|Posted by blackhawk|
Those who aren't acclimated to altitudes of 8000 ft and over can fall victim.
At 10K feet the effects low air pressure become more noticeable and the risk of altitude sickness increase greatly.
|Posted by Abandonment_Traveler|
Living in the mile-high city, I have never experienced any sort of altitude sickness traveling in the Rockies. However, I do agree that a tank of O2 is a great idea.
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