Alaska Heli-Skiing

Long, glaciated ski runs located on Alaska’s rugged and remote Coast range.

Escape into the Tordrillo Mountain Range in order to experience some of the most exciting heli skiing in Alaska. Tordrillo Mountain lodge is a remote heli ski lodge deep in the Tordrillo Mountain Range. With views of Mount Mckinley, the tallest mountain in North America. Tordillo Lodge has 1.2 million acres of heli ski terrain in the Alaskan Range providing endless heli ski options. The amount and diversity of the heli ski terrain at Tordrillo Lodge is unparalleled to other Alaskan heli skiing operations. From steep couloirs, to perfect glacier skiing, to the 11,413 ft Mount Torbert volcano, there is a little bit of everything. Come explore Alaska’s ultimate winter playground at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge.

Your Destination


Tordrillo Mountain Lodge has access to 1.2 million acres of skiable terrain. This provides endless amounts of terrain options for a variety of different types of skiers and boarders. Whether you are looking for wide open alpine bowls or steep couloirs Tordrillo Mountain Lodge will find the terrain that best fits your skiing ability. The Tordrillo Mountain Range is known for consistent snowfall (600 inches per year) and generally stable weather which allow for great heli skiing conditions. The panorama views of the Alaskan Range including Denali (The highest peak in North America) makes the heli skiing and boarding even more spectacular. With runs averaging 3,000 ft your legs will be burning by the end of the day!


Tordrillo Mountain Lodge uses A-Star helicopters, which are known for their power and speed. Making it the perfect helicopter for heli skiing. These helicopters hold 4 guests and 1 guide. There is a maximum of 3 groups at one time. The small groups allow for better movement through the mountains as well as maximizing your skiing time!

  • Location:

    Mountain Range: Tordrillo Mountains

  • Program:

    February -April

    7 Days

  • Group Size:

    4 Guests / 1 Guide

    1-3 Groups / Heli

  • Terrain

    Tenure: 1.2 million acres

    Vertical: 900-2,000 meters (2,500-6,000 feet per run)

  • Alaska Heli-Skiing at its best