Angel Point | Utah Back Country Pilots Association

Angel Point

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Airstrip Info

Frequency 122.90
Elevation 5287 ft
Lat/Long 38.3255, -110.4353
38° 19.53' , -110° 26.118'
Runway 11/29 3500 ft x 30 ft
Dirt
Ownership SITLA (NW) / BLM (SE)

Amenities

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Description: Angel Point is a widened county road that's hilly surface prevents you from being able to see one end from the other. Angel Point is one of the three back country airstrips included in the State's "FLY UTAH Passport Program". To learn more, head to their website. Rudimentary parking area at south end of north/south runway.

Runway: 3500 ft long x 30 ft wide hard dirt runway with rolling hills along the length of the landing surface.

Additional Runway: 1800 ft long x 30 ft wide running 03/21. Crosswind runway suitable for high performance STOL aircraft only.

Approach Considerations: Due to its nature, recommend pilots be cautious of vehicle traffic. Typically land to the north, depart to the south. Strongly suggest that on arrival an inspection of the landing surface plus a view for any vehicle traffic approaching from the east as sloped runway can hide distant traffic travelling on landing surface.

Amenities: No

Windsock: Yes

Roy Evans II
1 year ago in a PA11 with 800x6 tires

Windsock was replaced. Runways / roads in great condition.

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Vlad Karpayev
1 year ago in a RV9A

Runway in good condition can handle small wheels. Leave wheel fairings at home.

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Gary Hilley
2 years ago in a Super Cub with 31 tires

Good shape, wind sock is shredded.

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Michael Mayra
2 years ago in a Maule with 31 tires

Appeared as if both runways had been graded recently. Great condition.

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Michael Mayra
2 years ago in a Maule with 8.50 tires

Both runways are in good condition. Landed East/west and the hill in the middle is a nice natural brake. Takeoff from the top of the hill allows for plenty of additional energy in either direction. Slightly rising terrain to the east so I elected for take off to west.

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