Oxygen Concentrator Rental for Altitude Sickness Relief in Breckenridge, Keystone, and Copper Mountain

Delivering Oxygen Concentrators for Fast, Effective Symptom Alleviation.

With elevations ranging from 9,600 feet to nearly 13,000 feet, Breckenridge is a popular mountain-town destination for both skiers and hikers. However, its altitude poses some health risks.

It’s estimated that almost half of all Breckenridge visitors experience the symptoms of altitude sickness or Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). This is especially common if visitors travel to the area in less than a day and do not have time to fully adjust to the elevation.

If you’re worried about experiencing altitude sickness, or you already are, schedule an oxygen concentrator delivery. Alpine Oxygen makes getting supplemental oxygen quick and easy.

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Reserve your oxygen concentrator today – we’ll deliver it directly to your Breckenridge home, hotel, or resort. For same-day delivery or special requests, please contact Alpine Oxygen via phone. 

If you are an active or retired military member, you may qualify for our discounted rates.

Symptoms of Altitude Sickness

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Difficulty Sleeping

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Shortness of Breath

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Fatigue / Tiredness

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Rapid Pulse

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Loss of Appetite

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Altitude sickness feels like a bad hangover or a case of the flu without a sore throat or cough. If you are not sure what is making you feel bad, it’s most likely altitude sickness. Alpine Oxygen provides Breckenridge oxygen rentals that will save your vacation!

Who Can Get Altitude Sickness?

Anyone of any age or physical condition can get altitude sickness. However, some individuals are at higher risk, including:

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Elderly people

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People with Asthma

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Individuals with respiratory disorders

What Are the Risk Factors for Altitude Sickness in Breckenridge?

Ascending to Breckenridge’s elevation quickly
Having a history of altitude sickness
Engaging in physical activity at high altitudes
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Our Oxygen Rental Process in Breckenridge, Keystone, and Copper Mountain

  • 1

    Contact Alpine Oxygen

    If you are making a reservation in advance, please use our online booking system. For same-day or custom reservations, give us a call at 970-925-5125.

  • 2

    Share Your Location

    We deliver oxygen concentrators directly to all major accommodations and to homes in Breckenridge, CO. We can deliver yours directly to your front door, or we can leave it with your reception. 

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    Same-Day and After-Hours Delivery

    Our team accepts same-day delivery requests as often as possible. However, we cannot always guarantee such a quick turnaround. To learn about our availability for after-hour or same-day bookings, please call.

Don’t Spend Your Breckenridge Trip Feeling Sick

Feeling the effects of altitude sickness? Contact Alpine Oxygen rentals today. We’re here to help you breathe easier and salvage your vacation. 

Our Breckenridge representatives will build an oxygen rental package to meet your needs. Rates may vary depending on the length of your stay and the season.

FAQs About Our Breckenridge Oxygen Rentals

After you start using an oxygen concentrator, you should feel better within the next day. Nearly all of your symptoms should disappear within the next one or two days as long as you are resting and continuing to use oxygen therapy. 

If you’re predisposed to altitude sickness or if you have ascended to Breckenridge in less than a day, we advise that you use your rental as soon as you arrive. Use the oxygen concentrator for at least 20 minutes, especially before doing any physical activity. 

We actually recommend sleeping with your oxygen concentrator on, especially if your altitude sickness symptoms are severe or haven’t started to subside after oxygen therapy. 

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What People Are Saying About Us Online

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Donna Damico
I always use Alpine Oxygen every time we come out to high elevations, and never have a problem w/ my altitude sickness. They are a very… Read More

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Do You Require Same Day Delivery, Multiple Units, Special Event Circumstances, Shoulder Season or Frequent Booking Pricing?

We can customize our Breckenridge Oxygen Rental Services to your specific needs. Discounts are available for active and retired military.

When booking, start with dates, then pick your unit.

Call us to speak with an Alpine Oxygen Associate.

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