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Idaho Airstrip Network

The Idaho Airstrip Network is a group of airstrip owners including the U.S. Forest Service, BLM, Idaho Fish and Game, the Idaho Division of Aeronautics and a few private owners, along with several nonprofit aviation groups including the Idaho Aviation Association, Idaho Aviation Foundation and the Recreational Aviation Foundation, and other entities that have an interest in aviation such as Idaho Outfitters and Guides and the Idaho Department of Commerce.

The group is held together by a Memorandum of Understanding and is managed by a steering committee and a part-time coordinator.

Highlighted airstrips include Pilot Reports.

Airstrip Classification Matrix PDF

Airstrip Notes:

Willy Acton, USFS, reports that Shearer and Moose Creek are dried out and fully open. More info on those airstrip pages. He also reports that Fish Lake is still snow covered (May 1). Mike Pearson and Daniel Zaccanti have filed reports on Magee (April 29 and May 4)). Rogersburg State is closed until further notice. Jerry Branning reports on Cayuse Creek with pictures (April 15). Bill Ables has filed a report on the recent work party at Pittsburg Landing (April 3). Pilot Report on and pictures of Salmon Bar from Jerry Branning (March 14). Recommended Standard Operating Procedures can be found for Johnson Creek, Big Creek, Garden Valley and Cavanaugh Bay under "Management Plan" on those airstrip pages. If you have questions or comments about this web site, contact IAN coordinator Larry Taylor at (208) 484-2153

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This information has been compiled from a number of sources and is for recreational purposes only, not to be used for navigation. The status of airstrip facilities, conditions, available services, ownership, and managers is constantly changing. The Idaho Aviation Association assumes no responsibility for incomplete or inaccurate information contained herein. For a detailed weather briefing call 1-800-992-7433 (1-800-WX BRIEF).

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