37° 51.24' , -110° 17.928'
x 12 ft
Rwy 19 Uphill 1.7%
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Information updated May 13, 2021 @ 7:27pm
Description: Near the National Park Boundary to the north, Brown's Rim offers a spectacular view of Cataract Canyon via a short hike.
Runway: 1300 ft long x 12 ft wide two-track dirt road that is predominantly soft sand.
Approach Considerations: No unique hazards other than being short and soft.
Nice strip with good views of the Colorado River nearby. Landing is best on the eastern side of the runway as on the western side it has been slightly rutted out with two track from vehicles. Looks like possible camping on the northern end of the runway, but the area is fairly flat all around. Noticeable slope in the runway up to the south. Here's a video of scouting the strip, doing one test touch, and then finally landing: https://photos.app.goo.gl/cZ4xBUTuvNjChC3e6
Landed/took-off on grass section to east side of the two track. Smooth enough with no large brush, rocks, or dips noted even with 8.00 mains and stock tail wheel. Slants uphill when facing south. Sorry not sure how to remove the extra irrelevant image.
Didn’t stop but rolled the surface next to The two track. Seemed to be plenty smooth for big tires. Not sure I’d land with 8.50s or smaller. The two track appeared to be a better option for that.
Landing strip with some tiny bushes. Check out for a good touch down area. Next to the road is best.
The strip is very narrow, so you have to land on and stay in the wheel marks. No parking or camping area noted. Otherwise matches the Fly Utah! data.