Colorado Real Estate Journal Article Highlights ACT

It was only two years ago that hotels were closing their doors and laying off entire staffs. At the time, it appeared the hospitality industry would never recover, but in fact, Americans are now eager to travel and many hotel brands have completely different worries: too many customers and not enough staff, and tons of […]

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High Altitude: What is Altitude Sickness?

Mountain living offers a great way to relax and unwind from stressful everyday life in the city. The fresh mountain air creates an excellent combination of anti-stress elements that you can’t get in the lowlands. But at some point during your trip, you may find that staying at high altitudes can make you feel uncomfortable. […]

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How to Reduce High Altitude Periodic Breathing

Healthy sleeping patterns have numerous health benefits, from stress reduction to overall lowered risk for serious health problems like diabetes and heart disease. One of the many advantages of mountain living is that it offers a serene environment where you can enjoy the endless opportunities for restful sleep and relaxation. However, many visitors, and even mountain […]

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Altitude Control Technology Unveils New Hospitality Solution for Mountain Hotels and Resorts

New offering alleviates high-altitude symptoms in guest rooms   EDWARDS, Colo., Nov. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Altitude Control Technology (ACT), the altitude simulation leaders for the residential industry, today unveiled ACT Hospitality, the newest altitude simulation solution for mountain hotels and resorts. ACT Hospitality allows hotels in high-altitude locations to mitigate their guests’ altitude-related symptoms with its whole room oxygenation […]

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Aging at Altitude

Mountain living offers beautiful landscapes and opportunities for recreation and relaxation that are not commonly found at lower elevations. Mountain air is fresher because it harbors less air pollution and harmful gases. Although it may feel fantastic to breathe in the clean air, it actually contains less oxygen than air at lower levels. Transitioning to […]

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Trouble Sleeping at Altitude? A new solution for Park City

If you love the mountains but visiting or living at altitude makes you toss and turn in bed, you’re not alone. IF YOU LOVE THE MOUNTAINS but visiting or living at altitude makes you toss and turn in bed, you’re not alone. Oxygen levels in most Utah’s ski areas are about 30% lower than at sea […]

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Seniors and High Altitude

Mountain living offers beautiful landscapes and opportunities for recreation and relaxation that are not commonly found at lower elevations. Mountain air is fresher because it harbors less air pollution and harmful gases. Although it may feel fantastic to breathe in the clean air, it actually contains less oxygen than air at lower levels. Transitioning to […]

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Thoughts on Altitude

By way of introduction, I’m an altitude nerd. I moved to Boulder three years ago from sea level and have been obsessed with learning everything I can about altitude in order to play safely in the back-country. I bought the gear, taken the AIARE courses, I’ve even started a company specializing in altitude simulation! Recently, […]

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High Altitude Physiology – Explained

As riders, mountaineers, and out doors people, we know that some of the best of what the outdoors has to offer is often found above tree line. Here in Colorado, for example, many of the 10th Mountain Division huts are at or above 12,000 feet. This kind of altitude is a strain for even the […]

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