Most Common Complaints at High Altitude
Inability to sleep
Activities at high altitude can be physically demanding. Skiing, Snowboarding, ice skating, snowmobiling in the winter and spring. Hiking, biking, white water rafting, horseback riding, hunting in the summer and fall require well rested individuals with clear minds to be at their best for the full enjoyment of their activity.
Nothing worse than a throbbing headache. They can be mild to extreme.
Shortness of breath
Some vacationers wake up in the middle of the night gasping for air or can’t seem to catch their breath during the day just from doing normal activities.
An overall feeling of exhaustion, usually do to lack of sleep
Nausea and vomiting
Extreme cases can lead to dehydration and could require an IV from the hospital.
Welcome to the first Oxygen Bar Internet Kiosk. Received enriched (moisturized) Oxygen while surfing the web. Check your Facebook status, read the newspaper and listen to music, or whatever you like, all while you are receiving your oxygen. There are four flavors of oxygen available: tea tree, lemon grass, lavender, and eucalyptus.
Aspen Emporium & Flying Circus
Lone Star Sports
620 Gothic Road
Gene Taylor’s Sporting Goods
Gorsuch Four Seasons Ski Concierge at the Vista Baun Chair Lift
For in Home Oxygen Service call