Located 30 miles apart, the two remote fly-in lodges in the Tordrillo Mountains have combined efforts to offer guests seven-night packages that access the northern region of the Alaska Range, considered one of the most beautiful areas for heli-skiing in the world.
Limited to only eight guests per week, the ski packages include 10 hours of helicopter use, two Tordrillo Mountain Lodge guides, private cabins at Winterlake Lodge, all meals from the kitchen of award-winning chef Kirsten Dixon, and air transfers from Anchorage. Guests can also make use of the hot tub and sauna, yoga classes, massage treatments, and the fully stocked bar at the Winterlake.
Chef Dixon, also the co-owner of Winterlake Lodge, said of the partnership with Tordrillo, ““Our lodges share values of sustainability and preservation of the natural world around us, as well as a commitment to high guest service standards. Working in partnership with Tordrillo Mountain Lodge strengthens our ability to serve as stewards of the Tordrillo Mountains and share this part of the world with guests seeking Alaska’s backcountry adventures.”
Mountain Lodge was founded and owned by Alaska heli-ski operator Mike Overcast and Olympic gold medal skier Tommy Moe, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge operates with a skilled team of guides that expertly lead you through the 1.5 million acres of wilderness. “Tommy and I began exploring the Tordrillos from Winterlake Lodge 20 years ago. This is where it all began for us,” Overcast said. “This mountain range offers seemingly endless possibilities for our guests, and we’re eager to continue pushing into new terrain.”
The package includes alternative activities for you to choose from, like cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and dog mushing. The rate is $13,500 per person.