Courtesy of XBradTC, we find this video clip of a Britten-Norman Islander twin-engined light aircraft landing at a remote game lodge in Idaho. According to the company that posted it, the strip is at an altitude of about 2,700 feet above sea level, and has a usable distance of about 1,200 feet. Watch the video (and the next one) in full-screen mode for best results.
Curious, I went to the YouTube channel of the company operating the plane, and found they had another one of the same plane taking off from the same strip.
The company has several other interesting flying videos on its YouTube channel. They remind me of bush flying in Africa - strips in the middle of nowhere, often with a bend (or two, or three, or . . . ) in the middle, surrounded by all sorts of things you really didn't want to hit on your way in or out.