37° 39.09' , -110° 10.254'
x 80 ft
Rwy 32 Uphill 1.7%
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Information updated May 13, 2021 @ 7:41pm
Repaired windsock. Some runoff and erosion on centerline of strip from recent rains. Landing past the road intersection is still the best section of runway. The erosion there is less than a couple inches.
For the most part, the runway was in great shape. As previous reports have stated, a road intersects the runway effectively splitting it into thirds. The southern third below the road is becoming more overgrown and has a deep washout area from a previous rain storm. The Northern two thirds are in great condition. There are small clumps of grass on the runway which was fairly firm considering the the temps that the area has been experiencing. Overall, a great strip to check out. You will definitely feel the 1.7% slope. I recommend a minimum tire size of 8.00 x 6 going into this one due to the grass clumps.
Clump grasses made it surprisingly bumpy. Next time I’ll reduce pressure in the tires. Erosion not bad on last 2/3 of Rwy 30, lower 1/3 strip to east(not recommended) has significant erosion on the south edge. Take off tail wind came up fairly quickly. Thanks for the sock!
Repaired windsock. GTG. The secret is out on the cliff dwellings and camping east of the airstrip. We saw multiple vehicles and day hikers crossing the runway throughout the day. This means use extra caution for the deepening ruts, however we had no problems crossing road and using the south end for camping. The runway is in great shape still maybe a little soft from the spring frost but ok for most type aircraft. The grass is causing some erosion and could use a little TLC soon. Fire ring in good shape, no cell coverage.