“One of the best ways to really experience the Alaska of your dreams is to stay at a backcountry lodge. These far-flung locales offer a deeper connection to nature and give travelers a glimpse into an increasingly rarefied Alaska. And, despite usually being out of cell phone reception, you won’t exactly be roughing it — these destinations marry one-of-a-kind experiences with some serious personal pampering” says Bailey Berg, Travel and Leisure editor.
On Feed Media client Tordrillo Mountain Lodge she shares:
“Sure, Tordrillo has an epic winter program, with heli-skiing and snowboarding in deep, perfect powder on completely untracked mountains, but you’d be remiss to think it’s just a cold weather destination.
The spacious main lodge and the two private cabins make for a luxurious year-round basecamp that’s just a 40-minute flight from Anchorage. In the summer, some of the activities adventurers can opt for include whitewater rafting, alpine hikes, Via Ferrata climbing, and heli-biking. At the end of the day, the 500-bottle wine cellar, lakeside dining room, and copper hot tub don’t disappoint.”
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