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39° 46.638' , -110° 19.092'
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Information updated February 4, 2023 @ 1:32pm
Visible but pretty overgrown. Road runs along the edge of some of it and crosses the strip midway. Would need quite a bit of work but does have road access.
Looked bad enough from the air I didn’t dare land even with shocks & 35” Bushwheels.
Flew over a couple times, couldn’t see anything more than a dirt road that looked to have a solid smooth surface, but was narrow with potential for wing strike on the north side. Probably would work for someone with a better plane, better skills, and bigger cajones but I passed and probably won’t be back until I see some other info.
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