Lodging Details
Just 40 minutes from Anchorage via floatplane, the Lodge sits on the bank of the beautiful Judd Lake and outlet of the Talachulitna River. The remote lodge has panoramic views of the Tordrillo Mountain range, as well as two 11,000-foot volcanoes and Mt. McKinley, America’s tallest peak at 20,320 feet. The 5,600-square-foot Lodge itself has all the amenities and comforts for your Alaskan vacation and will serve as your haven after a long day of fishing the remote rivers and streams of the area. The Lodge is equipped with a full bar with local beers on tap, an “Alaskan-style” hot tub, a large dining area, a lounge, and beautiful surroundings to explore when you are back from your daily excursions. Each two-bedroom is equipped with a private bathroom, hot shower, and comfortable bedding and sheets.

Food and Beverages
All meals at Tordrillo are prepared by a world-class chef and staff who cater to your needs each day. Breakfast consists of fresh fruits, pastries, hot dishes, international coffees, and teas to get you going before your day. Lunches in the field include homemade soups, gourmet sandwiches, snacks, and treats to keep you going until dinner. The Lodge’s “field-to-table” approach means menus are prepared with fresh herbs and produce from the garden, Alaskan seafood, regional game dishes, and courses that leave you full and ready for the next day on the water. The Lodge is happy to accommodate specialty diets if notified in advance. 

Typical Length of Stay
Trips of any length can be arranged during your stay with Tordrillo Mountain Lodge. Guests should plan on arriving in Anchorage the day prior to your trip start date with T.M.L. to catch the early morning charter flight to Judd Lake the following morning. For the Cast and Carve program, trip lengths are six-day packages through August before custom lengths begin through and the rest of the year.

Non-Angling Activities and Options
A true outdoor enthusiast’s dream, Tordrillo Mountain Lodge offers numerous options beyond its world-class fishing opportunities. Non-angling activities at the Lodge include heli-skiing (seasonal), heli-hiking, single day and overnight rafting trips, canoeing, stand-up paddleboarding, wildlife viewing, bird watching, and much, much more. The Lodge also has an “Alaskan Style” hot tub, sauna, massage services, and a great lounge to relax and watch movies when you are back from your daily activities.

Internet / Communications
Internet access is available during your stay and cell phones will not work during your visit.