099-Hiking at Altitude

Show notes

Ever wanted to hike Kilimanjaro, the Himalayas, or the Andes? One of the major considerations on these hikes is the impact of Altitude Sickness which can become very serious; in fact it can sometimes have lethal impacts. In this episode we discuss ways of mitigating the impacts of high altitude on hikes to ensure that we get the best out of our experience.

Podcast overview

In todays episode we discuss:

  • What is altitude sickness
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Treatment
  • How altitude sickness has impacted us in the past
  • Prevention of altitude sickness

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