The Mile Hi airstrip is located in the Idaho backcountry about 25 miles northeast of Johnson Creek (3U2) on a rather steep mountain top. The Idaho Forest Service has designated this airstrip for emergency use only because of its condition and location. To successfully land an airplane there requires special skills as it is very short, steep, challenging, and not very forgiving of any mistakes. Mile High airstrip is primarily limited by pilot ability and not really by aircraft and equipment. Will you take this challenge?
Location: Idaho, USA
Identifier: I97D (fictional)
Elevation: 5798 feet
Runway: 19/1 (Landing RWY19, takeoff RWY1)
Runway slope: About 20%
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