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I watched this video the other day as well. Looks like a great place, very secluded. I think it may be a private country club kind of area so landing there is probably limited to those part of the club. Nonetheless fun approach in my opinion.
 

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I'm lucky enough to call this wild strip of Mountain flying home. Airstrip is at Mountain Air Country Club (2NC0) in Burnsville, NC.
And only after I post do I read your information, I'm dumb, but hey at least I was right.
 

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Also, check out Howell Hammond's channel. He lives in one of those houses you see overlooking the runway in the picture Aimee posted. You might have to scroll through a little bit (he likes filming local wildlife and other things), but he has a prime vantage point for some cool landings, takeoffs, and military flybys.

Kanal von howellhammond - YouTube
 

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Gah! I want that house so bad! Airpark houses are some of my dream homes. Ones with a hanger attached to the house! lol

Does this strip have service station, or avgas available? Also, is a PPL all you need to fly there? I would really like to stop by some time in the spring!
 

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Does this strip have service station, or avgas available? Also, is a PPL all you need to fly there? I would really like to stop by some time in the spring!
No services available, but Asheville Regional Airport (KAVL) is approx 5-10 min flight away with full service FBO. Mountain Air requires prior permission for landing. PM me if you're interested. Runway is 2,875ft and 50ft wide. Largest plane we have had in is a Citation V, but we usually suggesting nothing larger than a CJ2
 
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