Pittsburg

Airport Identifier:

PIT

Elevation:

1179

Latitude:

45.625

Longitude:

-116.475

Two, short intersecting turf runways. 12/30 is 1050 X 75ft. 15/33 is 850 X 50ft. No camping facilities at the airstrip, but if you swim the river, there are developed camp sites at Pittsburg Landing on the Idaho side. This canyon-bottom airstrip can get very hot and turbulent in the summer.

Airstrip Features:

Classification:

Primitive Classification

Airstrips have basic navigational aids such as windsocks and runway markers and some limited user facilities. Typically located in remote settings but may be accessed by low-standard road.

Primary Runway:


Length:


Type:

Other

Stuck 'N Stay Emergency Accommodations

Member Name

Bill Ables

  541-263-1327
  [email protected]
  Enterprise

Plane Number

N2604D

Member Name

Tom Richardson

  509-448-7350
  [email protected]
  Valleyford
none

Airstrip Manager:

None

District:

#2 Lewis and Clark

District Director:

Bill Ables
541-263-1327
[email protected]

Observation Date: January 16, 2022

Flew into Pittsburg Landing and noted the windsock is pretty well shredded. Still providing some decent wind information but replacement should be considered soon.

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