This is a sloped strip on a pile of shale rocks. In no wind conditions it is preferable to land uphill and to the North, but with wind and good brakes this strip can be landed downhill no problem. Beware of downdrafts on approach. The edge of the strip immediately drops off in a 150 foot cliff face.
This is an old gold mining strip. The mine compound is loacted across the valley in a joining canyon. There is an abandoned cabin and some equipment down there. It's a good 1.5 mile hike across various terrain. There are bears in the vicinity so be sure you have protection if you're going to hike.
No ID 151
Lat: 67.36970800000 , Long: -160.42098600000 - ALASKA, USA