Boost Oxygen Review: Camping at Altitude

Camping in the summer is the perfect outdoor adventure whether you are car camping, hiking in, or backpacking somewhere remote. There is nothing like sleeping under the stars and sitting around a fire. However, when you camp at altitude, you run the risk of altitude sickness. The Entertainer mentions moving from Phoenix to Flagstaff for camping. It’s only 3 hours, but it is a difference of 5,800 feet and that can be a shock to the system. 

Our supplemental oxygen has a huge presence in Colorado’s Summit County where Breckenridge, Aspen, Vail and some of the best mountains in the world are located. However, places like Breckenridge sit around 8,000 feet in altitude which means that even if you drive the two hours from Denver (around 5,500 feet), your body is still going to take some time to acclimate. Luckily, Boost Oxygen is readily available all over Summit County, you can find a retailer near you!

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Written by Mike Grill