Dirty Devil | Utah Back Country Pilots Association

Dirty Devil

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Airstrip Info

Frequency 122.90
Elevation 4153 ft
Lat/Long 38.1734, -110.4454
38° 10.404' , -110° 26.724'
Runway 18/36 1200 ft x 18 ft
Sand
Rwy 36 Uphill 2.0%
Ownership BLM

Amenities

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Description: Dirty Devil sits on a raised flat-top mesa immediately east of the Dirty Devil River.

Runway: 1200 ft long x 18 ft wide runs the entire length of the mesa. Airstrip can be soft at certain times of the year.

Approach Considerations: Short runway with no safety overruns on either end. Recommend landing north and departing south due to slight uphill grade.

Amenities: None. Parking area at the northwest end of the landing surface can only accommodate 2-3 airplanes.

Windsock: None.

Marc Lassaux
3 months ago in a ICP Savannah S with 8.00-6 tires

The strip is in great condition and it was a great day for flying Utah Back Country.

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Marc Lassaux
6 months ago in a ICP Savannah S with 8.00-6 tires

All in great condition. Great area and fun strip. The petrified wood in this area is amazing.

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Jack Holt
8 months ago in a C-180 with 31 tires

Still all good! Really nice spot.

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William Lipscomb
9 months ago in a PA-18 with 31" tires

Everything looks good. Appears you could still raft the river!

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

Windsock was replaced. Parking area does have a few cacti around...please be careful!

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Camping at Dirty Devil

Added by Wendy Lessig 1 year ago

Camping at the Dirty Devil airstrip is an amazing experience. Since it is on a shelf within a canyon, the red rock cliffs are majestic in the dawn and sunset light. The dark skies make for brilliant stargazing. Beware of plentiful cactus and thorns when choosing a spot to pitch your tent.

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