Learn How to Prevent and Treat Altitude Sickness

50% of those who climb a Colorado 14er develop mild to moderate altitude sickness: headache, nausea, disorientation, extreme fatigue, shortness of breath and in severe cases, even coma or death. Our Altitude Sickness 101 Guide includes key info and advice for preventing and treating altitude sickness in Colorado. No sign-up required!

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September, October, and November are great months to hike and climb 14ers, with fewer people crowding the trails. However, the weather is more variable, and there’s a greater risk. In my next webinar, I’ll share everything you need to know to have a safe and successful ascent during the Fall. Save a seat today!

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