, go off the beaten track and stay at an off-the-grid Alaskan lodge. The Alaskan hinterland is often difficult to access as there are few roads; most of the time, remote access is via float plane.

The Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is an adventurer's dream and is a luxury sports-focused lodge. While the most popular and accessible national park in Alaska is Denali - there are so many other mesmerizing places to explore in Alaska. If one likes the grand outdoors, then one will get lost exploring the endless outdoor wonders of Alaska.


Tordrillo Mountain Lodge - The Ultimate Alaskan Backcountry Lodge

The Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is a remote, multi-sport, luxury lodge nestled in the heart of the Tordrillo Range. It is a 40-minute flight from the main Alaskan city of Anchorage and offers year-round attractions.

  • Getting There: 40 Minute Flight From Anchorage
  • Type: Luxury Sports Lodge

For those who would like to get out and explore more of the Alaskan wilderness, one can hire an Alaskan Float Plane. Choose from a range of trip options and itineraries - get out and explore Katmai, that's home to moose, bears, and caribou.

The Tordrillo Mountain Lodge boasts newly renovated accommodations, including private cabins, the Winterlake Lodge, Moose Hall, and Judd Lake Lodge.

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Seasonal Activities In The Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

During the summer, the days are long, and the landscapes are characterized by wildflowers and lush forests. Go hiking and be in wonder with the glaciers, mountains, and more.

The lodge offers a full range of sports that cater to families, first-timers, and the experienced alike. Sporting options include:

  • Fishing
  • Whitewater Rafting
  • Glacier Hikes
  • Alpine Hikes
  • Helicopter Tours
  • Kayaking, Canoeing, & Other Water Sports

Go in the winter, and the landscapes are transformed, and the Lodge is a home base for winter adventures in the Alaskan backcountry. They are surrounded by terrain that receives 600 inches of light snow every winter season.

Activities in the winter include:

  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Fat Tire Biking on Their 20 km of Groomed Trails
  • Ice Fishing
  • Taking A
  • Heli Skiing & Heli Boarding
  • Sporting Clays Shooting
  • Yoga & Massage Therapy
  • Cold Plunges In The Frozen Lake

Additionally, they offer their Kings & Corn activities. This is the only month when it is possible to go fishing for king salmon at night in the Talachulitna River after a day of summer heli-skiing.

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Tordrillo Mountain Lodge Accommodation

There is plenty of lodge accommodation to choose from.

Main Lodge & Adjacent Cabins

The Main Lodge has three stories and is a rustic Alaskan log structure. It was recently renovated in 2017 and is equipped with its own copper hot tub and sauna. It overlooks Judd Lake and the Alaska Range.

  • Available: Winter, Summer & Kings & Corn
  • Capacity: 12 Guests
  • Bedrooms: 6 Bedrooms
  • Other: 500-Bottle Wine Cellar

Week Long Package:

  • Shared: $17,500 per person
  • Private: $210,000

There are cabins for two guests adjacent to the Main Lodge. These have a luxury one-bedroom and have two twins or one king-size bed with a full bathroom. They have a lounge and a glass fireplace.

  • Available: Winter, Summer & Kings & Corn
  • Capacity: 2 Cabins / 2 Guests

Judd Lake Lodge

The Judd Lake Lodge is 4,600 square feet of beautiful hardwoods and stainless steel. It is only available in the winter season and accommodates up to eight guests. The private lodge has large bedrooms, each with private baths. The lodge comes with a fully stocked bar with a great wine list.

It also has professional massage services, a world-class chef, and a wood-fired hot tub.

  • Available: Winter
  • Capacity: 8 Guests
  • Bedrooms: 4 Bedrooms
  • Other: Fully Stocked Bar

Week Long Package:

  • Shared: $17,500 per person
  • Private: $140,000

Moose Hall

Finally, they have their Moose Hall, which has two private cabins, each with two bedrooms. There is a communal lodge for dining and activities.

  • Capacity: 8 Guests
  • Bedrooms: 4 Bedrooms
  • Other: Fully Stocked Bar

For more information on pricing and quotes, refer to their reservations page.