All Airstrip Reports
95% of the lake bed is flooded and covered in ice/mud/snow. A couple small spots to put a plane down on the edges. The dry spots were firm but anything dark or wet is sticky mud.
Gorgeous airstrip and lives up to its name! Cool miners cabin just south of the strip. Looking forward to catching the Muddy Creek after a big rain for some epic pack rafting from this spot.
CAUTION: Barbed wire fence across airstrip about halfway down the strip!! It's still possible to land with STOL capabilities. The airstrip itself is in decent shape but not a great location other than some rock formations that could be explored by foot about 1/2 mile to the SW of the strip.
I graded the west side of the strip about 3 months ago as I own this property now. The east side remains BLM property. The west side of the runway is lower and flooding drains silt to this side. (Very soft when wet). Working on getting a nice windsock installed and welcome any advice on brands and best processes for installation. I have a few hundred gallons of Jet fuel in the warehouse next to the runway if anyone gets in a bind and needs Jet A. You can find my contact info listed in the member section. Blue skies!