The only remaining backcountry airfield in Death Valley National Park, commonly called Chicken Strip, has been officially authorized, removing any question about its legal use by visitors.  The unpaved California strip, officially named the Saline Valley Warm Springs Airfield, is well-known among recreational pilots for its dramatic desert scenery and challenges to pilots of small aircraft, according to the National Park Service. The landing strip’s ongoing use had been a ...

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