Oxygen Concentrator Rental for Altitude Sickness Relief in Telluride and Mountain Village

High-Quality Oxygen Concentrators Delivered for Quick Altitude Sickness Relief.

Living or vacationing in Telluride, CO, isn’t without its risks. At an elevation of 8,750 feet, the town of Telluride isn’t as high as many of the nearby resort locations. Still, it is more than 3,000 feet above the city of Denver. 

As a result, many people experience altitude sickness upon their arrival in Telluride. This is especially common if visitors ascend too quickly. Symptoms may appear within 6 to 24 hours and can last for multiple days if left untreated. 

It’s estimated that nearly half of Telluride’s visitors will have some symptoms of altitude sickness. Don’t risk letting these effects ruin your trip – schedule an oxygen concentrator delivery today.

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Let Alpine Oxygen save your vacation!

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Our oxygen concentrators provide fast relief for altitude sickness symptoms without any negative side effects. Reserve your machine today, and we’ll deliver it directly to your Telluride home, hotel, or resort.

If you require same-day delivery, multiple oxygen machines, or frequent bookings, please call to speak with an Alpine Oxygen associate. We are happy to customize our Telluride oxygen rental packages to meet your specific needs. 

Discounts are available for active and retired military.

Common Symptoms of Altitude Sickness in Telluride

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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 Telluride 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 Telluride?

Ascending to Breckenridge’s elevation quickly
Having a history of altitude sickness
Engaging in physical activity at high altitudes
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Don’t Ruin Your Trip – Breathe Better in Telluride

Altitude sickness can easily ruin a trip to beautiful Telluride, but it doesn’t have to. Alpine Oxygen will quickly connect you with the oxygen you need to breathe better and enjoy your vacation in the Colorado Rockies. 

In need of supplemental oxygen? Contact Alpine Oxygen Telluride rentals today. 

Our representatives will customize an oxygen rental package to meet your specific needs. Group accommodations and oxygen bars are available upon request. Rates will vary depending on the length of your stay and the time of year.

FAQs About Our Telluride Oxygen Rentals

We recommend using your oxygen rental as soon as you arrive in Telluride, especially if you have experienced altitude sickness at similar elevations before. Use the oxygen concentrator for at least 20 minutes each time, especially before skiing or hiking in the mountains. 

Yes. We actually advise sleeping with your oxygen concentrator on, especially if your altitude sickness symptoms are serious. 

After you start using supplemental oxygen, you should start to feel improvements within the first day. Nearly all of your symptoms should disappear within the next one to two days, as long as the oxygen concentrator is used regularly and the user does not overexert themselves. 

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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 Telluride 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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