The runway is a mixed bag. Landing 17, the first 350’ is soft/mud; then the next section upto the helo pads (seen brown on the approach photo) is rocky with 2-6” rocks; next up is deep ruts and soft mud upto the windsock. The final (uphill) section is fine. Overall, the runway is a narrow single track, with unseen hazards lurking in the weeds either side. Land long and stay on track, it’s fine. Depart downhill on 35 and most will be airborne before the tricky stuff.