Quick reference to acclimatisation, risks of altitude sickness and guideline to required clothing and gear.
High altitude trekking/hiking is growing in popularity as people search out the mountains and the adventure they offer. For many it will be the first time that they will be ascending to altitudes over 2,500m above sea level. This comes with inherent health risks of being at high altitudes, increasing the more we ascend.
06 June 2016